Weve invented many a hack for customers to try when they experienced discomfort with too-deep penetration--Ohnut is the innovative technology weve been waiting for! These interlocking, soft and flexy buffer rings are designed to be worn during penetrative sex to shorten the length of insertion. They create a comfortable “stopper” that controls penetration depth without minimizing either partners pleasure. Designed in conjunction with medical professionals with specialties in pelvic health, these are perfect for people who experience pain or discomfort during deep penetrative sex. Four soft stackable rings allow for customization--start with three rings, sliding OhNut down to the base of the shaft, then add or remove one if you like, once you and your partner figure out what level of buffer is most comfortable for the person being penetrated. We recommend that you practice linking rings before using, so it wont stop the flow. Ohnut is condom compatible, and the phthalate, latex and BPA-free material can be used with either silicone or water-based lubricant. A satiny storage bag is included; store Ohnut rings linked together. And consider this: The creator of this sexual game-changer believes that items like hers can lead partners to communicate more. Lots of affirmations are printed on the attractive product box, and each box includes a card detailing a tip or action for increasing intimacy, touch or communication.
Some situations and conditions that might result in pain with insertion (and that Ohnut might be a good choice to help with): endometriosis, adenomyosis, pelvic floor tightness, fibroids, interstitial cystitis/Bladder Pain Syndrome (IC/BPS), cysts/polycystic ovarian syndrome, uterine prolapse, pelvic inflammatory disease or post-surgery – scar tissues/pelvic adhesions, gender affirmation surgery (M to F), cancer and cancer treatments, tilted (retroverted) uterus, stress or trauma.
2.75" total length (around .68” each), diameter up to 2.5"
Please Note: This item is not eligible for discounts or promotions.