Ways to play with Rainbow AMOR
Strap it on
Pair Rainbow AMOR with a harness for natural-feeling thrusts and super-close grinding.
Like Fingering, supercharged
Guide the toy to any internal hot spot and make your partner moan.
Play standing up
Stick Rainbow AMOR onto any flat surface, from shower walls to mirrored doors, and bounce on it to your heart’s content.
A No-Fail, Versatile Dildo with Pride
When we first made this toy as a limited edition, our FUN fans snapped it up fast and wrote to us asking for more. We heard you, and right in time for Pride, we’re doing another limited release of Rainbow AMOR.
What’s Rainbow AMOR all about?
What do you want it to be about? The dildo’s made of body-safe silicone with an anatomical design, so you can thrust and grind on it however you like, whether you’re mounting it on a chair or pumping it with your hand. It also plays nicely with harnesses, with a thin base that lets you and your partner get super close. However you play, expect a big payoff: The toy has an enlarged tip for G-spotting or prostate stimulation.
It seems small?
It’s actually the size of the average penis! Some people find that dildos on the smaller side are most comfortable. That’s doubly true when you’re on top: Instead of stressing about going too deep, you can wind your hips and bounce away, worry-free.
Anything else I should know?
Yes, actually! We created the packaging in collaboration with Andrea Vollgas, a queer Swiss artist. Her inclusive and sex-positive style is a perfect match for Rainbow AMOR.
FEEL GOOD, DO GOOD
Proceeds from your Rainbow AMOR purchase will go to Queer Prom, a night of dance-offs, photobooths, talent shows, and more. Creator NiK Kacy, a footwear designer, always wanted a FUN prom night where they’d feel safe to be themself, but never had one—until they organized Queer Prom as part of West Hollywood Pride. Guests are free to wear their most fabulous outfits, bring a date of any gender (or not), and revel in the beauty and self-expression of the LGBTQIA+ community.
Queer Prom also raises funds for Equality Fashion Week, which showcases LGBTQIA+ designers.