Dear G-spot Toys:
I am so sorry.
I am sorry that I will always be comparing you, no matter what you are, to the Pure Wand, especially if you are curved or made of metal. I am sorry that my G-spot scoffs in the face of a resilient hammering unless also paired with clitoral stimulation, with which no G-spot dildo has been able to provide me simultaneously.
Thank you for making me jizz everywhere despite not being the Pure Wand. At first, I saw you and wasn’t sure that I’d like you… but I really wanted to try. When we first met, I was astonished by your incredibly hard, solid exterior. I immediately had to beat you on a variety of surfaces to test how sturdy you were. You were so firm, despite being the most lightweight dildo I’ve ever owned. Somewhere between pulling you out of my mailbox and leaving you in my room to go to dinner, I decided that I would not rest until I put you in my vagina.
I love you, Galaxy G.
I love you so much that sometimes I get a little choked up and moist inside.
I really have no intention of spending the entirety of this review comparing the Galaxy G Acrylic G-Spot Dildo to the Pure Wand, but let’s be honest: they are both awesome G-spotting dildos. It is not easy to talk about my second-favorite G-spotter without comparing it to my favorite G-spotter. Really. They are both so great that Goodvibes recommends the Pure Wand when you visit the page for the Galaxy G. I look at the Galaxy G as a great introductory G-spotter; the opening act to the Pure Wand’s performance, if you actually like the Pure Wand. (Let’s be honest, while many of us love it, it’s not for everyone.)
The Galaxy G Acrylic G-Spot Dildo from Good Vibrations is a short, solid acrylic dildo with a steep curve and two differently-shaped ends. One is round. The other is pointy. The pointy end is not for my G-spot, but it might be for yours. However, the round end serves its purpose nicely. It hits all the right places, it isn’t too pokey, and it isn’t too big to get the job done.
When I say the Galaxy G has a short length and a steep curve, I’m not exaggerating. It fits very well against the inner curve of the Pure Wand – less length, more curve. This can be complicated to use if you’re expecting a toy with more reach. I found that the Galaxy G wasn’t quite as good for the same type of frenzied thrusting that I do with the Pure Wand, but the important thing is that it still feels amazing.
Because it’s not heavy at all, your wrists won’t get tired when you use it. If you’re tough to get off (in any way), then this is a good thing, because you want to be able to fuck unimpeded. However, because of the angle, it will be easier to thrust with if you have longer arms than I do. Because mine aren’t very long, I eventually took to using it sitting up rather than lying down. However, that curve can also screw you over depending on the kind of vibe you’re using. For me, the curve makes this dildo run right up against my vulva very snugly. Naturally, that can be something of an impediment depending on the size of your vibrator. The Wahl is not that convenient for wedging into place beside the Galaxy G.
But regardless of the difficulty of squishing a vibrator into the mix, the great thing about the Galaxy G is that, like any other G-spot stimulation, it can make you squirt. Squirting is among my favorite things. I have to have the aforementioned clitoral stimulation to do it, so I have to use the Galaxy G with one hand and a vibe with another.
Some people only require G-spot stimulation to get off. The Galaxy G is beyond perfect for them. There’s absolutely no difficulty involved in its use if you aren’t trying to get vibration into the mix. Honestly, it’s probably the closest thing to the perfect dildo for G-spotting if the lack of clitoral vibrations won’t complicate your experience. While the Pure Wand’s weight feels delicious internally, the Galaxy G feels great without killing your wrists. It’s not heavy, not cold or warm… it’s like fucking yourself with a very rigid cloud. For some people, this may be perfect.
The acrylic material also makes the Galaxy G easier to transport. You can literally throw it in your bag and go. It’s so light that you could carry it around in your purse and you wouldn’t have to worry about the material picking up lint, fuzz, and hair like a silicone dildo does. You may laugh at the fact that I consider portability a perk, but when I’m packing a big bag of sex toys to drag through airport security, the weight matters to me.
For the incredibly cheap price, I would have purchased the Galaxy G if I hadn’t been able to review it. It’s not the Pure Wand, but it doesn’t have to be. I think it’s a little more accessible than the Pure Wand. The shape, the ease of use due to weight, the “safe” material choice (because metal is not for everyone), and how damn good it feels all make it a great toy, whether you’re a G-spot enthusiast, or if you’re just starting out. If you are just starting out and want a guide on how to stimulate the G-spot, I suggest checking out the Oh My Gush! Kit at Goodvibes, which includes the Galaxy G, GUSH: The Official Guide to the G-Spot & Female Ejaculation, and Please Cream Lube (which is glycerin and paraben-free and body safe). This toy, a how-to DVD, and lube? You could literally walk out of the store with the kit, go home, and hammer yourself into oblivion within the span of an hour.