Introducing Tryst

tryst – trist/ Late Middle English (originally Scots): variant of obsolete trist ‘an appointed place in hunting,’ from French triste or medieval Latin trista literary noun 1. a private, romantic rendezvous between lovers. “a moonlight tryst” verb 1. keep a private, romantic rendezvous. “a trysting place” an appointment to meet at a certain time and place, especially one made somewhat secretly by lovers. an appointed meeting. an appointed place of meeting. Origin As with nearly every startup, what Girl Groove is today is not quite what it started out to be. Ultimately, we had the idea to create a space where people can meet online and have a different kind of experience. That idea is Tryst, our members-only area where you can log in, meet others, and get frisky. What makes this even more exciting than long-distance sex ever was is the launch of teledildonic (aka cyberdildonics) toys. What’s that,


Keepin’ It Safe

  Maybe you’ve just assumed that those toys you use in your most private orifices are okay. But, that isn’t necessarily true! It’s kind of unbelievable that the materials used for children’s toys are carefully regulated, but not for adult toys. That’s why you may be noticing that more product descriptions include “Body-Safe.” What makes something Body Safe? Let’s start at the beginning – Word count – 2,566 Read time – A really important 10-minutes!)   Toy Materials and Health Labels on sex toys and lube can be just as confusing and difficult to translate as those on food items, but it’s just as important to fully understand what you’re putting into your body via your vagina or anus. What are phthalates and why is it important that your toys don’t have them? What is the difference between food-grade, medical-grade, platinum, and 100% silicone? What is Sil-a-Gel anyway? What is