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Oh Joy Sex Toy: The Delight

Each week on Oh Joy Sex Toy, intrepid artist Erika Moen delves into a different aspect of sex and reports back with a hilarious comic. The week she takes on the DeLight vibrator. 

A comic about the delight g-spot vibrator

Check out more Oh Joy Sex Toy comics, including one about the copper IUD

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Here is a text transcription of the comic to make it more accessible for people using screen readers. Transcription by Morgan Kelly.

Erika introduces this comic cheerfully, “Welcome back, my Dearest Perverts! This week I’m delighted to tell you about a delightful toy… The DeLight, graciously sent to me by my friend with benefits at Early to Bed. Erika provides a diagram of “The Deets” of the curved vibrator. The price, size, vibration intensities, and material are indicated.

A nude person holds the DeLight and exclaims, “Ooh, it’s pretty.” Erika says, “I know, right? I’m a sucker for swoopy, curvy designs!” The nude person says, “Oh yeah, don’t you have some kind of a tentacle fetish?” Erika is then surrounded by tentacles as she responds, “I just think they’re pretty and fun to draw. In a PLATONIC way.” The nude person says, “Riiiiiiight…”

Erika announces, “MOVING ON. Now, the idea is that the DeLight will vibrate both your internal and external bits. Getting this toy was super exciting for me, ‘cos I’ve never actually used a toy that was built for hitting my G-spot before! I’ve always relied on the length of my partners’ fingers and their own human endurance.”” Erika provides a diagram of the DeLight compared to a body, indicating the following: G-spot, clitoris, Skene’s gland and erectile tissue, bladder, uterus, and vagina.

Erika says, “The shape of the toy is… quite effective at its job.” A person using the DeLight says excitedly, “Oh wow, that really hits the spot!”

Erika continues, “But I found the vibrational power to be less than impressive. It was barely noticeable!” The person using the DeLight says, “Man, I can’t even hardly feel it on my clit.” Erika adds, “Even at such a low frequency, my vag and G-spot just weren’t into being vibrated in the first place.”

Erika winks and says, “What worked best for me was turning off the DeLight and using a separate vibrator right on my clit. This works even better if you have a partner who will –ahem- lend a hand with one of the toys while you control the other one.”

Erika concludes this comic by posing with the DeLight and saying, “Y’know, I’m gunna go ahead and say the DeLight is my favorite discover since I started this comic. It’s one of the few toys I’ve been sent to review that I’ll continue to keep using for fun. The DeLight truly is a… DELIGHT? Eh? Eh???”


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