Review: CuteLittleFuckers – Starsi and Trinity
Most of the time when shopping for sex toys, they are broken into him and her and the packaging is always focused on one gender. As someone who is nonbinary, it can be a little frustrating to read. Cute Little Fuckers decided to change that up by creating their gender-inclusive sex toy line. I was very lucky that Betty’s Toy Box could send me both the Starsi and Trinity. Two of the three toys in their first launch.
Starsi and Trinity Stats
Starsi is shaped like its name, a five-armed little starfish that can sit in the palm of your hand. The outer part curves upward, allowing you to slip your fingers between the arms for a better grip. The inside has a soft bumpy texture, with the vibrations running up to each of the tips of the star. They note that trans femmes who are looking for a vibrator often enjoy the Starsi. This is because the Starsi has the ability to cover genitalia to give a gently curved vulva feel. This allows for mapping new genitalia and for finding pleasure.
Made of silicone, with a small bullet insert, the Starsi is USB rechargeable. It is also waterproof, so you can use it in the bath or shower.
- Overall Length: 2.8 inches
- Width: 1.7 inches
Trinity (along with their partners Tripp and Trine), is a thin vibrator with only a slight bit of width, which is mostly at the head of the toy. But it has two extra heads so that those are able to be stimulating to a g-spot or prostrate during use. It has a flared base that allows it to be secured in most strapons. It also means that the trio is, of course, safe for anal thanks to the flared base. There is also a vibration mode with Trinity giving you five speeds and five modes of vibration.
Made of silicone, with a small bullet insert, the Trinity is USB rechargeable. It is also waterproof so you can use it in the bath or shower.
- Overall Length: 7 inches
- Insertable Length: 6.1 inches
- Width: 1.4 inches
So What Did I Think?
One of the first things I enjoyed about both toys is their packaging. All of the wording is gender-inclusive, and it covers everything about the toys. My favorite part is that they use a comic panel style to show you different ways you can use each toy. I also enjoy that they make a point about transfemme users and lesbian users. But they never assume the gender or sexuality of the user, which is wonderful when so many toys split things between gender.
Starting with the Starsi, the shape is so comfortable to hold. The curved back allows the toy to fit into the palm of any hand. Now, this does mean that you will likely touch where the vibration starts from. It does not get so high that it causes your hand to get numb quickly, but extended use does cause it to happen eventually.
The silicone has a velvety finish that glides smoothly over the skin. Each tip of the star gives a fluttering pinpoint sensation against the skin. The bumpy texture allows for just a little friction that was still smooth. Now when it came to my body and trying to get the tips near my clit, the extra padding of my vulva sadly dulled it to the point where it was just a pleasant rumble. But I loved feeling the vibration against my skin. Running the Starsi all over my body allowed for some solo sensual sensation play.
But that isn’t the only way to use the Starsi. I turned it around so that the smooth curved side was facing me and it was almost like a wand top to grind against. What I enjoyed was that I could hold on to it, or set it on something so that I could be on my knees while moving my hips. This is a position I don’t often use with other toys, which allowed me to enjoy access to other parts of my body in different ways. For example, I was then able to use my hands on the rest of my body for added stimulation.
The first thing I love about Trinity is that it does not scream “this is a sex toy” at you. On my bedside table, it looks like a cute figurine and doesn’t stand out at all among the playful nature of my aesthetic. It is delightfully non-realistic, so it’s perfect for those who dislike realistic toys. The rounded top that tapers down along the shaft of the toy is a treat if you are not looking for a girthy toy. The tip has a lovely amount of firm squish that feels amazing while squeezing around it.
The other two heads (Trip and Trine) give you a little more stimulation – though I will say I only ever felt the first one while using the toy solo. The vibrations are nice and rumbly, going through the whole toy. This includes going through the base, a factor that can be a plus for those who plan to use Trinity in a harness. When it comes to harnesses, I found that it was easier to get in a strap-style harness than it was to get into a boxer-style harness.
CuteLittleFuckers has created some amazing toys. I really hope that I see more from them in the coming years. The Starsi and Trinity are both perfect for those who want to explore new sensations or get to know their body better. Beginners to sex toys will also enjoy these toys as a starter set. I also suggest that if these shapes do not suit you, you should check out the third toy in the line, Princess Puppypus.
You can get your CuteLittleFuckers at Betty’s Toy Box. The Starsi is $69.99, and Trinity is $89.99.
Thank you to Betty’s Toy Box for sending me the Starsi and Trinity in exchange for this unbiased review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
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