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    SLUTWALK 2016

    Clone-A-Willy & Clone-A-Pussy represented at the recent Amber Rose Slut Walk in Los Angeles, California,
    spreading our core ethos - Be proud of your body, it's beautiful and unique in the best ways.


    Los Angeles Media Company Lookhu promoted our kits along with Award-winning Sex-Educator Michelle Hope!




    Clone-A-Willy Learns Burlesque,
    A review on She Bop’s
    “Exploring Burlesque: Striptease Salon”

    Clone-A-Willy Learns Burlesque,<br>  A review on She Bop’s<br> “Exploring Burlesque: Striptease Salon”

    Growing up in Las Vegas meant that I was exposed to burlesque at a young age. The city of sin fast-forwarded my curiosity and intrigue towards sex, performance and femininity through the many different performers I caught in person while walking through the casinos as often as I did.

    Wednesday night, I finally was able to dive in and try it on my own. She Bop hosted “Exploring Burlesque: a Striptease Salon”. We were promised “an evening of fun, laughs and celebration of the female spirit”, where we would “discover a deeper sense of our personal erotic being”. I was way into it and had two lovely lady friends to accompany me.

    Madison Moone lead the class of sixteen women. Moone is a performer, musician and the producer of the show Orchestre L’Pow. She briefly explained the history of burlesque.

    Wiki defines burlesque as a “literary, dramatic or musical work intended to cause laughter by caricaturing the manner or spirit of serious works, or by ludicrous treatment of their subjects, a mockery.” Later in the US, burlesque progressed into more of a variety show format in which comedy and female striptease was added. It was popular from the 1860s to the 1940s and often in clubs.

    All of us began with introductions, which created a warm and friendly space to learn together. As cheesy as that sounds and as often as classes begin that way, this felt right. The class had a diverse background of attendees, from curious women wanting to connect with their body in a new way, to experienced performers wanting to bring an extra layer to their show, we all had our own intentions but held an open space for everyone to get what they wanted out of this.

    It’s important to warm up and familiarize yourself with the appropriate movement. Moone instructed against tightening anything and urged us to keep “loose butts”. Moone explained that when you “bump” your hips to either side with a loose butt, it gives an audience more of a show to visualize the movement. The famous “Bump and Grind” and “peeling” techniques take over entire classes when learning, but we all just got a taste of it.

    Moone took us to the next step when introducing movement with music. She emphasized the importance of choosing songs YOU enjoy dancing to. She patiently took us all through different walks and struts, introducing various characters you can build as a performer. The poses are just as important as the way you introduce yourself. Keep poses open, consider your form and posture towards your audience. Keep your chin up and hold eye contact. Exaggerate your movements to enhance the drama. Understand the transition between poses before executing them and keep them as graceful as possible.

    Take your time peeling your clothes away.

    Moone divided us into groups of two and three and handed over a persona with a prop. There was the goddess, the flirt, the diva and the seductress. I was given the girl next door. The other two ladies and I were given a couple of minutes to show off the strut we nearly perfected within 90 minutes and each took turns batting our eyes at the rest of the ladies in the class. We all cheered each other on through our performances and realized how much we learned in such a short amount of time. There wasn’t a significant amount of physical movement, but there was an incredible amount of intention.

    It made the most sense to end the class watching Moone show off everything she’s learned in her career as a burlesque performer. Her swift, graceful and calculated moves weren’t only motivating.  They were intoxicating.

    I walked away from the class and into the night wanting so much more.

    To learn more about Burlesque:

    The Rose City School of Burlesque

    All That Glitters Dance Academy


    The Burlesque Handbook by Jo Weldon

    How to Shop for Sex Toys

    How to Shop for Sex Toys

    a class review and recap of “the Joy of Toys”, part two

    A few weeks ago, I was given information that I rarely thought about before but should: how to properly shop for a sex toy.

    She Bop hosted a class in which the audience was given a brief history of sex toys  and information about how to shop for them. The shop only carries body safe items, but gave some tips on how to shop elsewhere. Below is enough information to read through so you can shop with confidence.

    Materials to Look Out For

    Medical grade and/or platinum grade silicone is preferred.  Nonporous materials means that bacteria won’t live on your toys. You can wash with soap and water, or boil in water. Watch out for phthalates in especially translucent and soft materials. They are toxic to the body, “chemicals used to soften plastics and have been shown to be potential carcinogens”. The more sensitive you are, the more dangerous it is to use these materials. If you already have these toys, make sure to cover with a condom when you use. Glass, metal, hard plastic and acrylic materials are also preferred for sex toys.  

    Things to Consider While Shopping for Vibrators

    Do you plan on using your toy externally, internally or both? The length of the toy is determined by this (longer is more ideal for external).

    How would you like for it to get power? Toys can be rechargeable through batteries or USBs, simply battery-operated and plugged in.

    Do you want a fully waterproof toy?

    How many different options, speeds and rhythms do you want?

    G Spots

    If there is a steep curve at the head of the toy, chances are it’s meant for g spot stimulation. Keep in mind that not everyone likes the pressure, but every female has one. These toys can be both hard and softer materials.

    Penis Play Tips

    Male strokers, flesh lights and masturbation sleeves work very well and range in sizes so they can be very discreet if that’s something you’re interested in. There are even disposable masturbators, called the Tenga Egg, although you can easily wash them and use again. Some strokers come with inner ridges, which make for a different kind of stimulation. Some fleshlights are disguised in beer cans for a creative way of being subtle.

    Anal Toys

    Gretchen laid out the reasoning behind why anyone would want to use a butt plug. She stated, “it plugs your butt and creates a fullness sensation.” Some people utilize these for anal sex preparation. It is designed to go in and stay in for the entire time it is being used. Make sure the plug is smooth and free of any seams or ridges from the manufacturing process so that there is no risk of tearing anything while playing. Gretchen’s rules given for anal beads were sweet and simple: When pulling out, make sure it is very controlled.

    “You’re not starting a lawn mower.”

    Make sure you are generous with lubrication and have enough nearby. Start slow.

    Prostate massagers are accessories, even power boosters for orgasm. They are slightly curved towards the tip in order to hit the prostate, located 2-3 inches inside of the opening of the anus.

    In the end, the search for the perfect sex toy comes down to realizing that you have to take your time to try new things. We’re all so different, so going with whatever worked well on someone else might not necessarily work well with you. Be patient, as adventurous as you’re comfortable with and keep your desires in mind.

    You can find more information about She Bop on their website:

    and at their shop:

    909 N. BEECH / 503-473-8018  

    3213 SE DIVISION / 503-688-1196