Dildos Guide

When it comes to simple penetration, nothing fills you up like a dildo!

Dildos are sex toys that specialize in vaginal and anal penetration. These sex toys are traditionally shaped like a cylinder with a pointed tip and streamlined body for easy penetration. Unlike vibrators, dildos do not have a motorized component – so you never have to worry about running out of power when you’re about to cum!

One of the earliest sex toys, dildos have been around for thousands and thousands of years and have been found in archaeological sites worldwide. Early dildos were carved from ivory, wood or stone and some intended for the wealthy and powerful were even decorated with gold and jewels. Dildos today are made from a wide range of materials – including rubber, jelly, silicone, wood, TPE, TPR, glass and metal.

Modern-day dildos have also evolved from the simplistic cylindrical designs of the past into several different sub-types. Double dildos are basically two dildos joined together in the center. Made as a lesbian sex toy, double dildos allow two sex partners to use the toy together at the same time. Some dildos focus on form as much as function, balancing ergonomic design with unworldly beauty to create a work of art that doubles as a sex toy. Realistic dildos are as like-like as possible, with veins running up and down the shaft, balls in the base and a penis-shaped tip. Many realistic dildos are even based on molds taken from male porn stars.

Dildos also come with a number of special features to help increase your pleasure. The suction cup, in particular, is one of the most common features. The suction cup lets you stick the dildo to most smooth, flat surfaces so you can use it in a wide range of positions and places while leaving your hands free for other activities. Additionally, many dildos have a textured shaft in the form of pleasure bumps, ridges and ribs to rub and massage you with every movement.

If you want to learn more about dildos as well as other sex toys, check out some of the other articles in the Adam & Eve Buyer’s Guide.

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