These are products that are targeted to women's bodies, but which are still in their early stages. For more information on what "fem-dom" really means, check out this blog post.
It is a good idea to get to know your body, your femininity and your femininity's limits. When it comes to femininity, there are three main components to any product: the name, the packaging, and the packaging's packaging. In this section, I am going to review and critique products that use one of these three components. Some products are more focused on the clitoris, while others focus on the nipples, chest, belly, legs and feet. I'm going to list the products with the clitoris in their names, so you have something to reference if you are confused about what product to use. It is helpful to have a little knowledge on what to look for in a product, as well as a basic idea of the benefits. This list may change from time to time, and you can always contact me to see if I have any updated lists. The first thing to look for is the name. Is it the name of a popular brand? Or a generic brand? Or an older brand? Does the name include the abbreviation for the company? Can you tell by the name how it works? Can you tell that a product is a clitoral stimulator or a penis stimulator? If so, I would suggest a good friend help you pick the right one for you, as it can take some getting used to.