People often get confused about the difference between a dildo and a vibrator. At Sh! we distinguish simply; Any toy with the primary purpose of penetration, we call a ‘dildo’. It can sometimes vibrate, but internal pleasure, rather than vibrating thrills is its main job spec.
Stroked in and out, a perfectly shaped and sized dildo will stimulate the sensitive nerve endings that surround the vaginal and anal entrances and further inside there’s the G-Spot and Prostate to explore. These female and males ‘sweet spots’ offer orgasmic potential that is quite different to clitoral and penile orgasms.
But with so many different types of dildos, which is right type for you?
Whether for solo or partner-play, Sh! Silicone dildos are the best, most versatile dildo you can buy.
Yes, we admit we’re biased! But our artisan range, which is hand-poured in our London studio, using pure silicone means there’s a bespoke, ethically-made dildo for everyone…
Body-safe, sensual and very easy to clean, they can be held in your hand or worn in a strap on harness.
Their wide bases also makes them totally safe to use as dildos for anal play.
Buying a dildo is a very personal choice, of course. ‘One size’ most definitely does NOT fit all and that’s why we make almost 40 different sizes of silicone dildos from petite upwards.
What Size Dildo?
- Width is the most important measurement to get right, as a dildo that’s just too ‘girthy’ will not please.
- Length is less important, as you can always control how far to put it inside.
- If you plan to wear your dildo in a harness, however, you should opt for a longer one than you may think as a couple of usable inches are lost when a dildo is ‘strapped on’
If this is you are a first-time buyer, read up on how to choose your first dildo.
Dildos For Two
Double dildos come in two types: traditional and strapless.
Traditional double-ended dildos are extra-long dildos designed to use with a partner.
There’s a shaft at each end for each of you to enjoy, either vaginally or anally.
You move the double dildo between yourselves using a pull me/push me motion.
A double dildo offers simultaneous voyeuristic and physical pleasures as you both get to see AND experience penetration together.
Strapless dildos are designed for strap on-style sex with a partner, without the need of a harness.
A U-shaped double dildo, featuring one internal (egg-shaped) and one external (longer) dildo.
The “operator” grips the internal dildo inside her (using her PC Muscles) whilst she penetrates her lover with the external dildo.
A strapless dildo is best for subtle moves, rather than wild thrusting, as it doesn’t offer the same security of a dildo worn in a harness.
Dildos To Strap-On
A dildo worn with a harness offers more security & adaptability than a strapless; the harness holds the dildo securely to your body, meaning you can move more freely.
The other advantage is that you can interchange the dildo, up or down-sizing as the fancy (and your dildo collection) takes you…
The dildo is then ready to offer her partner penetrative pleasure, either vaginally or anally.
Dildos worn in a harness must have a flared/wide base to prevent them slipping out of the harness.
A flared base on a dildo is also crucial for safe anal play.
All Sh! silicone dildos are harness compatible and anal safe.
Dildos For Sensation
It’s a weight and firmness that the G-Spot & Prostate respond to really well.
These dildos also feel super sleek and sensual. With just a touch of lube, they simply glide inside with unbelievable ease…
They can also be gently warmed, or chilled, to offer different temperature sensations.
Glass and metal dildos offer unique penetrative pleasure which is very different to a regular dildo and most of our customers who try them, rave about the exquisite sensations they deliver.
Designed to be hand-held, they cannot be worn as strap-on.
So that’s our run down on the main different types of dildos, but we have loads more advice about choosing and using a dildo
Check out these sections to discover more…