3 Tips for Using a Dildo Alone or With Others

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Ismail Saad
February 4, 2022

You could be asking one of several questions if you’re unsure how to use a dildo. Perhaps you’re trying to figure out how to incorporate a dildo into your masturbation practice. Perhaps you’d like to use a dildo with a partner as a strap-on. Perhaps you’re considering purchasing a dildo but want to brush up on all of its capabilities before making the purchase. No matter what, we’ve got you covered.

Dildos—which, by the way, are phallus-shaped sex toys made for penetration—are a wonderful complement to any sex life, solo or paired. While they’re rather simple to operate, there are a few pointers to bear in mind if you want to stay safe while also getting the most out of the toy. Find out everything you need to know about using a dildo by yourself and with a partner in the sections below.

  1. Pick your dildo carefully.

You can probably skip this step if you already have a dildo! If you don’t have one yet, you’re probably aware that dildos come in a variety of shapes and sizes. It’s an exorbitant amount. There are a few things to consider when picking a dildo: material, size, form, anal-safety, and whether you want to use it freehand or with a harness (meaning, using strap on with a partner, or wear it alone.).

Dildos come in an almost infinite variety of shapes and sizes. Some are more straight, such as the best female dildo in Secret Cherry Malaysia, while others are more curved for G-spot stimulation; some are short, while others are long; some are thick, while others are narrow; and some are more…phallic and lifelike, while others are brightly coloured and have less biological shapes.

Similarly, you have a wide range of materials from which to choose. Most sex toy materials can be divided into two categories: porous materials and nonporous materials. Porous materials have microscopic holes (pores) that can harbour bacteria, fungi, and other contaminants. Nonporous materials are often preferred for dildos, especially those that will be shared with others. Silicone, glass, and metal are examples of nonporous materials (such as gold or stainless steel). If you have a porous dildo, you should either play alone or prepare to use a condom (more on that later).
Finally, your dildo should have a flared base for both anal and strap-on play. That way, it won’t disappear up your buttocks and you’ll be able to tie it in a harness. You might want to choose a toy with a suction cup base for solitary play, as this gives you more options for how you can use it.

  1. And, if you want to use it for strap-on play, pick a harness.

A harness is a piece of clothing on which you attach your dildo in order to penetrate a partner. It usually wraps around your pelvis, securing your dildo where a biological penis would be, but there are also harnesses for your breast, hand, thigh, foot, forehead, and other parts of your body. It all depends on how you want to be able to manage it.

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Harnesses and dildos are sometimes sold together, although most of the time they must be purchased individually. When purchasing a harness, you must consider several criteria, such as style, material, sizing, and dildo compatibility, just as you would when purchasing a dildo. Check out this post for a complete description of everything you need to know about harnesses.

  1. Use a lot of lubricant.

Lube can make any time something enters your body during sex a lot easier and more delightful, according to sexologist and sex educator Goody Howard, M.S.W., M.P.H. All you have to do now is make sure the lube you chose is suitable with your dildo and the condoms you’ll be using with it. The most important thing to remember is that silicone-based lubes should not be used with silicone toys since they will destroy the material, while oil-based lubes will degrade condoms and leave them useless.