There are so many types of dildos on the market, so many sizes, shapes, figures, colors, that no matter what taste you have concerning the toy with which you’d want to anally penetrate your girlfriend or wife, you’re still covered. There are dildos that look exactly like a penis, or like an elephant’s trunk, or like a fisted hand, a caterpillar, or even a dolphin.
Material wise, you have three choices to pick from: silicone, latex, or vinyl. Again, my advice is to stick with the silicone based dildos, because they have so many safety points on their side that it’s simply not worth the risk.
If you want a terrific anal adventure for your lady, choose a dildo that curves up from the base, because it suits perfectly the natural curve of the rectum, therefore it will be much easier to insert it.
“The best sex I ever had was with my vibrator,” said Eva Longoria. I’m sure there’s a little bit of exaggeration in that, but it’s still pretty true. If you know how to use it and where to vibrate, it can send you in the seventh heaven of orgasm pleasure, if such a place were to really exist.
I know men tend to feel a tad threatened by women’s enthusiasm for this type of toy, but, my darling, don’t do the same! If you choose not to deny her of this pleasure, she’ll open the doors to each centimeter of her body, without regrets.
So, before creating you private little shopping list, make sure you know what you are looking for. Here’s what you have to know before heading out and buying the first vibrator that comes to hand:
- Do you want to use it for external stimulation, internal stimulation or both at the same time?
- Ask her about shape, size color. Some women prefer vibrators that look exactly like a penis; others, on the contrary, wish for something completely and utterly different.
- Do you want one that you can strap to your body or one that you can handle just with your hands?
- What about the type of material? The ones made of strong plastic provide a much more intense stimulation and are easier to clean, but they’re louder and easily broken if dropped. Softer ones are milder in terms of noise, but harder to clean, because they’re usually porous. The best option: silicone rubber! Although they are a bit more expensive, it’s a profitable investment.
Myth: “Vibrators disturb the sensitive skin in the anus and can cause harm during anal sex.”
Truth: Vibrators actually relax the anal sphincters, so there is absolutely nothing to worry about.