Dirty Lola is returning to Catalyst Con this September 15th -17th with events and talks all weekend long!!
Lola is kicking off the unofficial first night of the conference with CCon A Go-Go: A Welcome Q&A! If it’s your first time at CatalystCon, you’re a wee bit shy or you just want to hang out with awesome folks join CatalystCon alumni Dirty Lola, Katie Mack, and Zyra Lee for an evening of con survival tips, laughter, and PRIZES!!
Friday morning join Lola for Get Booked: Everything You Need to Know about Marketing your Workshops and Events. She will guide you through the process of finding the shop or venue that fits your teaching style and needs, the proper way to reach out to venues, and everything you need to know about putting together and submitting your workshop or event proposal. She will also give you tips and resources that will help shops and venues market your event and advice from other workshop coordinators from around the country. This workshop requires a separate registration. You don’t have to be attending the conference to attend the talk.
Saturday you’ll have two chances to hear Lola speak. She’ll be presenting Femme as Fuck: The Devaluation of Femininity Within The Feminist Movement with Antoinette Patterson and Rebecca Hiles and Behind The Curtain: Running Multiple Day Events And Coming Out Sane with Cathy Vartuli and Dee Dennis.
Sunday Lola will close out her west coast tour by joining Dr. Liz Powell and Cathy Vartuli for Shame, Perfectionism, and Redemption: How Our Community Can Clean Things Up, Restore Justice, and Heal.
There’s still time to register for Catalyst Con and catch Lola and other amazing folks share their knowledge! It’s definitely going to be a memorable weekend!
When the folks at b-vibe asked if I wanted to test out their new Novice Plug I hesitated. I am by no means an anal newbie. I outgrew my trusty beginner’s plug long ago and replaced it with a more substantial model once it refused to stay anchored between my cheeks. So how would the Novice Plug fair against my well season butthole? Would it stay in place? Could I still enjoy a beginner’s sized plug after all this time? I decided to give it a try.
When I opened the Novice plug it looked tiny in its neat little box and even smaller in my hand. After pairing it to the wireless remote I washed it up with my favorite mild soap and grabbed my go to water based booty lube. It slipped in without a problem and the base nestled comfortably between my ample globes. It was time for testing!
I decided that a good way to test the staying power of the Novice Plug would be to wear it around the house while I did a few chores. I chose activities that involved a lot of moving around, bending over, and squatting. To my surprise, it stayed snugly in place while I scrubbed the bathtub, walked up and down stairs doing laundry and mopped the kitchen floor, even while on the highest speed. During the two hours, I wore the plug I only had to stop once to adjust it. A definite win in my book and an interesting afternoon of chores thanks to the 6 intensity levels and 15 vibration patterns.
In the end (ha ha) I really enjoyed the Novice Plug. The powerful vibrations made up for what it lacks in size, and its pleasing shape keeps it from slipping out of place. The base is big enough to anchor it but small enough to wear comfortably for a long period of time, unlike my larger non-vibrating plug. I didn’t play around with the little remote much, but I found it easy to use and it has a decent range of about 30 feet. That will definitely come in handy during partnered play.
I would definitely recommend this plug to newbies and experienced anal players alike. It’s small enough for a beginner, but strong enough to give those with experience a new thrill. If you prefer more girth to go along with your vibration don’t worry, B-vibe also offers the Trio and Rimming Plugs.