5 sex toys Lily Allen wants you to know about

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No matter how satisfying your sex life, the latest sex toys have something extra to offer. Lily Allen volunteered to put them through their paces…

Moregasm + Rampant Rabbit, £50, Ann Summers

Moregasm’s vibrator takes on the classic Rabbit shape and, like all Rabbits, offers vaginal stimulation while the two ‘ears’ fit around your clitoris.

Lily says: “I’m not a massive fan of Rabbits, to be honest. I find them a bit complicated. I know a lot of people like them but this one’s not for me.”

Smile Makers’ The Frenchman, £39.95, Cult Beauty

All of Smile Makers’ products are designed with what women really want in mind, and The Frenchman – designed to mimic the effect of a tongue on your clitoris – is for those who want oral sex.

Lily says: “I didn’t think I would be impressed by this, but I was. It’s more of a foreplay kind of toy than a full-on orgasmic experience. But every toy serves a purpose and this one is a good lead-in.”

Sona Cruise, £89, Lelo

The SONA Cruise doesn’t vibrate, but instead uses sonic waves to get you going. It’s very quiet and the manufacturers claim it stimulates 75% more of the clitoris than a conventional vibrator.

Lily says: “This was good! I really like the shape – it’s pleasingly ergonomic – and has a good number of rhythms and strengths.”

Georgiana G-Spot Vibrator, £130, Coco de Mer

Georgiana is a class act. Made for internal and external use, waterproof and with five different speed settings, this is the luxury end of the vibrator market.

Lily says: “This has beautiful packaging. It’s a classic toy and feels great – you could even take it travelling in that lovely box.”

Love Bullet Silver Lipstick Vibrator, £29, SH!

Size doesn’t matter, according to this pocket vibrator which is just 8.2cm long and masquerades as a lipstick. It has eight different settings, all activated by a push button on the base.

Lily says: “I wasn’t super impressed with this one – I didn’t like the speed and functionality and it didn’t feel particularly pleasurable to me.”

You can read all of the articles from Lily Allen’s special guest edit of Stylist here.


Photography: Dan Saelinger

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