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Fascinator Regular Size Throw Moisture-Proof Sensual Blanket - Microvelvet Platinum 72" x 54"

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Fascinator Regular Size Throw Moisture-Proof Sensual Blanket - Microvelvet Platinum 72" x 54"

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Fascinator Regular Size Throw Moisture-Proof Sensual Blanket - Microvelvet Platinum 72" x 54"

Throw (It) Down Anywhere!

Messy sex? Yes! Toss the Fascinator over beds, sofas, or chairs for spontaneous love-making. Take it on the road for racy outdoor fun or any place your wettest and wildest adventures take you!

Squirters will delight in the stress-free mess because cleanup is a breeze! After the fun is done, simply toss it in the washing machine. Available in 4 convenient sizes.

Here's what the world is saying about the Fascinator Sex Throw:

"If You Squirt During Sex—Or Want to Try!—The Liberator Blanket Is a Godsend" - Self

"The Best Sex Blanket Is a Blanket Literally Made for Sex" - GQ

"I feel like I can enjoy squirting or period sex much more knowing that I can just chuck this blanket in the wash and my bed will be clean and dry after!" - Bedbible

  • Supremely plush waterproof throw
  • Specially lined to soak up lubes and other liquids
  • Inner moisture barrier ensures bedding and furniture stay moisture-free
  • Perfect for squirters
  • Machine washable

Fascinator Mini Throw Moisture-Proof Sensual Blanket - Features

Please Note:

  • Liberator products are made to order & require additional processing time.
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Guest Blogger - Sexational

"While I haven't ejaculated on it, the Throe has come in handy. Here are some reasons why:

  • The abovementioned period leaks. I sleep with the throe under me when it’s shark week, and it helps a lot.
  • It makes me feel more comfortable when I think I might squirt – I usually have it under me during most sexual activity, unless I’m feeling lazy.
  • Period Sex! No mess!
  • It’s a great stand in ‘sex towel’ when there isn’t a towel on hand.
  • It’s a great insulator! My room is super cold if it’s 60°F or below because it’s an old house with single pane windows that are poorly insulated and poorly insulated wall/ceiling. The heavy plastic in the middle helps keep heat in, and it has become part of my daily blanket pile because of this.
  • The dog thinks it’s his. He will steal it and sleep on it. It’s covered in dog hair."


72" x 54"
Fabric Details:
Microvelvet - 100% polyester
Water barrier
Discreet packaging - shipped in plain, unmarked brown box.

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  • 4
    Peace of Mind

    Posted by Siobhan

    Texture and material construction: The Liberator Decor Fascinator Throw is an attractive, medium sized, reversible, waterproof blanket designed to protect your bedding during sexual activity. This blanket has two different textured sides and a waterproof barrier in the center. One side is made of a velvish polyester material, which is very soft and comfortable feeling. It’s the same non-slip material that composes many of the Liberator position aids, so they work very well together. Also, because it is non-slip, when you lay this side down on the bed it keeps the blanket in place. The downside to this material is that instead of soaking into the fabric, water based liquids tend to bead on top (silicone lube however absorb immediately). This is a problem because it increases the potential of spilling the liquid on your bed or floor when you remove it. The next part of the blanket is the center barrier. The material is designed to hold any liquids that soak into the blanket and prevent them from leaking through to your bedding. It is quite efficient in this capacity and can hold a great deal. This material does however cause the throw to be a bit stiff and to makes a crinkling noise when you use/manipulate it. I wouldn’t consider the noise to be a significant annoyance but I would be happier if were less audible. The last section of the throw is made with a material described as “silky satin” side. It may be called that but it is 100% polyester and feels like it. This material is also slightly stiff, and feels a little plasticky. If the ribbon they use to wrap gifts came in a softer/smoother form, it would feel exactly like this side of the blanket. When you move the material with the flat of your hand it actually makes a sound like you’re rubbing sand paper, which is not particularly sexy. There are a few positives about this side, however. The first is that it is better at actually absorbing liquid than the velvish side. The liquid still pools a bit at first but it starts absorbing pretty soon after. Furthermore, it is cool to the touch and has a very slick quality that lets you slide around, which can be fun. However, the slickness also has downsides. The first is that it’s harder to use the Liberator position aids on this side. The second is that if you decide to put this side face down, it causes the blanket to side all over your bed. Now, regarding construction, I’m not a seamstress but visually the stitching looks very nice. They utilized a zig zag stitch all around the border of the blanket to connect the two sides. However, after tugging at the stitching just a little, I found them to be looser than I would have expected based on my experience with the quality of other Liberator products. I honestly wouldn’t be surprised if after a few washes the stitching started to give. It’s only my personal opinion but I would definitely recommend washing on the gentle cycle and allowing it to air dry to reduce the risk. Review Details: So let me start by saying that I like my Liberator Throw. I think it’s been a really helpful addition to my sex toy/accessory collection. However, my feelings about this blanket differ from many of the reviews I've read. Because I don’t squirt often, I’m not over the moon about this blanket. For many people, the Liberator Throw is the best thing since sliced bread. For me though it’s more of just a comfort. What this blanket does for me is provide peace of mind. Ever since I first squirted, anytime I masturbate with G-spot stimulation I worry about squirting again and messing up my bedding. I’ve tried to not think about it and just relax; especially since it’s relatively rare for me. But as we all know, trying not to think about things just makes you think about them more. The Liberator Throw relieved that worry and that alone is worth what I paid. Plus, even if I’m not actually squirting on it all the time, its super effective at catching and absorbing lube. That is also a huge plus for me, especially during anal play. I could use towels, but I find myself constantly adjusting them, and they just don’t have enough surface area to stop me from worrying about wet spots on my bed. This throw is simply more convenient. I will say though that there are a few things that bother me about it. For instance, for the amount you’re paying, the stitching should be much better than it is. They are loose in a way that I have never seen on any other Liberator products. As I said above, I would not be surprised if the stitches started to give after several washes. I haven’t had my blanket long enough to test the theory (also I’ll be avoiding that at all costs) but the fact that it’s even a consideration gives me pause. Furthermore, the silky side irks me. If it wasn’t for that side, I’d love this blanket so much more. I really dislike the feel of the material they used so I don’t really want to lay on it. However, it’s so slick that if I put it face down and lay on the comfy velvish side, the blanket ends up sliding all over the place. So either way I use it, that side ends up causing a problem. Lastly, I really wish that the velvish side didn’t make the liquid bead up so much. It’s the side I like the best but having liquid rolling around on top of the blanket isn’t a particularly fun prospect. I'm really hoping that after a few washes it'll start absorbing more readily. Overall though, I am glad I bought this throw. I think it’s a bit over priced considering the quality of the silky side and the stitching. And I really wish liquids absorbed more quickly into the fabric. However, it does the job it claims to do and also gives me peace of mind. I don’t have a problem recommending it but I'd wait for a sale.