How To Use a Double Edged Dildo

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Fancy a dildo but don’t want to leave your partner out of the fun?

Whether you want to enjoy double penetration or share the pleasure with your playmate, there’s a double dildo for all desires. So, whether you’re looking to intensify your BDSM play with stainless steel devices, experiment with pegging, or simply want to enhance your sexual pleasure; a double dildo will give you that level of excitement and satisfaction, and much, much more!

What is a Double-Ended Dildo?

A regular dildo has a typical shape of a man’s penis and has a base, shaft, and, for some, balls at the base; there’s only one end that has the cock’s head and that’s the side that can be inserted inside you for internal pleasure. But, with a double dildo, there is no base like a typical dildo would have. Instead, both ends can be used for solo or couples play, making them completely versatile sex toys to expand your sexual experiences.

What’s So Great About Them?

Besides the ability to give you incredible internal stimulation, they can be used for a variety of sex plays from anal to vaginal. You can use a flexible double dildo for simultaneous anal and vaginal penetration with yourself, or you and your lover can use the dildo for exciting bedroom play.

Types of Dildos

Dildos are like people, they come in all sorts of shapes and sizes! You may want to experiment to discover which of these sex toys, is right for you. Most dildos are made from rubber; it’s inexpensive, easy to mould and is also non-porous, which makes it easy to clean. However, dildos made from silicone, jelly, latex, steel, and glass are also available. Flexible dildos can be used for both solo and couple play, while firmer toys are better suited to couple play.

Size is definitely a consideration; most double dildos vary in size from the 12” Veined Header (€22.96, kinky.ie) up to an impressive 18” Header (€34.44, kinky.ie). Another thing to consider is texture. Do you want something realistic looking/feeling? Or would you rather a toy covered in delectable bumps and raised patterns? It’s all a matter of preference!

Using Your Double Dildo

Double-ended dildos originally started out as sex toys for lesbians. Each woman could insert one end while grinding their lady bits together in the middle. Lesbian couples often used double dildos as strapless strap ons as well. One partner would insert one end in her vagina or mouth while using the other end on her partner. Nowadays, gay and straight couples use double-ended dildos for joint stimulation.

When it comes to using a dildo, the most important thing is to be as comfortable and relaxed as possible – tensing up will make the experience less enjoyable and could end up being quite uncomfortable. Always begin by applying a generous amount of water-based lube to the entire length of the dildo and the area around your vagina/anus, which will reduce any friction.

The technique used depends on whether you are flying solo or if you want to share the fun.

Going solo? Then you’ll want something that’s flexible and easy to get to grips with. The Double Dong Jelly (€22.96, kinky.ie) has a soft and flexible shaft for comfort and versatility. The veiny texture which flows throughout the entire shaft will provide you with non-stop stimulation with every thrust. Due to its length, it may feel a little unwieldy at first, but play with different movements and techniques until it becomes firmer and easier to manage.

Once you’ve covered your toy in lashings of lube, lie on your back, with pillows placed under your hips for support, and spread your legs comfortably. Start by holding the shaft firmly and slowly penetrating the opening of your vagina with the head of the dildo. Bend the other end of the dildo so that it works like a handle and allows you more control.

Alternatively, you can use a double dildo to achieve full double penetration. Bend the dildo into a U shape and, while squatting over the toy, insert one end into the vagina and one end into the anus. There are double dildos that are designed specifically for this purpose, such as the Kick Cock U-Shaped Double Trouble (€28.70, kinky.ie), which features a slimmer end on one side for easier anal penetration.

If you’re playing together, then you’ll want a double dildo which is a bit firmer, such as the 18″ Veined Double Header (€34.44, kinky.ie). When it comes to playing with your partner, it’s all about experimenting. Beginners might prefer kneeling on all fours and backing on to each end of the dildo – this allows each partner to control the pace and depth of the toy. You can also try sitting and facing each other; lean back and insert. Get creative and don’t be afraid to try new positions and techniques!

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