Concerned about Fling's circumference . . .

MissCupcake MissCupcake
Fling ergonomic two finger
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So I have trouble with larger toys, did anyone find that the size of this toy was uncomfortable for them? I'd really love to try it, but for the price, I need to make sure it isn't going to be uncomfortable to use.

Thanks!
06/13/2012
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Ryuson Ryuson
I personally can't stand toys with a lot of girth, hence why I've been avoiding it. Even with the thought of having it be too large for me I don't think that it's worth the risk.

Something I may suggest is finding a similar toy that just happens to be cheaper, that way you can see if you'd even be able to thrust with it the way you want to!
06/13/2012
Girly Juice Girly Juice
I just received my Fling today. I normally consider myself to have a smaller-than-average vag - for example, I recently had to totally give up on a dildo (the Jollies Jollet) that was firm silicone and 1.8" in diameter because it just wouldn't fit inside me. Every time I tried, I encountered intense pain and had to stop, even with tons of lube.

The Fling, for some reason, is different. I lubed it up and it hurt a tiny bit as I pushed it in, but then it slid right in and nestled comfortably inside me. I had no issues with it.

I think the difference is that the Fling's bulb is rounded and its neck is much thinner. This means that the pain and strain of inserting the thickness only lasts for a few seconds, and then it's in. (The deeper part of the vagina can handle more girth than the opening can.)

Hope that helps!
06/14/2012
MissCupcake MissCupcake
So I ended up buying it. I haven't fully decided if I like it or hate it. Girly Juice: You are right about it not hurting once it's in, and since it's so sleek, it is easier to insert than I expected.

There is one thing which may help me make up my mind--my ObGyn suggested that I try a vaginal dilator before intercourse to prevent further tearing (which has occurred repeatedly with my partner), and this toy could possibly be that segue, since the circumference is only slightly smaller than my partner is. I just haven't tried it for that purpose yet.

I realize vaginal tearing probably isn't that common, but I'd be interested to find out if anyone tried something that worked in that manner? I ask because I'm getting frustrated and beginning to fear sex and that's what has led me to this site, in an effort to try something less conventional than plenty of lube and lots of foreplay.

Thanks in advance for any help!
06/18/2012
Girly Juice Girly Juice
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Originally posted by MissCupcake
So I ended up buying it. I haven't fully decided if I like it or hate it. Girly Juice: You are right about it not hurting once it's in, and since it's so sleek, it is easier to insert than I expected.

There is one thing which may ... More
I haven't experienced tearing, but intercourse is sometimes painful for me initially, and I find that warming up with a toy first is a great help. (e.g. Having my boyfriend use a dildo on me while going down on me as part of foreplay)

They have vaginal dilator sets here on EF that are supposed to be great.

Good luck! *hugs*
06/18/2012
bettle590 bettle590
it looks painful to me, only because I have the doc johnson slender, which is firm silicone and has a bulbous tip maybe 2/3 that diameter, and that hurts for a second when inserting. I'm sure it's comfortable once inside though.
10/30/2012
ashboo32 ashboo32
i agree, i don't think its going to be as bad as others bc of the reasons stated above. i really want this one!
01/13/2013
Shade Shade
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Originally posted by MissCupcake
So I have trouble with larger toys, did anyone find that the size of this toy was uncomfortable for them? I'd really love to try it, but for the price, I need to make sure it isn't going to be uncomfortable to use.

Thanks!
Compared to the Lola, or some LELO toys, the girth is the same, so, I would say if you're not used to pretty thick toys, you're not going to like this one. Count on it.
01/30/2013
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