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Advent Calendar Day 20: Vixen Dildo and Spare Parts Harness

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by Chelsea

UPDATE: CONGRATS TO ARLETTA, OUR WINNER!

Welcome to the twentieth day of our 2016 Holiday Advent Calendar, where we’re giving away 30 prizes in 24 days, including many of our favorite toys! Every day, we’ll be posting a new contest and linking to it from the Holiday Advent Calendar main page, where you can also find more details and tips for how to win.

Today, we’re giving away a Choose Your Own Sexventure Prize Package!

We’re letting you pick ANY Vixen dildo!

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Vixen Creations is a woman-owned and operated toy company specializing in making silicone pleasure objects. Vixen got its start in 1992, when its founder noticed that silicone toy manufacturers were not keeping up with the demand. Since then, they have experienced their own high demand for these exquisite designs with lifetime guarantees. Vixen also developed the revolutionary sex toy material, VixSkin. With a firm inner core and harness-compatible base for full functionality, VixSkin toys maintain all the properties of 100% silicone while also having a remarkable, skin-like feel.

AND THAT’S NOT ALL! We’re also pairing it with a a Spare Parts Harness of your choice!

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SpareParts HardWear is a US based company which specializes in creating beautiful and durable harnesses. Inspired by the lack of variation of harnesses on the market back in 1999; SpareParts HardWear set about to invent the ultimate harness. The company were driven to create a harness that could fit every woman whatever their size and shape; a sexy and stylish product which is comfortable and versatile for a variety of functions. SpareParts HardWear wanted to produce handcrafted harnesses using high quality materials…and they succeeded.

Want to win? Here’s how: We can’t think of a better duo than a Vixen dildo and a Spare Parts harness. Tell us who your favorite fictional couple is and why. Tomorrow at 11:30am, we’ll pick our favorite and the person who submitted it will win!

U.S. residents only.

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31 Comments

  • Mike

    Sebastian and Flounder. They kept it subtextual in the film but we know what’s up.

    ReplyDecember 20, 2016 at 1:48 pm

  • James Elkins

    Hetero Lifemates: Jay and Silent Bob!

    Really though, they just make me laugh, and have brought me countless years of entertainment.

    ReplyDecember 20, 2016 at 1:51 pm

  • Epona

    OT3 forever, Parker/Hardison/Elliot from Leverage

    ReplyDecember 20, 2016 at 2:01 pm

    • Epona

      because the whole “ridiculous ocean’s 11 levels of heists” whilst healthy and communciative relationshipping and watching each other’s backs

      December 20, 2016 at 2:02 pm

  • House Mama

    Hannibal & Will from the (sadly canceled) NBC show, because there’s nothing more romantic than murder tableaus and cannibal puns.

    ReplyDecember 20, 2016 at 2:14 pm

  • Fahrenheit

    Hah, this is great timing! Today Blizzard confirmed [0] that Tracer — the character featured on the box of one of 2016’s most popular mainstream video games — isn’t straight. The internet is abuzz with reactions (both excitement and angst), so a Spare Parts giveaway is very topical 🙂

    They’re not my favorite couple (indeed, we don’t even know Tracer’s girlfriend’s name), but this is great news and the timing is just too perfect.

    [0] via this rather adorable comic: http://comic.playoverwatch.com/en-us/tracer-reflections

    ReplyDecember 20, 2016 at 2:14 pm

  • John D

    It’s a toss up, depends what you men by fictional. There is Homer and Marge Simpson or Sydney Bristow and Agent Vaughan from Alias. Sydney wore some great outfits the first several seasons until she got pregnant.

    ReplyDecember 20, 2016 at 2:50 pm

  • Jenny

    Darryl and White Josh from Crazy Ex-Girlfriend are hands down the cutest couple on TV. If the love between a middle-aged, newly bisexual lawyer and a proudly gay SoCal bro doesn’t warm your heart than did you really have a heart to begin with?

    ReplyDecember 20, 2016 at 3:06 pm

  • Redacted

    Alice and Ralph Kramden? They did a lot to further space exploration, going to the moon and all.

    ReplyDecember 20, 2016 at 3:52 pm

  • Jesse

    Wall-E and Eva. They don’t need words to convey their love for each other.

    ReplyDecember 20, 2016 at 4:29 pm

  • Arletta

    Garnet from Steven Universe! Garnet is the fusion of Ruby and Sapphire (this is hard to explain if you don’t know the show, but its basically about anthropomorphic alien lesbian rocks) and their relationship is one of the healthiest and most balanced ones I have ever seen on TV period, let alone a lesbian couple in a kids cartoon. Hurray for cannon lesbians! 😀 Bless Steven Universe for teaching children about healthy relationships.

    ReplyDecember 20, 2016 at 4:48 pm

  • Erika

    I think I have to with Gomez and Morticia Addams. They’re just so perpetually caring, passionate, goofy, and deeply in love. And you KNOW their sex life’s gotta be killer.

    “Last night you were unhinged. You were like some desperate, howling demon. You frightened me… Do it again.” – Morticia

    ReplyDecember 20, 2016 at 4:52 pm

    • Arletta

      SO TRUE! #relationship goals

      December 20, 2016 at 8:58 pm

  • Nicole

    Virgina Johnson and dr masters because she wasn’t college educated and pioneered in the sexual health department all while dr masters was unfolding the taboo of sex as we know it today. My heros.

    ReplyDecember 20, 2016 at 5:00 pm

  • Rogeno

    Bert & Ernie of Sesame Street are the poster boys of the LGBT community. They are best friends who live together in the same house, share a bedroom , and share the same clothes. They provide a good example to others that they can still be in a typical functional relationship despite the uniqueness of their bond. Plus their sweaters and flannel shirts are just fabulous…

    ReplyDecember 20, 2016 at 5:22 pm

  • CoffeeGirl

    Rory and Jess from Gilmore Girls. They had so much potential to make each other better, the way a partnership should work. I continue to imagine that they eventually realize this, and end up together. Plus Jess’s bad boy with a soft side is just sexy. 🙂

    ReplyDecember 20, 2016 at 6:39 pm

  • Lucy

    Alright so I already mentioned this in the roleplay giveaway two days ago, but I have a clear favorite for reasons greater than my kinky ass: Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy are life.

    First of all, I love that they show a relationship where one character is struggling with recovering from a cycle of abusive relationships. Harley is abused by the Joker and while Ivy “saves” her a few times, she relapses and goes back to him because she thinks they’re in love. Ivy, however, never gives up on her because she knows Harley can escape him. She’s never pushy or mean, she just helps Harley to see that she deserves better. Additionally, she doesn’t give up even when Harley pushes her away, not because she wants to “get the girl”, but because she knows Harley is suffering at the hands of the Joker. This is honestly such a beautiful plot line that I’ve seen from the start of Harley/Joker to Harley telling Joker she’s not his “toy” anymore and it’s such beautiful character development in a beautiful healthy relationship.

    Speaking of healthy relationships, I love that the representation of their relationship is refreshingly not full of all the tropes of romance. I’m talking about the tropes like when Leia clearly tells Han to stop touching her and he kisses her non-consensually for “love”. This never happens between Harley and Ivy, in no small part due to the (duh) lack of toxic masculine sexuality. While I do of course believe that relationships between men and women can lack toxic male sexuality, but it’s such a trope in TV and movies that it give s the wrong lesson to people.

    Which brings me to my other favorite part of their dynamic: they are the backbone of LGBT representation in mainstream comics. This was so influential to me growing up and accepting my queerness. I remember being a little gay 8-year-old wondering why I couldn’t stop staring at Harley Quinn and thinking she was so pretty! Then I got to grow up and see my first crush be gay just like me, I can’t get over it still!

    Lastly, their relationship is not only queer but has a few other “unorthodox” qualities to it. They’ve been described as “girlfriends minus the jealousy of monogamy”, which is SO COOL to see poly representation in this healthy queer relationship. Learning this also helped me feel better about other people’s (and later my own) identity as polysexuals or polyromantics. They also have a biiiit of a kinky thing going on as well. Ivy calls Harley her “little princess” and takes care of her in a very aftercare/paternal way sometimes. That, coupled with Harley’s acting ditzy even though she’s proven to be incredibly smart, represents a sort of kinky dynamic between them because that’s very close to how I like to treat my subs.

    All in all, I’m just so glad that this queer, non-monogamous, abuse-survivor, healthy, realistic (minus the superpowers I guess) relationship gets to exist in the same world as me. It’s done so much for me, from acceptance of myself to dirty fantasies, that I can never replace with another couple. Thank you for sticking through this whole essay, I just can’t contain my love for this couple <3.

    ReplyDecember 20, 2016 at 6:53 pm

  • Kalliopeia

    Well, Marcie and Peppermint Patty ushered me into The Queer in many ways, so for now I’m gonna go with them. Please keep in mind that I was very young at the time that my obsession with these two developed, and I ma not actually attempting to seriously ship elementary-age characters.

    I *relate* to Marcie. Peppermint Patty was portrayed as a tiny dyke stereotype, in a lot of ways, but Marcie only looked gay through immediate and constant proximity to Peppermint Patty. She’s smart, sharp, kind of sarcastic. Paired with Peppermint Patty’s brash, leap-before-you-look-and-figure-it-out-on-the-way-down attitude & Birkenstocks, you’ve got a pretty decent template for a well-balanced queer relationship.

    To this day, if asked if I’m more of a butch-lesbian or lipstick-lesbian, I’m as likely as anything to reply that I am a Marcie-lesbian. Book knowledge, questionable fashion, sarcasm- none of the stereotypes, really, but still pretty immediately identifiable by my close proximity to other queer types. I believe firmly that Marcie-lesbian should be a standardized term, because there are a lot of us.

    Marcies unite. Peppermint Pattys, hit us up.

    ReplyDecember 20, 2016 at 7:15 pm

  • Lia

    Absolutely 100% Willow and Tara from Buffy the Vampire Slayer. I had the huuugest crush on Willow, then got to see her in the first female same-sex relationship I’d ever seen in a tv show I watched, which was pretty cool and affirming. Not to mention that they were an extremely sweet couple, but felt real in that they had big issues they struggled with (and made me cry over). I don’t think I’ve ever been so attached to a fictional couple!

    ReplyDecember 20, 2016 at 7:33 pm

  • Patrick

    Troy and Abed from Community prove that even when a person is relatively asexual, it is possible to be a beyond-devoted friend and find a soulmate in someone that not only “deals with” your weirdness, but invigorates it. Creating a magical bond that encourages matching costumes, role-play, rapping in order to learn Spanish, and pulling your other friends into fake talk-shows, because you love, understand, and nurture that weirdness in them.

    ReplyDecember 20, 2016 at 7:50 pm

  • Amanda

    Ooh this one is fun!

    I’m going to say my favorite fictional couple is April and Andy from Parks and Rec. Their relationship really epitomizes the struggle of “adulting.” So many of us twenty-somethings are going through this awkward stage of thinking we should have it all figured out by now because we’re technically adults now, but continuously realizing that nobody, in fact, has it “figured out” and everyone is really just faking it till they make it.

    For example, in the episode where April and Andy went to the store with instructions to buy adult stuff they needed for their apartment, and almost bought a whole bunch of toys instead, but then realized they did actually need the adult stuff, but they could buy SOME fun stuff – that scene right there, spoke to me on so many levels. It reminded me of myself and my partner, who are in are late twenties and have slowly upgraded our home decor to have art in frames rather than just posters taped to the wall, but still have nerf guns stashed around the house for spontaneous battles.

    (for reference) https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/564x/e1/a4/28/e1a428b017f6231b57518b23396bac42.jpg

    April and Andy are fun together, super sweet to each other, and an all-around great couple!

    ReplyDecember 20, 2016 at 8:20 pm

  • Alex

    I’m going to get a little obscure here … Korra and Asami from Legend of Korra (only one of the best if not THE best western anime)!

    Technically they’re not lovers, but we can all see the romantic tension. As a bonus, they would definitely be able to use this gift 😉

    Here’s hoping y’all are anime fans so I can use this with my very open-minded girlfriend! *fingers crossed*

    ReplyDecember 20, 2016 at 9:42 pm

  • DB

    Jenna and Paul from 30 rock. I love their idea of “normaling” as a kink

    ReplyDecember 21, 2016 at 6:58 am

  • Esa

    Favorite fictional couple would have to be Clarke and Lexa from The 100. Was really happy with the representation of Bi characters, but then they had to go and mess that up. They’ll always be my OTP!

    ReplyDecember 21, 2016 at 8:05 am

  • Joe

    I think I’ve got to go with Rose Tyler and The Doctor. If you’ve seen it, you absolutely know what I’m talking about. If you haven’t, I’m not sure I could put it into words. The simple companionship, the adventure, the simple longing for each others company. The absolute heartbreak of a missed chance to say “I love you”, and that final, sweet redemption.

    I’ve watched through it many times and there are always manly tears. Plus, we’ve all seen Billie Pipers (plays Rose) later work, and know she is utterly wild in bed. I’m sure she would put something like THIS to good use.

    ReplyDecember 21, 2016 at 8:27 am

  • Trix

    I always go back to Griff Muir and Dante Anastagio from Damon Suede’s m/m romance HOT HEAD. Griff and Dante are FDNY firefighters who’ve been best friends for years, ever since joining the force. On the anniversary of 9/11, (stoic, divorced) Griff realizes he’s fallen in love with (outgoing, womanizing) Dante. Dante, meanwhile, has gotten into financial trouble, and starts doing solo shoots on a gay-for-pay site to try to fix things. When he learns that there are certain activities that can earn him bonuses, he pushes for Griff to join him. Sounds straightforward, but there’s so much going on! Griff lost his mom young and has a strained relationship with his dad, and it becomes clear that Dante (and his extended Italian family) are the only loved ones he really has. Both guys have been straight up to this point, so Griff is terrified that his attraction will make him lose the person who means most to him in the world (amplified when he discovers the gay-bashing of a mutual friend). Then there’s the high-risk firefighting profession, where they face potentially losing each other every time one of them goes out on a call. (At one point, Griff charges into a warehouse inferno to rescue the fallen Dante.) Reading about their silly youthful escapades and their intense 9/11 experiences, you see the sort of intimacy that has suffused every aspect of their lives, so insidiously that they don’t even realize it until it hits them in the face. This is even before the whole porn aspect comes in, which has the most erotic progression I’ve ever read and is just done so beautifully. I’ve experienced their story arc many times and in multiple formats (only book I’ve ever gotten in paperback, ebook, and audio), and it stuns me every time. The first time, you just hurt for Griff: how protective he is of the man he loves and how he’s willing to be alone in this world if it ensures Dante’s safety, the way he’s so sure that Dante is faking everything on HotHead.com because there’s no way he could be attracted to Griff. (The second time, of course, Dante’s guileless love for Griff throughout just hits you in the throat.) It’s sweet and filthy, funny and tear-inducing, basically all-encompassing.

    ReplyDecember 21, 2016 at 9:14 am

  • Dustin

    Korra and Asami.

    I’m sure they could use one of these harnesses. Unless Korra uses earthbending to make a stone dildo…

    No, that wouldn’t be as good as a Vixen.

    ReplyDecember 21, 2016 at 9:58 am

  • chasity

    favorite fictional duo is Cookie & Lucious Lyon on Empire .. no matter how much hate they have for each other they stick with each other no matter the circumstances there ride or die .. that shows that the love is still there regardless of issues ..

    ReplyDecember 21, 2016 at 10:50 am

  • Maya

    Hope I’m not too late!!

    One of the best couples on TV recently is Frank and Claire Underwood. House of Cards shows a relationship that is maybe not one of the best one, and includes a couple who are maybe not the best people, but the way they care for and support each other is brilliantly written and portrayed. Frank and Claire feel like real people with faults and flaws who sometimes lash out at eachother but in the end have eachother’s backs. No couple is going to be perfect, and House of Cards acknowledges that. Plus, House of Cards is one of the first shows that has depicted polyamorous couples in a loving and non jealous way. Frank’s bit about how he knows he can’t give Claire everything is such an important thing for poly folks (to see themselves represented) and for monogamous folks to understand poly more.

    “He should stay on, because he can give you things that I can’t. Look, Claire, we’ve been a great team. But one person—one person cannot give everything to another person. I can’t travel with you. I don’t keep you warm at night. I don’t see you the way he sees you. It’s not my permission to give, but you’ll do what’s right for you. But I want you to know, if you wanted, I know you’ll be careful. And I’ll be fine. I mean, if we’re gonna go beyond marriage, let’s go beyond it.”

    ReplyDecember 21, 2016 at 11:15 am

  • George

    Schmidt and Nick! C’mon boys, get it on already; everyone is out of the loft. (New girl)

    ReplyDecember 21, 2016 at 2:56 pm

  • Laura K

    Eve and Roarke from JD Robb’s series. She’s a kick ass cop and he’s the billionaire that loves her. Super books

    ReplyDecember 22, 2016 at 5:26 am

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