Our expert says:
I have to admit to having never heard about it, but looking at what it is, it looks like a device that assists with kegels exercises. It may well work, as do vaginal weights (otherwise also known as vaginal cones) which you can insert and hold onto with your pelvic floor muscles to increase their strength. Improving the strength of these muscles can indeed add to your sensations, and those felt by your partner during penetration if you constrict the muscles. Constricting or 'pumping' these muscles also brings blood to the area and so can assist with arousal.
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