How To Select Proper Dildo For You? Learn Right here

So you’ve decided to dive into the world of dildos. Welcome! Or maybe you are familiar with the many options that are offered in sex shops but want to broaden your horizons. Welcome to you too!

Dildos can be a delicious option for anyone, regardless of gender or sexual preference. No matter who you are or where you are on your dildo journey, one thing is certain – the process of finding the right one for you can be daunting to say the least.

With seemingly endless materials, types, designs, gadgets, and things to choose from, it can feel like you’re drowning – in dildos. Not that that’s the worst way to go.

We are here to remove the confusion and offer some tips and recommendations for choosing the right dildo for you.

Glass, crystal and silicone – oh my god!

One of the first things you can notice when shopping for dildos is the variety of materials they come in.

Rubber dildos are usually cheaper, but may not be as durable or easy to sterilize. Metal dildos are easy to clean, can be warmed up or cooled down for temperature play, and look really cool on your bedside table. Glass dildos are beautiful to look at, reliable, and sterile, but they lack the flexibility of other materials. Silicone dildos tend to be the most popular because they are body safe, flexible, and made in a variety of styles.

Remember that the lubricant you choose will depend on the material of your dildo. Read the instructions to see what is compatible with your new friend.

Double the trouble

Dildos aren’t just for solo play – although when you use them for that, it’s fantastic.

Queer couples, straight couples, trans people, cis people, non-binary folx, and everyone in between can also find ways to incorporate dildos into their sex lives.

A great option is literally called a “double dildo”. You can use both sides of these nifty devices for stimulation and penetration. This is fantastic for couples where both people have vaginas! These types of dildos come in different angles and styles.

Usually they are either straight, possibly with a flexible material to allow more movement, or with each end at right angles to each other. Talk to your partner about what would make more sense for your body and your desires.

Dildos can also be used for anal pleasure, sometimes affectionately known as “pegging” – usually when a woman penetrates her male partner with a dildo. If you’re curious, talk to your partner and opt for a dildo that comes with a comfortable strap or “strapon”. You may want to start smaller if anal is the intent.

Strap-ons are also popular with queer couples, offering lovers with vaginas the opportunity to explore their partners’ poking, penetration, and pleasure.

Options, options, options

Other variations that you will see in the world of dildos are size, texture, and shape.

Sizing can be tricky as you may not know what to handle. If you are new to dildos, try a smaller or more flexible material first. If your new friend seems too big at first, try using more lubricant – this will be safe for your toy, and take time to relax in it.

While a lot of the texture of dildos is influenced by the material they’re made of, there are other options too to pamper you to the touch. Ribs, bumps, tentacle shapes, veins and ridges are built into various dildos. It may take some trial and error to know what will work for you. Don’t worry, have fun exploring!

Vibe or not vibe

Talk about high tech! In the field of sex toys, unbelievable innovations have emerged left and right in recent years.

They have your good old fashioned phalluses vibrating all over the place giving you an internal * massage *. There are revolutionary devices like that Ina Wave from Lelowho have favourited robotics to create a “come here” movement on your G-spot.

Rabbit massagers that allow penetration and stimulation of the clitoris at the same time are becoming increasingly popular.

Given the proximity of the vagina to your stomach, vibrating dildos are not the best option for everyone as they may make you feel uncomfortable or even disconnect from the sensation.

To each his own!

Penis or nah?

While some people enjoy the idea of ​​having a very * um * realistic looking dildo … such as a vein-like dildo with testicles attached, for others, this is the last thing they want to see when they penetrate the skin.

The decision whether or not you like human-looking dildos is entirely yours. A key factor that can come into play here is a general lack of representation regarding skin color options. This is an area that sex toy companies can definitely remedy.

If you want to go for a less realistic option, there are plenty of purple, red, blue, and rainbow devices out there!

Read real reviews

This may go without saying, but it is worth mentioning. Read the reviews! And not just those listed on a company’s website. Go to third party websites, check out sex bloggers and social media, and scroll the forums. Believe us, people are more than willing to be honest about dildos!

With all of these tips in mind, when choosing a dildo you should ultimately consider your personal needs and desires. Listen to your body. Are you intuitively drawn to the vein-red silicone number with a stable base?

Or is there a rose quartz crystal G-spot massager that gets your name out?

Adjust your body’s reactions to certain toys and help find your dream dildo.

Natasha’s passion for reproductive health began at the age of fourteen when she was present at the birth of her youngest sister. Her incredible experiences as a birthing doula gave her insights into the magical realm of childbirth, pregnancy and everything in between. Your role as an obstetrician is her way of serving as an activist. She uses writing as an important educational tool to bring about changes in our view of reproductive health as a whole.

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