Which glass or metal toy is the safest for thrusting?

RememberMe RememberMe
Which glass or metal toy is the safest for thrusting?
11/21/2012
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travelnurse travelnurse
I really wouldn't say any are. You have to have good communication with your partner. I have even had short glass, the reflections hope get a little uncomfortable with thrusting.
11/21/2012
Gracie Gracie
I prefer a rounded tip rather than the pointy kind. With all glass and metal toys you or your partner have to be careful and go slow. I think the sensations are worth it though! I advise practicing your communication using silicone toys and then advancing to glass and metal when you are comfortable. Like travelnurse says good communication is very important!
11/21/2012
ToyGeek ToyGeek
With glass and metal toys, the safety is in the method, not the design.
11/21/2012
RememberMe RememberMe
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Which glass or metal toy is the safest for thrusting?
Thanks for the input.
11/22/2012
kendra30752 kendra30752
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Originally posted by RememberMe
Which glass or metal toy is the safest for thrusting?
Hmmm... Well this really depends. Safest as in not long or girthy enough to injure your insides? I have a few suggestions. What about texture though? Are you asking from a beginner's experience?

Here are some of my suggestions:

The first one I'd recommend is the [linkRotator]. Seems a bit much, but honestly, it's not. This was my very first glass toy and I adored it and still do. It's short enough that it can't bruise or injure your cervix, even if you get carried away thrusting. It has a bulbous head that grazes my g-spot (may not on everybody though), and it has a small girth as well as pointy tip, which means in terms of size- it's very beginner friendly.

The only thing that may deter a beginner from the Rotator is the swirls. For me, I love texture, but they can get aggravating if I thrust vigorously for some time with it. Otherwise, I highly recommend this one.

I think it's out of stock right now, but hey. You can wishlist it for later.


Secondly, perhaps the Mini Pocket Rocket since it's got no texture, seems small and has a slight curve with bulbous end for a little g-spot stimulation.

And then, the Ruby Gif you are definitely looking for a g-spotter, perhaps this one would suffice since it's straight, with the g-spot hooked end, but is narrow-looking and texture-free. Looks pretty simple to me.

Or:



Sasha Grey Wand

The Sasha Grey wand looks perfectly beginner-friendly since it's sleek, narrow-looking and also textureless, but has double ends -- one with a more defined ball for g-spotting and one with a subtle ball. A curvy middle too. This one may be long enough that you'd want to be careful not to jam inside, but it really looks nice for a beginner since you have two different ends to try and get a feel for what ya like.


Maybe Icicles No. 10? It has a narrow, straight end that would be good for simplicity, and then a bubbly textured end for in case you want to try something with texture. The double-enders are a great way to get an idea of what you like best and have sort of a two-in-one. I almost always go for double-enders.

Also, this toy reminds me a tiny bit of the Passion Wand I think's the name of it. EF used to carry it but discontinued a week after I bought it! It has a bubble or stacked ball end and then an end with just a ball for g-spotting. I adore that wand more than any other of glass toy I own, and Icicles No10 is a sort of smaller, less pronounced version of it, in my opinion.

Here's Icicles No 10:


A lot of the glass wands are simply long. It's hard to find a really short one like the Rotator, so if you're seriously looking for short length only, your best bet may be the Rotator, but I don't think it's THAT easy to injure yourself while thrusting. I'm just saying this because I am able to thrust like mad and go pretty wild with glass and have never experienced an injury or real problems with glass. I do enjoy cervical stimulation though, so maybe that is why. But the glass toys aren't that much harder (if any) to control how far you thrust than any other material.

Well I hope this was helpful. Let us know more about your prefs if you want and maybe we'll be able to be more helpful.
11/22/2012
Girly Juice Girly Juice
As others have said, with firm materials, safety is about how the toy is used, not the toy's qualities itself... but I've found it's nearly impossible for me to hit my cervix with the Pure Wand, because of its extreme curve.
11/22/2012
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