Naughtinano

Reviewed by D. Alexandria

I love adult toys. I have no shame in admitting that I have a deep, committed, passionate love for them even before I could legally obtain them and am more than appreciative of the progress that have been made in the past decade in regards to creativity. And anyone who knows me knows that not only am I a sexual whore (and proud), but Im also a self-proclaimed bass whore. When it comes to music, I love pretty much all genres and need it playing almost 24/7 and if a song has a sweet bass I can literally go weak in the knees. So, if youre able to come up with a product that can combine my two loves, then Im more than game.

May I present Naughtinano, the music lovers new best friend in sexual pleasure, and the reason I now say, Oh My God to OhMiBod (yeah, I went there). Not only has this company thought of a way to combine music with sex play but have executed it almost flawlessly. The concept is fairly simple: a vibrator that is powered by music. To understand how Naughtinano works, think of a set of speakers and how they vibrate to the beat of a song. So as your song plays, this toy comes to life vibrating to the beat of the music.

Ill be honest in saying I was more than giddy waiting for this toy to arrive and when it did I wasted no time in tearing open the box. Inside I found the vibrator itself (color varies), a 3-foot freedom cord with an integrated splitter (one end to connect to your music player and the other to your headphones), two end caps so you have the option to use the vibrator with or without music, a velvet pouch to hold everything, and thankfully batteries to get you started. The vibrator itself is very pretty and fairly compact. At about six inches long (four inches insertable) and just over an inch in diameter, its sleek with curvy contours and a nice soft skin that feels wonderful against yours.

The first thing youre going to do is agonize over which song youll want try first. And being the music lover that I am, my choice was endless, but I ultimately went with a personal favorite, Whoa by Black Rob, for its steady strong beat, and I was more than pleasantly surprised discovering the vibe did its job and the vibrations were pretty consistent with the beat of the song. The volume on your music player controls the intensity of the vibrations, and the instructions suggest setting the volume on your player to 75% in order for the vibe to be most reactive to the music. I found that on my mp3 player, this is where the vibrations were initially felt vs. my laptop where I could feel the vibrations sooner and had a wider range. Either way, I found a new appreciation for my rap songs, which of course, lead me to create a playlist of different genres to test and, I have to admit, the techno songs were the ones to push me over the edge.

To say that Im impressed with The Naughtinano is a serious understatement. Not only does it actually work, but since its compatible with just about any audio output source with a 3.5mm headphone jack, you can plug it into your iPod, mp3 player, stereo and more giving you some interesting options as to not only how, but where you can indulge in your new appreciation for music. For a girl like me who more than enjoys a little sexual creativity, Naughtinano is a wonderful addition to my toy collection.

So, whats going to be your first song?


D. Alexandria (d-alexandria.com), a Jamaican descendant, unapologetically wallows in perversion while residing in the Boston area. Published in the Best Lesbian Erotica series, Ultimate Lesbian Erotica 2006, and under the pseudonym Glitter in GBF Magazine and Kuma2.net, she is currently penning her first collection of black lesbian erotica.
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