Good morning, lovers!
It’s question and answer time!


Hello OP,

I have a question for your weekly Q & A. My girlfriend and I recently bought one of your strap ons and have a few questions. There was these two little rubber rings included in the package and we are wondering what they are for. Also is there any reason as to why the dildo won’t stay in place as tight as you would expect or want. And we were also wondering if you can buy different style straps instead of the g-string style ones because those tend to be annoying.

Confused & Wondering

Hi Confused & Wondering,
The little rubber rings in the package are called “O Rings” and they are used with different sizes of dildos. You can switch them up on your harness depending on which toy you are playing with.
…which brings me to your second question. Your dildo is not staying in place, probably because you are using an O Ring that is too large. Simply switch O Ring to a size that fits your dildo snugly.
You can purchase harnesses in a variety of styles and materials. There are even harnesses that look and feel like underwear and come in thong, full panty, boxer, and brief styles. Drop into your nearest Our Pleasure and ask a staff member about harnesses. They can show you what they have in stock and if you can’t find exactly what you need, they can order one in special for you and show you some options!


Hi Our Pleasure,
I have a problem with dischharge. It’s really thick and almost like paste. When I have sex and then switch to oral with my boyfriend, it gets in my mouth and tastes sour. What should I do?
Yours truly,

Hi TastesBad,
You should definitely make an appointment with your doctor to see what is going on. You may also want to try using condoms until you figure out the cause of your abnormal discharge.

Hey Op,
I met this guy and he’s really sexy and nice and smart and I really like him. The problem is, I always seem to scare guys off by getting serious too fast. What should I do?

Hi there,
There’s a lot to be said for taking things slow. That doesn’t mean that slow is the only way to go, but, if you’re used to always moving too fast in relationships, try switching things up and taking it a little slower this time. Don’t rush to give things a title. Have fun getting to know this person.

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