Dildos are the ultimate do it yourself sex toy when it comes to penetration. One of the best attributes about a dildo is that they are readily available in shapes and sizes that no human does. Downfall to this is that you would think the use of your new dildo come with an instruction manual –  But they don’t. Unlike conventional vibrators a dildo won’t move on its own. In fact – It won’t do anything you don’t actually make it do.

Choose Wisely

Choosing the right dildo for your style and needs is key – especially as dildos only do what YOU make them do. They don’t bring any extra movement or vibration. Size! Just because you can insert up to eight inches of a dildo doesn’t necessarily mean that you have to. If you get something to big for you, no matter how relaxed and committed you are – Ladies it’s NEVER GOING TO WORK.

Pick a shape you like the look of, even take in consideration the colour of your new Dildo. You would be surprised just how excited you actually get when you pick a toy that generally appeases your look and desire. If you are a “beginner” then we would suggest starting off simple and more on the “petite” style. Think of it as a warm up to bigger and better things to come…

Set The Mood

Find yourself a private, relaxed setting. Close the blinds, play some music, even light a few candles to help set the mood. Anyone who has done this before any sexual interaction will know how much of an ambience this sets to help with your mood. Maybe even lock the door to stop sneaky “Susan” from barging in on you getting down to business.

Always remember to use your Dildo with a good quality water-based lubricant. Put the lubricant on the toy and apply to the inside and outside of your body. Applying the lubricant to your body can act as a “warm up” of sorts. The use of lubricant can also help increase arousal/sexual pleasure – making sex so much more fun. As well as help prevent an unnecessary friction/discomfort whilst using your dildo.

Explore Your Depths

There are multiple ways you can explore penetration with your Dildo. Experiment with different angles of insertion and by doing so you may find some spots more pleasurable then others.

Deep Thrusting – as you learn the ins and outs (see what we did there) of your dildo you’ll find this technique is exactly as it sounds. Thrusting, along the entire length of your vagina can help provide intense stimulation especially if your dildo has a different texture.

Short & Shallow – most of your most sensitive nerve endings are at the start of your vagina, so you don’t need to thrust too deep to get the most enjoyment from your toy. Short, rapid strokes also means your dildo isn’t hammering into your cervix causing unnecessary discomfort.

Go Rocking –  Try inserting your Dildo so its facing downwards. Just because your toy is straight doesn’t mean you can’t experiment other motions of entry. Rock your dildo back and forth at an angel – so the tip applies pressure to the bottom of your vagina. Explore your G-spot.

Temperature Play – This is particularly pleasant when using a dildo made from steel or glass. Temperature play is simply the act of changing the temperature of the toy. This can be achieved via sitting the toy in ice, warm water or with a warming lubricant. A cold dildo dragged across the nipples might be a tantalizing sensation, whilst you may find yourself relaxed to try larger toys if the surface of it has been warmed up.

Just Enjoy!

Whether your new dildo is made from sleek steel, divine glass or colourful silicone. There are an array of colours, shapes and sizes, the important thing to remember is to choose which one you believe best suits your needs and desires! Once you purchase one you will no doubt embark on a journey of self exploration through masturbation and orgasms. What’s not to love about that?