Do women prefer their sex toys (dildos) larger than their partner?
Is bigger, in fact, better? It’s a fair question, and you definitely are not the first to ask it. There are a bunch of factors to take into consideration, so take a deep breath and relax as we dive deep into this question attempting to make some pretty juicy points. Strap in, and enjoy the ride.
First and foremost, the answer is contingent on the size of the penis in question. Men’s Health reports that an average erect penis is between 5 and 6 inches in length. If you’re packing somewhere around this range, you’re in luck and you’re average. If not, don’t lose all hope just yet because there’s more to the equation. Men’s Health also reports that an erect penis measures between 4 and 5 inches around in terms of girth. If thickness is not one of your strong suits, there’s still no need to panic because you in fact still have a penis, and that penis, regardless of size, still offers pleasure.
Maybe it’s a matter of your partner just wanting to try something new. Bringing sex toys into the bedroom does not necessarily mean something is lacking. Maybe it’s time to switch things up and take a ride on the wild side. It’s good to have the whole “don’t knock it until you try it” attitude because you really could be missing out on something spectacular. Sex toys are exactly that, toys. While a dog could have a favorite toy, chances are they play with more than one. Sex toys are no different. Sure, there’s your favorite, but you‘re meant to have a selection to choose from because enjoyment is often circumstantial based on things like mood, cravings or maybe a desire for something a little different.
Next, let’s talk logistics. In the case of a dildo, it’s all about having a good grip. Allowing enough room to get a good handle of things adds to the size needed. Don’t take it personally, though, because it’s not like she’s putting the entire thing inside of her. The most popular dildos measure anywhere from 6 to 8 inches. Taken all we’ve discussed so far, this makes a lot of sense. On another note, a giant penis can be quite painful. In this case, she may not be loving the shoving. Expert tip: Being on top allows her more control of speed and depth.
Now let’s talk about quality over quantity. No matter how much a dildo looks like a partner’s and feels like a partner’s, it is, in fact, not a partner’s. For a lot of women, that “human” aspect is what makes all the difference. After all, she’s your partner for a reason. Keep in mind, too, that a woman probably prefers someone with a smaller penis that knows how to use it as opposed to someone with a massive cock that may as well be a virgin.
The takeaway here is that there’s no one-size-fits-all dildo. It’s important to experiment for yourself to find what exactly works for you and/or your partner. There’s a lot more to choosing a partner than simply the size of a penis. If that were the case, women would be using dildos and only dildos for the rest of their lives. Realize what you have to offer, inside and outside the sac, and have confidence in it. As always, have fun out there!
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