Wet For Her Four
I was thrilled about this, because I was wildly curious about Wet For Her toys. As someone who dated a lesbian who really wasn’t into penises (but could at least tolerate phallic shapes), I thought it might be an interesting opportunity to switch things up. Epiphora did a review of the Wet for Her Two, and over the summer sent me the Two in a package (because I was wildly curious about it).
But this is a review about the Four. So anyway, the company was nice enough to send me the Four. The timing wasn’t fabulously convenient, initially, because I was in a monogamous relationship with the slutling. We could have used it anally; we simply never got around to it because I was still trying to make sure he could take a regular dildo before I tried fucking him with anything double-ended or in a harness. Do make a note that you don’t have to be in a relationship with someone with a vagina to use this. You’ll have to be mindful of the direction you point the curved end, but it’s perfectly good for any sort of partner play, no matter what genital configuration you’re packing.
I did, however, masturbate with this toy frequently. (After all, one wants to use the toy several times before writing a review. And it’s delicious.)
The Four is an amazing masturbation device for those with short arms, or with wrists that get tired from thrusting with their palms on the bottom of a flat-bottomed dildo. The connecting material between the Four’s two parts is very solid and sturdy, which is exactly the opposite of the connection that the Feeldoe has. This means that the part of the dildo that’s meant to go in the partner wearing it makes a great handle.
When masturbating, the Four hit my g-spot pretty well. Because the end is tapered like two fingers, it isn’t particularly wide or flat, but I don’t exclusively need that width. Because of the sturdiness of my “handle,” it was easy to thrust with the degree of force I needed. Now, Epiphora raises a good point about the Two that is also true for the Four: it’s not a set of fingers, so it can’t move or adjust the curve like real fingers can. They will always be in that shape. Unless your partner only does one thing with their fingers, then it will not be like partner play. And if you don’t like fingering, it’s just not the same as using a phallic dildo with a wider head.
The Four also comes with a bullet you can put in it. I only tried the toy with the bullet once because of my previous bullet-optional toy follies (see: The Protouch From Hell). I don’t love it. The toy is very thick, so I’m not sure that I can say you’ll get a lot of sensation from the vibrations. And internally, most vibrations are very “meh” for me anyway.
Aside from masturbating, I did try to use the Four the way that Wet For Her intended. When I became single, my ex/roommate and I decided to have sex again. The Four was not the focus of our play, but we decided to try it in the middle of things, because I was very conscious of the fact that I needed to hurry up and review the thing. Since I’m the aggressive one out of the two of us, I opted to try fucking her with it, and decided I wouldn’t waste time bothering with my harness.
I carefully inserted the toy, and was immediately a little disconcerted when I stood up. It didn’t want to be in my vagina. By sheer force of will and vaginamancy, I kept it inside myself and prepared her for the ride of her life. Unfortunately, the ride was drastically impaired by the same thing that ruined harness use for me every time I’ve tried it: I am five feet tall. My partners are always at least eight inches taller than me.
Seriously. I tried bending her over the bed. I tried using Fuck Mountain (my pile of Liberator sex furniture). We tried it with her standing up (why did we bother with that?). We even tried to have her climb on top, and I can’t even remember if she managed to mount me or not. If she did, we didn’t keep it up very long.
Height difference didn’t have time to come into play, because she put the Four in, then had trouble keeping it in. It’s not a failure on her part by any means – she simply doesn’t bother with insertion. Like, ever. Only in sex with other people. So it’s normal for her pelvic muscles to be less strong than those of someone who spends hours a week using a variety of dildos and ben-wa balls on themself (me). But unfortunately, that meant no double-dildo lovin’ for me.
So I haven’t really had an opportunity to play with the Four much more than that. I’m in another monogamous relationship with a man who doesn’t have a vagina and doesn’t get much out of receiving anal. I am often plagued by frustration with review toys because if I don’t get to try their intended use, or use them multiple times, I feel like it’s not thorough enough to form a fully-accurate review.
The Four isn’t a bad toy. I like to masturbate with it, and I like that the partner end doesn’t flop around because of a thin connection with the penetrator’s end. I think it’s a great masturbation device and offers a lot of potential for people who have specific ability-related needs involving their hands and sex toy use. I do not feel the need to use the bullet, but it’s a nice thought for those who may enjoy that. My review can’t offer much critique on the intended use for the toy, but I do know this: you need strong PC muscles. Muscle strength is probably less crucial (but still beneficial) if you pair the Four with a harness, like the Joque (<3). If you’ve got double-dildo experience, you and your partner will enjoy the shape of the toy, and you’re curious about the Four, I encourage exploration with it if you’ve got the money.
Ultimately, the biggest thing I learned from this experience is that you probably need to be capable of fucking someone with a dildo before you try to use the Four.