Wily woman works out way to wank with Tenga sex aid

By on September 20, 2011 under Tabloid News

The Spiral model of Tenga 3D

The Spiral model of Tenga 3D

Female cartoonist Shungiku Uchida (age 52) has never been one to shy away from shocking subjects. About two decades ago, she published an autobiography that included explicit details of how, when still a teen, she was sexually abused by her mother’s husband, under the title “Father F*cker.”

Now in her column in Yukan Fuji (Sep. 21) she informs fans of a fantastic way for females to pleasure themselves using a male sex aid. Specifically, a Tenga 3D.

Tenga launched sales of the new model, which is offered in five versions, on August 5.

“This fellow with whom I’m friendly with showed me one he’d picked up at work, and told me teasingly that I couldn’t use it because I was a woman,” she says.

“Actually, there are plenty of ways to do it without any devices,” Uchida points out. “But sometimes, you know, you feel like you want ‘something’ in there.

“But in addition to penetration, women are also able enjoy external stimulation, and that can be sufficient to cause their bodies to secrete hormones.

“So I gave it some thought and came up with this idea.”

Uchida managed to pull off a major coup by taking a tubular Tenga 3D — which is basically a synthetic vagina designed to accommodate a penis — turning it inside out, and smearing the silicone surface with a liquid lubricant.

Uchida takes a remarkably businesslike and straightforward attitude toward masturbation.

“Up to now,” she writes, “when I was going to do it to myself, I would imagine ‘I’m hungry for the love of a man, and want to be violated in as unladylike manner as possible. Still, even when I’m alone, considering my physical needs, things go better when I stick something inside. Simply speaking, it helps me loosen up. And the sensation of sperm spurting inside me has a soothing effect that helps me to sleep better.

“But on the other hand, I know there are some women who can’t imagine any form of sex apart from doing it with a man. I hope what I write here doesn’t offend them.” (K.S.)

Source: “Baibu no mae wa TENGA datta,” Yukan Fuji (Sept. 21, page 12)

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