V is for Vibrators & More

For this year’s A-Z Challenge I decided to focus on things that I have come across during our 5 years of active kink, and share my experiences and things I have learned, my opinion or things I am curious about. In each post I am using an image that has been used on my blog before, with a link to the original post.

Continued from… U is for Uniform & More


I have lost count of how many vibrators we have. Over the years we have acquired quite some, either by buying it or by receiving it from sex shops in change for a review. I rarely use vibrators. When I want to experience vibrations, I use the Doxy Massager or my new guilty pleasure, the Womanizer Pro. If I want to use a toy for penetration, I prefer my glass dildos.

Vulva & Vagina

Original post: V is for Vagina
(click to enlarge image)

A common mistake that people make – men and women – is when they talk about the women’s genitals, they refer to the vagina. What they are actually talking about then, is the vulva. The vulva is all the outer parts of the female genitals, including the pubic mound, labia majora, labia minora, clitoris and the external openings of the vagina and the urethra. If you are talking about the vagina, you are talking about the birth canal. The only part of the vagina that you can see from the outside, is the vaginal opening. All the rest that you can see is part of the vulva. Read more about it in this post, but please, also read this post by Honey!
And, if you follow the link to the post from which I have pulled the image, you will see that in the meantime I have learned something new too, and I am not ashamed to admit it!


This is a term that is used to describe people who are not in a kink relationship. I know that this label irritates many people, but it does help to make a distinction. However, even though this term exists, I still ask myself whether there is really such a thing as a vanilla relationship. Don’t we all have our different kinks, some that involves BDSM and others that involve only missionary sex? Couldn’t that be a kink in itself?


When I discussed blood play and impact play, I also mentioned the vampire gloves and the vampire paddle. Of course I have to mention them here again. The very first time I saw an image of what a vampire implement can do, was on the Molly’s website. I was intrigued and when I got the opportunity to write a review of the vampire gloves, I jumped at it. Testing the vampire gloves was the first ever time that I bled for Master T. To say I was hooked is an understatement. I love the vampire gloves and I love the vampire paddle. When he starts to spank me with either, at first you only hear leather on skin. The more he spanks me, the more it sounds like leather on wet skin. This is because of the blood, because the tiny spikes break the skin. It looks dramatic when the blood is spread out by the gloves or the paddle, but once you’re done and you wipe the blood off, only tiny red dots remain. I adore our vampire implements!

To be continued… W is for Wet & More

© Rebel’s Notes


3 thoughts on “V is for Vibrators & More

  1. Whenever I hear the term vanilla it makes me think of two people who tolerate each other rather than have any real feelings for each other, who have sex once a year just to say they have! I think non BDSM relationships can still have an element of kink to them, its just not a full on lifestyle

  2. Smile about lesson on vulva and vagina. Duly noted.
    I agree on the fact that vanilla is a spice, and that all good relations have some spice in it. Maybe they don’t celebrate it as open and free as the kinky people do, but I think there is a need in all of us somewhere. And that, Rebel, I think you agree with me, is very healthy.

    Great post,

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