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How to Use a Dildo, According to Uxolclub Experts

Aug 02,2023 | Uxolclub.com

Do you fantasize about having a penis? Or being double-penetrated? Do you hope to find a way to fill the gaps in your desires? Always curious about trying pegging or strap-on sex?
For explorers of sexuality, it's time to add a dildos to your drawer.

Pleasure is a fundamental aspect of a safe and healthy sex life. That's why we always rely on experienced writers, analysts, educators, and other experts to share their advice, from the techniques you use to the sex toys you purchase.

Many people want to find pleasure with a thrusting dildo. But, what exactly is a dildo? Glad you asked.

"A dildo is a toy shaped like a penis for insertion," says Barthow Finn, a sex educator at Scotland. “A dildo doesn't have to look exactly like a biological penis.”

Dildos do not need to have veins, a pronounced head, or testicles. There are countless non-biological shapes to choose from.

Anyone can enjoy a lifelike dildo! There's a misconception that dildos are only for cisgender female same-sex couples. But that's not the case.

Using a particular sex toy or enjoying certain sexual acts won't change your sexual orientation or gender identity.

What are dildos used for? There may be a billion different types of dildos on the market, and people have many reasons for buying and using them.

•    Affirming gender identity or sexual orientation or experiencing gender euphoria
•    Allowing for penetration that wouldn't happen otherwise due to a partner's genitalia, erectile dysfunction, relationship status, or partner availability
•    Exploring double penetration alone or with a partner
•    Increasing the size of an existing penis

Ready to buy a dildo? First, figure out your preferences and needs.

If you plan to use it anally, make sure it has a base. Ready for the most crucial line in the whole article?

If you're going to put it in your butt, it needs a base wider than the thickest part of the dildo. The rectum doesn't have a stopping point like the vagina, so you need something to keep it from going inside entirely.

 

real feel dildos

For some people, the penis is an incredibly erotic symbol. Some people want to wear or be penetrated by something that looks very realistic and affirming to their gender identity or sexual orientation.

Many people don't want something that looks like a penis going into them, and they don't want to wear something that looks like a penis either.

Did you know there are even dildos shaped like swords, tentacles, or big feet?

It's worth mentioning that most realistic dildos have a pronounced head.

This increases the chance of stimulating the G-spot during vaginal intercourse, but if you plan to use it for beginner anal play, you might want to consider something smaller.

Start small. Especially if you plan to use it anally.

The butt is a magnifying glass. No matter how small it looks online, in your hand, or on the store shelf, it will feel bigger.

If you're new to anal penetration, starting with something around 1 inch in diameter at the thickest point. (The Mystic Silk Small Dildo is a good option.)

The same goes for people who are new to vaginal penetration.

Otherwise, if you already know you enjoy girth, you can start with something wider.

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