Feelin’ my Dildo.

11 Jun 2010 by admin, No Comments »

It may be difficult to know what a dildo feels like just by looking at the picture. Most dildos look solid although you;d be surprised to know that many of them have different textures and feels. Some can be squishy when you squeeze it, others can be floppy and bend even without you moving it about. Some are more solid and rigid and some might look real but do they really feel real?

When shopping for a dildo, I would say that a good rule of thumb is that if it looks real, chances are it feels real. This only makes common sense. It’s sculpted like a penis then you know it feel like a penis. The difference lies within the material it;s made of. In my opinion, solid rubber penis dildos feel just as real as floppy silicone penis dildos. A penis is both hard and soft so these sex toys replicate that quite well. My biggest tip for making it feel lifelike is to use warming lubricant. The real penis is very warm and dildos tend to be cold. Warm it up first by putting it in aa bucket of hot (but not too hot) water and also use warming lubricant. I do both and them you can really fall away into a real man sex fantasy.

Rubber dildo can be of different consistencies. Doc Johnson dildo are on average the softest rubber dildos. Tpoco rubber dildos tend to be fore firm. I like the Doc Johnson dildos better because theory are much ore soft and floppy. Another brand tends to be more solid – and larger too. If you want a life like feeling dildo, looks for the classic dildos in about a 6 or 7 inch length, the girth is more life like and the material is softer. I also noticed that Doc Johnson dildos are much cheaper then Topco dildos. The ribbed shaft is quite life like and the head is great. These are my favorite dildos and I recommend them, as pictured below.

Here is what a Doc Johnson dildo looks like:

Silicone dildos are very comparable to jelly, the main difference being that some people are concerned about phthalates which is a chemical that is used to soften jelly. It can be toxic if exposed to much if it, although i think that the researchers and people;e have went a little too far on this, I think that as long as you wash yourself and don’t leave the sex toy inside your pussy for long periods of time (like who would anyway?) then it’d fine.

Since the 60’s or 70’s women have been using these dildo and there has been no adverse reaction and all of a sudden in this chemical age, people worry about chemicals. It’s the same as suntan lotion. Once upon a time, there were no worries and all of a sudden, it’sĀ and thing for you. Who really knows but all can say on the topic is that jelly costs way less then silicone so I’ll stick with jelly sex toy for now, thank you very much.

The point the matter is that solid dildos and soft sex toys all feel great, so I would say to get one of each and then you can have all your bases covered. It’s nice to have some variety anyway that way you can have a different sensation and it;s not always the same feeling every time you want to pleasure yourself. Get different dildos and associate them with different fantastic to make the best of the orgasmic experience and you will love your sex toy.

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