A Lesbian Guide to Strapon Dildos

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A lot of people use strapons in their sex lives, including heterosexual couples who like to mix things up when it comes to who is penetrating whom. Of course, this can make it more difficult for lesbians to find the best strapons for their own needs, and their preferences in terms of look, size and feel, as they often have to navigate a market full of products designed for straight people.

Luckily, the market for strapons for lesbians has become much more aligned with what lesbians actually want, thanks to companies like Wet For Her which have their strapons and other sex products designed and sold by lesbians, for lesbians. This makes choosing from a range designed exclusively for women the best way to go, and strapons by Wet For Her are a great choice to get you started with enjoying the very best strapons in bed.

 

  • All About Dildos

 

Dildos should not be confused with vibrators, although vibrators can be used with strap on harnesses too in many cases. A dildo is a stationary object designed to be used for vaginal or anal penetration and does not require batteries or wires. The movement when using a dildo all comes from the person or people controlling it, whether by holding it, or by strapping it on to create the effect of a penis. If you’re a beginner you may want to look into a guide for more

 

  • Do They Have to Look Like Male Penises?

 

Some dildos are designed to look and feel as much like a penis as possible, even down to vein details, whereas others only resemble penises in terms of shape. These come in a variety of appealing colors, sizes and textures. It is really down to you whether you want an anatomically realistic dildo or something that is merely phallic in shape and has a look you like. Lesbians who want a strapon that doesn’t remind them of a male penis at all visually will find plenty of choice.

 

  • What Do You Need to Buy to Get Started with Strapons?

 

When you shop for strapons by Wet For Her, what you essentially need is a harness that allows one partner to wear the strapon, and at least one dildo. You may also want to use a water-based lubricant, which will be safe with most types of dildo and won’t cause allergies or irritation in your most sensitive areas. If you have a dildo that cannot be boiled between uses to keep it clean and safe, then you should also buy condoms to use over the toy. Most people can use latex condoms, but if you have an allergy to latex, other types are available.

Harnesses come in a range of styles from boyish boxer short type designs to pretty lingerie, and the ones you’ll find at Wet For Her have an elastic o-ring that will fit securely around any size of dildo.

 

  • Choosing Dildos

 

Choosing size and design is important. You can gauge what size range feels best to you by comparing with your fingers. If you have never had penetrative sex before, it is best to start with the smallest size.

If you want to use strapons anally, be sure to buy dildos designed for this purpose as they tend to have a tapered shape and smaller size to make this more comfortable and enjoyable. For safety reasons, do not use the same dildo for vaginal and anal play without boiling it between uses. Silicon dildos, which are the best in terms of quality and performance, can generally be boiled after use though you should always follow the manufacturer’s guidelines for your chosen product.

Hopefully this has helped you figure out what you need to start shopping for if you are keen to introduce strapons into your sex life! There are plenty and tips and tricks out there, for more information click here.

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