I’ve owned a lot of different harnesses over the years. I think I’ve tried on about every style in every material, and none of them can compare to the RodeoH harness in price, comfort ability, simplicity, and use. When I was offered the harness for free I was completely stoked and I am forever grateful to Riley for giving me this opportunity.
So when it arrived a couple days after I ordered it, my immediate concern was about the harness’s size. As someone who is fat, I was afraid that it might not fit or it would be too snug and cut into my thighs. This wasn’t a problem at all, the RodeoH slips on with ease and doesn’t cut into you anywhere, which has been a problem with past harnesses and even packer straps. I didn’t take the harness off for three days (save for to wash it) and I was able to wear it for those three days where it endured a six mile bike ride, constantly running back and forth, going up stairs, bending over and several other physical activities and I didn’t have to stop due to discomfort (though I did pick a wedgie a few times aha =3).
As a genderqueer person who loves to bind and pack, what I also loved about the harness is that I’m able to pack comfortably without the straps being seen or felt through my jeans. I wear typically loose-fitting clothing but when someone brushes up against you or feels you up, rather, and feels the packing strap or strap of the harness, I’m not only totally turned off but also become incredibly dysphoric. This is also a life saver for those who do wear tighter fitting jeans.
Packing isn’t the only way it helps me feel less dysphoric, it’s removed a great amount of dysphoria for me during sex. If you’re used to one style of harness, it might take you some practice to get use to it, and that’s okay. It didn’t take too long for me to get to used to this one, however, but I’ve also never really become attached to a particular style (though I did love the Spareparts Joque harness but it can’t compare to this one) Though the site does assure you that any piece between 5”-6” length by 1 1/2”-2” width will fit into the flexible O-ring, I was a bit skeptical that the O-ring would be able to hold up all 2 inches of my cock, and that the placement of the O-Ring might not be able to get me off during sex. But when I slipped it on and tried it out, all of these concerns vanished. Through some experimenting with a friend I found:
- Though the placement of the O-ring is not right over my clit, where it currently resided was still pleasurable and I was able to get off after some time
- I don’t have to worry about a strap sliding, or having to re-adjust in the middle of sex because the harness is slipping.
- I can switch positions easily, even while inside of my partner
- I don’t feel the cock pull away from body, on the out stroke (which means constant stimulation for the wearer and even helped with my dysphoria)
- I feel like the RodeoH is an extension of myself, it’s a harness that feels natural.
- It didn’t dig into my skin or cut into me in anyway during sex
- Public sex is a lot easier in the sense that you don’t have to take off all your clothes, suddenly, in the middle of sex, to fix your strap
- There weren’t any marks left on neither me, or my partner
- I can go as deep as I want without worrying that the base of the harness will cause discomfort for my partner
I do wish that the boxer-styled brief was available in my size. A lot of you who posted things in my ask weren’t taken by the boy style or wanted something more revealing. I wouldn’t be surprised if RodeoH came out with more femme styles in the future (ooooh, and maybe those like assless underwear you find in porn stores?) To me though, this style is still completely and utterly sexy, and was never suddenly not sexy during sex. So despite those two things, I’m still in love with this harness and the company. I can’t wait to see what else they come out with.
So! While it might take some time to get into the swing of things, and become accustomed to a new harness, this is totally going to be the last harness that you buy. While I did get mine for free, when you compare most top of the line harnesses that can run anywhere from $80-$100, to this one who can do everything those ones can and so much more at $45, it’s without a doubt so worth it. I know basic harnesses might be sold around 20, but if you can afford it I HIGHLY recommend that you splurge that little bit and go for the RodeoH, because it’s going to be the last harness that you ever buy.
Don’t forget when you go to buy your new RodeoH to use the code word “Riley” to get 10% off AND Free shipping! And when you get your own RodeoH, feel free to take pictures or write your own review and send them to Riley. Every time you do, he gains a little bit of money to help with his transition.
Happy riding ;]
EDIT* So I was just told as of tomorrow the “riley” code will only be $5 off plus free shipping.
So Hurry! Order soon!!
EDIT* 2: I totally give RodeoH permission to use this review and photos =]