Which is better for beginners: bendy or firm??

Dash Dash
i've been considering buying a dildo--i'm a first timer--and one of the big differences i see is between the more flexible ones, like silicone, and the ones that are really inflexible--glass, for example. i think i've heard that more flexible ones can be harder to insert, but they seem like they'd be more comfortable. any advice on which would be a good place to start? thanks a ton!
02/23/2013
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rihanne rihanne
Quote:
Originally posted by Dash
i've been considering buying a dildo--i'm a first timer--and one of the big differences i see is between the more flexible ones, like silicone, and the ones that are really inflexible--glass, for example. i think i've heard that more ... More
i think firm.
02/24/2013
C&K0143 C&K0143
Quote:
Originally posted by Dash
i've been considering buying a dildo--i'm a first timer--and one of the big differences i see is between the more flexible ones, like silicone, and the ones that are really inflexible--glass, for example. i think i've heard that more ... More
Personally, I say flexible. Materials like silicone are much easier to accommodate than say glass or steel. They have give, flexibility, and will offer you far more options in terms of size, shape, texture, etc. If this is going to be for vaginal use, you won't have any problem with insertion unless you buy some monster that only the most advanced size queens can fit. If your thinking anal, you can go more firm silicone or no-give glass/steel with little trouble. - K
07/27/2013
RonLee RonLee
Everyone is unique. You may have to purchase and try several different ones to learn just what you like. As long as you have the financial resources to spend that in itself can be fun. But please don't blow the rent money on toys. Over the years I've spent well over a thousand bucks on various toys, some of which were used once and never again... trial and error.
Additionally, your taste in what you like very well may change over time. The fun is also in the journey not just the destination.
07/27/2013
PrincessJones PrincessJones
I started with the bendy ones so I could learn the angle and position I liked the best
10/26/2013
Slutty Girl Problems Slutty Girl Problems
I agree everyone is unique! Try a few and see what you like. I prefer less rigid materials, personally!
10/26/2013
CinnamonNights CinnamonNights
I'd personally recommend the middle ground: Something that has a bit of give but isn't floppy. Though to pick one or the other: I think overly firm toys like glass may not be good for most beginners, but as Slutty Girl Problems says everyone is unique.
10/27/2013
Thumper Logic Thumper Logic
Quote:
Originally posted by Dash
i've been considering buying a dildo--i'm a first timer--and one of the big differences i see is between the more flexible ones, like silicone, and the ones that are really inflexible--glass, for example. i think i've heard that more ... More
My first dildo was silicone, and I think it gives you a springboard to see if you want firmer toys. Not everybody's body plays nicely with hard lines found in firmer toys, so I would suggest you start with a bit more forgiveness, for lack of a better word.
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