Your First-Time Dildo Use: Tips For Safe Sexual Exploration

When you buy your first strapless strap-on vibrating dildo or another dildo for personal use, it can be both a thrilling and daunting experience. The reason for dildos in the first place is to enhance the sexual experiences of the user and to help them explore their body more wholly, and a vibrating strapless strap-on dildo can be used for both private use and with a partner.

If you are a newbie to dildos, you're actually of the minority: around seven in 10 people own at least one dildo. This means it's fully in the norm to consider exploring your sexual self and to buy a strapless strap-on vibrating dildo. Here are some tips to use for safe sexual exploration.

Go it alone until you're comfortable

Once you have fully charged and sanitized your strapless strap-on vibrating dildo — your vibrating strapless strap-on dildo should be fully sanitized and dried before and after each use for safety — explore using your body in various ways on your own. This way, you can privately explore your body and see what features of your dildo you like best or at which settings.

Only do what you're physically comfortable with, and if it hurts or provides pressure you don't like, try a different setting or a different position. If you start to feel chaffed or raw when using your dildo, consider using a water-based lube or lube coconut oil to make penetration and vibrating use easier.

Choose a partner you trust

Choose a partner who you know you can trust to use a strapless strap-on vibrating dildo with and choose a safe word when using your dildo with them, regardless of who is using the dildo on whom. Also, make sure you use a condom on your dildo if there is going to be any kind of penetration, including oral. This way, sexually transmitted diseases are less likely to be transferred and skin can be protected against tears or accidental friction while a dildo is in use.

Note: when using condoms on dildos and for other purposes and using lube with them, use water-based lube only. Any type of oil-based lube can potentially damage or break a condom, which can lead to less protection against pregnancy and STDS while using dildos and for penetration of genitalia.

If you are using a dildo for the first time, you can make the experience more successful by doing a few things. The right prep can be beneficial to you. 



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