Review of The Nexus Titus

The Titus, The Toy I Don’t Get

I am an anal toy novice, admittedly. I have had some success with the Sensual Bulb (which is not specifically for the bum, but works well there), in fact I sort of like that one. I decided a while back to try the other toy I received for that area and frankly I just don’t get this one.

The Titus is a rather small black hard plastic toy shaped in a sort of Y shape similarly to the Aneros, but with fewer curves and more ridges. First of all I think it is far too small to do anything. It is hard plastic, which is very uncomfortable. The ridges make it difficult and almost painful to insert and pull out. When the world of sex toys is full of such wonderful things like silicone why would you have this hard plastic… thing?

Also I may be missing the point because I have no idea what the little silver ball is for. I know it is supposed to sit on your perineum and sort of massage it, but that did nothing for me.

Looking at the Titus, considering the material and the size, I can’t understand why it is as expensive as it is.

It is certainly possible that I am not using it to its full extent or maybe I just don’t have a particularly sensitive “p-spot” or perhaps it is higher up or lower down or something, but I don’t get this toy.

I gave the Titus a college try. A few college tries. Then again I gave a few colleges a try so perhaps I am not that bright.

One star. So for this has been the only thing I’ve received from vibereview.com that I haven’t really enjoyed, but I think that might be more about me than the toy.

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  5. Ridges…ya know, I didn’t even -think- of that aspect. I know 3 men who own an Aneros. There is indeed a learning curve and it’s really unlike most other toys in the “how you use it” department.
    The one thing I saw about this toy that I thought was an improvement over the Aneros was that metal ball….it’s to add a point of pressure/stimulation to the perineum from outside, and also the second “arm” to keep it in place.

  6. Ridges…ya know, I didn’t even -think- of that aspect. I know 3 men who own an Aneros. There is indeed a learning curve and it’s really unlike most other toys in the “how you use it” department.
    The one thing I saw about this toy that I thought was an improvement over the Aneros was that metal ball….it’s to add a point of pressure/stimulation to the perineum from outside, and also the second “arm” to keep it in place.

  7. Ridges…ya know, I didn’t even -think- of that aspect. I know 3 men who own an Aneros. There is indeed a learning curve and it’s really unlike most other toys in the “how you use it” department.
    The one thing I saw about this toy that I thought was an improvement over the Aneros was that metal ball….it’s to add a point of pressure/stimulation to the perineum from outside, and also the second “arm” to keep it in place.

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