Shopping For Your First Dildo

Shopping For Your First Dildo – A Comprehensive Guide

Why should I purchase a dildo? It was a question I asked myself when I first discovered sex toys. As one of the 75% of women who can’t reach orgasm from penetration alone, I couldn’t see the appeal. Sure, I loved having sex with my partner, but it was the connection we shared during the act that aroused me the most. A dildo couldn’t replicate the thrust of his hips or the hungry look in his eyes. It couldn’t pull me in close and growl breathlessly in my ear. For a long time, I chose vibrating sex toys as I could use them to stimulate my clitoris in an intense and unique way. I just couldn’t justify spending my hard earned money on a product that I assumed wouldn’t satisfy me.

I got the opportunity to try my first dildo when I was sent a couple for review. As expected, I couldn’t reach orgasm when I used the dildos alone, but they opened my eyes to a whole new world of sexual pleasure. Using dildos, I discovered my g-spot and learned how to squirt. When I combined my dildos with a clitoral vibrator, I experienced the first of many intense, blended orgasms. The dildo taught me a lot about my body and the kind of stimulation I enjoyed most. I would pass this information to my partner and together we would have mind-blowing new experiences.

I hadn’t anticipated how versatile the dildo could be. The shape, size, texture and material all have an impact on how the dildo will feel during use, so how do you decide which one would suit you best? In the following guide, we will take a look at all the things you should consider when you go shopping for your first dildo.

Size is one of the most important factors to consider when shopping for a new dildo. You don’t want your new toy to languish at the back of your underwear drawer because it is too big to insert or too small to enjoy. The length and the circumference of the dildo will have a significant impact on how it feels during use, so take some time to consider what size would suit you best. You can use a tape measure and your fingers/partner’s penis as a guide. If you are shopping for a partner (especially if they are new to sex toys), err on the side of caution and opt for a moderately sized dildo.

Materials:

The materials used to create sex toys are not created equal. Some are built to last a lifetime (and more) while others will deteriorate quite quickly. Let’s take a look at some of the most common sex toy materials and discuss the advantages and disadvantages of each.

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