Maybe it's because there's no reason to restrict them to the usual dimensions of real life. If there's a demand for big toys (and clearly there is) why not make them?
Personally, I like variety. While I wouldn't really want to date a guy who had a penis as big as my biggest dildo, it sure is fun to play with something that size every once and a while.
Not all toys are unreasonably large, either. One of my all-time favorite dildos is the O2 Mark, and it happens to be the same size of my boyfriend's penis.
Lots of toys are made with smaller-than-average dimensions as well. It's a whole spectrum, you can't just focus on the huge toys and think that's all there is out there. Some people like big ones, some people don't, and there's no reason not to indulge the desire for a pornstar-sized wang now and again if one falls into the former category.
They don't need to be natural size or natural shape, so the imagination is free to roam. If you want to try something absurdly large then you can go ahead and give it a go, or if you want something that is bumpy in just the right places you can try that, too.
I think it's the same reason others have mentioned - the designers imagination is the only limitation, so why not have some fun?
But since I tend to have teensy anatomy, I can attest that there are plenty of smaller dildos out there. The Tantus small silk is great, the Happy Valley Slim Jim is quite average, the VixSkin Tex is nice (although too realistic for me - not my thing), and the Sportsheets Sedeux line is all fairly 'average' as well.
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What everyone else says. but it does make me wonder how many men versus women are involved in design these things and which gender would create the larger dildo when asked, random thought.
I enjoy watching my wife ride a big dildo and her biggest enjoyment is me giving it to her When I tag myself in for the finish I can feel her throbbing and we both enjoy it a lot.
So, I would venture to guess there are several "male" dildo designers as most of us who are very comfortable with our size/partner we don't mind a little fun thrown into the mix.
Probably a mix of what everyone's said already: it's what the companies think will sell, it can be fun to go beyond the average limits, and some women genuinely enjoy the larger sizes.
There might also be another aspect at work here: it's still not unusual to find a person who believes that bigger will be better simply because that's what society-at-large believes. Many people don't explore their sexuality and preferences to the same extent that a toy enthusiast will. I used to think I was abnormal for preferring smaller toys, but thankfully I've learned there's nothing wrong with it.
To me it's just proof that 'the size doesn't matter' front I hear so much, is just that, a front. My wife would never admit that she'd like it if I were larger - especially girthier - but when I see the orgasms she has with her larger toys, I know the real story.
I can't do anything about it - I have what I have and do the best that I can - but don't kid yourself - size matters.
In my opinion, the reason some toys are bigger than average is because that's all they have going for them. They have nothing a real man has, and can't do what a man/partner can do, so they have to rely on their size to get the job done. And personally, I do not want a gigantic dildo all the time (it can get painful), so a variety of sizes is really nice.
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I don't understand why model penises or dildos are so large compared to dicks in real life.
women design these things or at leawst give input from my experience 8 out of ten women prefer large to huge so wondering whyy the r so big the answer is womens prefer that and cant find that many men who fit the bill