How to Choose a Dildo — Five Tips You Need to Know

A dildo is a sex toy, often explicitly phallic in appearance, intended for sexual penetration or other sexual activity during masturbation or with sex partners. Dildos can be made from a number of materials and shaped like an erect human penis. There are thousands of dildos in the world and they have various shapes, sizes, colors, and materials. Therefore, with so many dildos, how to choose the best one? You can solve this problem if follow the five tips.

Pick a Size

People love dildos because they can be used as substitutes of real men’s penis. Whether you have a sex partner or not, a dildo is a great way to stay sexually satisfied at all times. Then determining exactly what size dildo to use is the first thing to consider. Although almost everyone wants a dildo that’s bigger and better than the real penis, oversize is not good. So what length is the best size? Most studies showed that a number of women preferred dildos between 7″ and 8″. While women see dildos as substitutes for real men’s genitalia, most also want to experience “more” than what a real man has to offer. Generally speaking, no one wants a dildo smaller than 5.5″. Of course, there are some women liking dildos bigger than 8’’. But as mentioned, the oversize dildos can only make you uncomfortable before you are enjoyable. Selecting one that is between 7″ to 8″ in length to satisfy you.

A Soft Exterior

 

Women’s vaginal walls are very delicate overall. Despite the term “erect penis”, any woman who has touched one before knows that it is actually fairly soft overall. Particularly the head and the upper portions of the penis shaft. That means the roughest sex will not be too harsh on the vagina. The hard exterior feels unnatural and cucumber is an example. In fact, not only should the dildo be soft on the outside, but essentially it should be soft throughout the entirety of the dildo. In other words, the ideal dildo should be squishy to the point of being able to squeeze the dildo and see it compress. A dildo should be felt soft to the touch, to help women fantasize about the real thing. What’s more, a soft dildo tightly fits into the vagina, which maximizes pleasure even further.

Material Concerns

Dildos are made from a variety of materials. If you’re worried about phthalates, you’re going to want to seek out a phthalate-free toy. Especially if you want to use a dildo without a condom. If you plan to sterilize your toy, you’re going to want a non-porous material such as silicone, glass, wood, or stainless steel. If you want a dildo that requires very little external lubricant, you should look for a dildo made of plastic, stainless steel, glass, or wood. If you want something more plush that will bend perfectly with your body, check out dildos made of PVC, silicone, TPR/TPE, or others.

Realistic Features

Lots of women agreed that a dildo that visually looked like the real penis turned them on more than a more generic or vibrant colored dildo. Although a generic colored dildo felt more like a novelty than anything, a realistic-looking dildo was more likely to keep women in the mood for sexual pleasure. And realistic color is easy to get. Rather than a bright pink or blue dildo, the dildo simply needs to be some sort of flesh-colored. As different people like different complexions, the “flesh-color” itself can vary widely, from light-skinned to darker shades of brown. Sex toy manufacturers can even take it a step further by using more intricate color schemes that more accurately represent the look of a real penis. Also, the penis head is a very important part of the penis and you can choose this kind of dildos.

Figure out a Shape

Once you’ve decided how much realism you want, you should decide on the shape you’d like. Do you want your dildo to have a slightly curved tip, to hit the G-spot or p-spot? Do you want a design that tapers from a larger base to a slimmer tip? Do you want the shaft to be curved or entirely straight? Be sure what you want when you purchase a dildo. If you want something for anal sex, a tapered design will help with penetration. For G-spot sensation, a curved tip is going to work best.