How To Use a Double Ended Dildo

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

There’s a double dildo for all desires: if you want to explore penetrative sex with a female partner (vagina to vagina), if you want to experiment with flexible rubber or jelly-like dildos on yourself (vagina to anal), and if you want to want to explore experimental vaginal and anal sex with a female or male partner (anal to anal/vagina). 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!

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, and it’s well worth considering your options and thinking about your double ended dildo’s primary use before shopping.

Most dildos are made from rubber; it’s inexpensive, easy to mould and is also non-porous, which makes it easy to clean. Rubber is also very flexible, so you can bend your toy with ease for self-exploration. If using with a partner, the flexibility will help you both get into a comfortable rhythm with plenty of give and take. Dildos made from silicone and jelly offer similar levels of flexibility. For something a little sturdier, opt for steel or glass dildos. Glass makes beautiful sex toys that can also be heated or cooled for an added sensory element. It is also shatterproof to help make your glass toys outlast your silicon or rubber ones.

Most double dildos vary in size from the 12” Double Dong Jelly (£19.99, kinky.co.uk) up to an impressive 18” Veined Double Header (£29.99, kinky.co.uk). https://www.kinky.co.uk/18-veined-double-header-black.html Size and material are certainly factors, as is the choice of colour and textures. So, whether you are looking for something realistic or covered in delectable bumps and textured detail, there is plenty to choose from.

Using Your Double Dildo

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 water-based lubricant, like Spit to Reactivate Water Based Lubricant (£13.99, kinky.co.uk), to the entire length of the dildo and the area around your vagina/anus, which will reduce the friction.

The different ways to use a double dildo depend on whether you’re 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. Doc Johnson’s Junior Double Header (£16.99, kinky.co.uk) https://www.kinky.co.uk/junior-double-dong.html is designed for beginners: it 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, featuring a slimmer end on one side for easier anal penetration: the King Cock U-Shaped Medium Double Trouble (£24.99, kinky.co.uk) is made from Pipedream’s state-of-the-art rubber for flexibility and comfort. Every vein, every shaft, and every head has been carefully handcrafted with exquisite detail to give you the most realistic and orgasmic experience ever imagined.

If you’re playing together, then you’ll want a double dildo which is a bit firmer like the 18” Veined Double Header (£29.99, kinky.co.uk). 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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