Why is glass better?

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04/16/2013
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Contributor: GingerAnn GingerAnn
Captivating topic discussions on Glass dildo:

Glass or plastic?
Is glass better than plastic? Which one do your prefer?

Glass, Safe to boil or not?
I have heard different things on the safety of using boiling as a way of cleaning glass. I personally use soap and water as I am the only one using...

Ceramic and Talc
I was watching How It's Made today, and I noticed something interesting. They were making ceramic tiles, and one of the ingredients in ceramic...

How do the glass dongs feel?
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Which Textured Glass Dildo Would You Choose...Why?
I have a very small glass collection that I'm looking to expand upon. I like texture. Which of these 5 would you choose and why? If you own one or.
04/16/2013
Contributor: Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
It's not better - it's different - and we like the temperature and texture options available. But we also love silicone and stainless steel.
04/16/2013
Contributor: karenm karenm
Glass is worth trying if you are interested in it. It has no drag so you don't need much lube, and it is very durable and easy to clean. It also retains temperature, which is nice.

I would say it is very different from softer materials like silicone because it allows for hard and direct pressure (like on the g-spot or p-spot). And the hardness of the material makes for different sensations.

But, as Gunsmoke said, no material is better. It is all a matter of preference.
04/16/2013
Contributor: Lildrummrgurl7 Lildrummrgurl7
I prefer glass over any material so it is a matter of preference. But glass is hypo-allergenic, latex free, phthalate free, non-porous, and completely body safe. It can be shared between partners because it can be fully sanitized by boiling. You can use glass for temperature play. I even have a couple of glass dildos that are great for body massages.

Plus, it's borosilicate glass so it is HIGHLY unlikely to break with normal care and use so there's no reason to be afraid of glass.
04/16/2013
Contributor: j765432 j765432
Thanks for the information.
04/20/2013
Contributor: steelaster steelaster
I am always nervous about glass, how unlikely is it to break?
04/24/2013
Contributor: JDear JDear
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I am always nervous about glass, how unlikely is it to break?
I have never had a glass toy break or seen a broken one (I work at a sex shop.)

I like glass because it's firm and I need a lot of pressure on my g-spot.
04/24/2013
Contributor: Jessica Kay Jessica Kay
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Originally posted by j765432
Why is glass better?
Its very smooth and you can put it in the freezer and the feeling when you use it on yourself is just wonderful
04/28/2013
Contributor: Woman China Woman China
I personally like glass and metal toys over wood and silicone toys simply because they are heavier and unforgiving. I like how heavy they are and make their presence known while applying pressure on various fun spots.

For me, I prefer silicone luxury vibrators, glass and steel dildos. One of these days they'll actually make a good motor in a glass or steel toy and I'd be in heaven!!!

If you've questions or doubts about glass toys, I'd suggest saving your points to get a glass toys and trying it out. You'll never know until you try it!!
04/28/2013