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Leo Sona Review By One of Our Sex Toy Advisors

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I am a person who identifies as she/her, in my early 60s. I’ve been with my husband for over 40 years. We’ve always had an active and exciting sex life and have enjoyed including ‘sex toys’ in our love making.

Unfortunately, in 2018 I was diagnosed with breast cancer and have had to undergo surgery, radiation, chemotherapy, and ongoing hormone deprivation medication. All of these, particularly the medication have, to say the least, played havoc with my sexual pleasure at some stages throughout this journey, Impacting libido, comfort and ability to orgasm as easily.

I was lucky enough to recently be given the opportunity to trial the Lelo Sona 2 by Bliss For Women……. And WOW! Game Changer!

I would call this type of toy a ‘clit sucker’, its nice and soft to hold, and attractive in black with rose gold trim. The power is adjustable and the Sona 2 does exactly as it might suggest – creates suction on the ‘nub’ of the clitoris for some mind-blowing orgasms. (yes, multiple)

To be honest it took me a few tries to get the positioning right and prevent a bit of ‘weird noise’ from the suction, but it has definitely become one of my favourite toys. The size is good for ‘older’ hands and the controls are easy to use without needing my glasses or the lights on.

I use the Sona 2 with a variety of lubes, and I love it so much that I’ve recommended it to a couple of close friends who have bought their own. Oh, and it’s rechargeable – because there’s nothing worse than having to take the batteries out of the tv remote when the power dies midway through a session. I’m giving the Lelo Sona 2 a 4.5/5.



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