Monday, July 31, 2017

Strap Up and Strap-On!

This blog was prepared by Lips'n'Licks in her own personal capacity. The opinions expressed in this article are the author's own.

Lately, I've been noticing a lot of interest from customers when it comes to strap ons. And more surprisingly, it's for women who want to use a strap on and a dildo on their male counterparts. Exciting! It's great that couples are more comfortable exploring new avenues of intercourse but I find that customers are a little lost when it comes to the basics of strap on use. But I'm here to help you strap up and strap on!


Comfort Over Cost


"You get what you pay for -" I'm sure we have all have a piece of evidence that shows how true this motto can be. When it comes to your harness, it's no different. You want to make sure your harness lasts, and that you are comfortable in it. Nothing is worse than a harness that chafes between where the hip and femur bone meet. Look for a harness that has smaller, more triangular pubic area, and be sure that the harness sits right atop the pubic bone, like the King Cock Fit-Rite Harness. Also, as sexual beings, we come in different shapes and sizes, and harness manufacturers have finally taken notice by making plus size harnesses. Now everyone can strap up! So when shopping for that harness, think about your comfort and the items longevity because you'll definitely get what you pay for.

Strap On Add Ons

Now that you have the perfect harness, it's time to find the perfect dildo! At this stage, it's best to shop with your partner since the dildo will be used for them. By shopping together you'll be able to collect accurate information on your partners likes and dislikes as well as what they are will to handle during sex with a strap on. For beginners, I'd recommend starting with a dildo of 4-6 inches, like the Dillio Anal Teaser. If you're a bit more experienced, any one for the King Cock dildos would provide a great experience. Be sure that the dildo you're interested in is harness compatible by assuring that the dildo has a flared base or suction base. The base, as well as "O" rings that come in small, medium or large which you would use depending on the shaft of the dildo, keep the dildo in place during place.



Be Prepared and Start Slow


If you are using a harness for the first time with your male partner, the best advice I can give is to start slow. Even if it isn't your partners first time riding the rodeo, it may be your first time controlling the harness. Go at your own pace while building your comfort level. And , of course, lube up with a suitable, thick anal lube and never forget the toy cleaner for when the deed is done. Have fun!

Lips'n'Licks

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