Pleasure Centre: Fin Clitoral Vibrator by Dame - Par Femme

by Ash Austen

Like one in three vulva owners, I need some form of clitorial stimulation to reach orgasm.

For many - myself included - P in V simply does not cut the cheese (a recent study found only 18.4% of women find intercourse alone sufficient for orgasm), meaning that some level of assistance is necessary to hit the big O.

Generally, I find fingers do the job, with many vibrators I’ve tried in the past either too intrusive or too unitutive to engage the services of midcoitus, especially if I'm with a partner.

That was until I stumbled across the Fin Clitoral Vibrator by Dame. The best way to describe it? Well, it’s like your two favourite digits, but levelled up. Designed to be worn between your fingers, it feels less like a pleasure aid and more like an extension of your hand.

For a small package (we’re talking seriously small, it measures just one inch in diameter), it packs a real punch. With three speeds and an optional tether mode, it slips on with enough grip to stay in place, but without the bulkiness of feeling like it’s taking over the show.


The perfect size for couple play, I found it a breeze to use during penetration (you quite literally don’t even have to hold it), with the one touch button simple to operate when I wanted more intensity without pausing the action.

It has two sides (a flat squishy side and a pointier, harder side), which you can oscillate between depending on what kind of stimulation you’re in the mood for, and is certainly quieter than your stock standard toy.

All in all, it worked a treat for solo and partner play, with it quickly earning a permanent spot next to the bed. If you’re looking for something non-intimidating and easy to grab mid-missionary, it’s definitely worth a look in.

Keen to give it a whirl? You can snap yourself up your very own Fin for a very reasonable $120 here.

Ash Austen is a writer and editor based in Sydney, Australia. She’s also the co-host of dating and relationships podcast, Jeans And A Nice Top.

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