Which of the 10-inch, 8-inch, and 6-inch dildos is best for your vagina?

Loving the wrong person could be a waste of life, and for people, there will be a second mistake, which is that choosing the wrong dildo could be a waste of money. Buying one that is too small or too big for you is not going to give you the satisfaction that you’re looking for. Choosing the right one is essential to staying happy in your sex life. Since you've got a lot of choices to make the consideration that intended for insertion, so how do you know which one might be best for you?

And above all the measurements, first, you need to ask yourself: Which body part do you hope to maximize the pleasure on? Different dildos are designed to stimulate different parts of your body, if you’re looking to stimulate your prostate, buying a straight, fat, dildo just isn’t going to work as well as a dildo designed specifically for reaching the prostate. The opposite is also true. If your main goal for buying a dildo is for anal orgasm, a prostate stimulator isn’t going to make you feel much good or even worse because there are many more factors to take into account, such as:

  • Are you into fast thrusts straight in and out?
  • Do you prefer a realistic size and shape?
  • Is there a certain feature you absolutely must have?
  • …….

Dildos come in every size from the demure beginner extending to the 12 inches like a forearm. As with any sex toy, you might buy a few mistakes before finding your best. Making the right choice about what will work for your body can be overwhelming, but don’t worry, if you feel fret by all the categories and if you are unsure about the kind that you need. Here is a very detailed guide to get you started, we list all the questions one by one and let us resolve the confusion for you.

1. What pleasure am I looking for exactly?
      2. What’s the difference among the size?
      • 5.5 inches
      • 6 inches
      • 6.5 inches
      • 7 inches
      • 8 inches
      • 10 inches
      • Big dildo
      3. Size matters but bigger is not always better

       

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      What pleasure am I looking for exactly?

      Here are some ways that people use dildos:

      • Women use dildos during masturbation when they want the feeling of vaginal penetration.
      • Women and men use dildos for anal penetration during self-pleasuring.
      • Women use dildos to penetrate female or male partners.
      • Women use dildos to therapeutically massage their vaginal walls, to keep them healthy, or bring them back to health.
      • Men use dildos with female or male partners to provide penetration independent of an erection.

      If you buy the dildo for vaginal use, most people will begin with the little size and gradually size up. If you have a vibrating dildo, you might be able to grind on it at an angle where you hit your G-spot and your clitoris. Because a pronounced ridge at the head of a dildo (or even just a larger, bulbous head like that) could "catch" on the pubic bone while thrusting, this is commonly noticed more often with very firm dildos. In the world of sex toys, anything is possible.

      If the dildo is meant for anal use, it must have a flared base or balls. The butt can suction up a great many things, even larger items, and require emergency care for removal. If you're using the dildo for anal play, consider keeping it just for your butt and your butt only.

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      What’s the difference among the size?

      Basically, dildos tend to be sized into two different ways: Length and diameter (sometimes referred to as width), and length and girth (sometimes referred to as circumference). Make sure when you’re shopping for the first dildo that you don’t confuse diameter and circumference or you may be in a pretty shock when you get the sex toy delivery. As you can see in the picture below, diameter refers to the distance across the dildo at its widest point. The circumference is the size measured around the dildo.      Length and diameter of didlos


      And after we understand these two aspects, we go to the next concept: Insertable length or usable length. When we talk about length, we’re either talking about the total length of the dildo, which may include the flared base and testicles, or how much of the dildo is usable. A dildo with a large base and testicles may be listed as a certain length, but only some of the dildo may be insertable.

      The usable length in a dildo is not counting the base, or handle as they steal a few inches. If you feel a little confused by the length of a dildo, as you have to keep the design in mind, in combination with the texture and girth. The length of a penis is measured from the pubic bone to the tip of the gland, simply because you cannot insert more of it than so. Don’t worry, if you are unfamiliar with the concept of digital, you can look up an online calculator and do the math. And here we list the most common 6 types of size to clear out the confusion in selecting.

      5.5 inches (13.97cm)

      According to medical research, the average dildo size is much bigger than the average penis which stands at 5.16" (13.1 cm). 21% longer, in fact. But there is a lot less difference when comparing the circumference. Many people may have thought that dildos seem to have larger sizes than real penises, and this is only because some people do seek and want a bigger dildo to play. The size of the dildo helps determine the type of sexy fun people will have and how good it will feel.

      Not everyone goes over the 20 cm penis, and some people really need and enjoy smaller and thinner dildos. The size of the dildo is important, but not always in all the way. If you're a beginner, we recommend starting out with a 5.5" dildo that's more similar to an average size penis. The perfect size for beginners or anal penetration. An 5.5" dildo (full length) might only have a 3.5" insertable length.

      6 inches (15.24 cm)

      The length of 6-inch dildos is the most popular size compared to the average penis size of 5.16", which is great for those who like an average size cock. It's not too big, but it's definitely not too small, either. The reality is that many realistic-shaped dildos are quite large and are much larger than most real-life penises. A 6" dildo (full length) might only have a 4" insertable length. Here is a picture which is the pure length of comparison below, the dildo without a base so that you can understand it more clearly.

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      6.5 inches (16.51 cm)

      When your vagina is “too small” or “ not big” for now, if some dildos may be too short, which means they will overlook the important G-spot that many women yearn to stimulate in their vaginas. If you’re not sure what the right size is for you, stay with a medium-sized dildo. Most bodies can accommodate the average penis without any problem, so a dildo of the medium size is a good starting point. A 6.5" dildo (full length) might only have a 4.5" insertable length.

      7 inches (17.78 cm)

      Well, a penis might be appearing visually more handsome in certain light and angles. It’s anyhow rarer than the ubiquitous dildos sized from 7" and beyond. Using the solid dildo could reach the length, but making sure that it suits yourself correctly can make all the difference. These come in a range of circumference sizes that begin around 2 to 3" and go up to between 6 and 7". A 7" dildo (full length) might only have a 5" insertable length.

      8 inches (20.32 cm)

      An 8" dildo (length) might only have a 6" insertable length. If you can take 7" without shedding a tear, you may want to consider an 8"-9" dildo so that you can get the most pleasure from your new toy. There’s nothing worse than buying a dildo on a whim and then realizing it won’t reach where you want it to.

      10 inches (25.4 cm) 

      When determining the length of your new dildo you may want to take into consideration that bigger may not always be better. If your last partner of 7" was more than you could take there is no sense in buying a 10" dildo, with realistic balls and a suction cup base if you’re not going to be able to get all of it in. It would be better to look at buying a smaller dildo with a suction cup base that you can use as intended and that will still fit into you comfortably without bottoming out with two inches left. But if the previous one is near 10'', it would be nice to get the new 10'' toy.

      One more thing to take into consideration with regards to length is how the dildo is designed. Just because a dildo is 10" long doesn’t mean that there are 10 insertable inches. Some dildos are designed with lifelike balls to stimulate your perineum while you’re riding on top of it. Huge dildos may say they are 10" long, but since the balls aren’t able to be inserted, it may only have an insertable length of 9". We do our best in our product descriptions to let you know not only the overall length of our dildos but also the insertable length. Here is the comparison picture of a Sohimi 9.8'' dildo and the height of two coke cans, and the 9.8" dildo (length) only has a 7.48" insertable length.

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      Big dildo

      Big and large dildos are made to stretch, so taking a width measurement of your vagina will only be a starting point. To measure yourself, follow the instructions for regular dildos to find out the size you can comfortably accommodate. Measuring the vagina will give you a measurement that is the smallest you can choose. Large dildos have a starting circumference of between 4 and 5" and can go up to over a 10" circumference. The insertable length can begin at around 5" and can go the range of over 12" or more.

      Size matters but bigger is not always better

      One of the most common mistakes is assuming that bigger is always better. If the dildo is too long it can hit the cervix on women and cause pain and if it is too wide it can cause uncomfortable vaginal or anal stretching. On the other hand, if it is too small it cannot be as satisfying or provide enough stimulation. That is why it is always a good idea to have a sense of what is comfortable for you and/or your lover rather than assuming that any size will be fine.

      If you’re in doubt about which length might be right, consider getting one a bit on the long side—if it’s too long, you can always choose not to insert it fully. Plus, a long dildo can be easier to hold onto during use. But considering that it may hurt in an accident, please make the second consideration before paying.

      Before you buy the product, you can measure your length of your vagina, especially when being aroused can enable the vagina to accommodate more, so lie on your back on the bed and stimulate yourself, or allow your partner to excite you.

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      Once aroused, start sliding the alternative object into your vagina. Once at the furthest point, mark where you are on the alternative object. Remove the object and measure how far from the tip to the fingers. This is the length you can cope with and then you can choose the product. Exploring the obtainable jungle of dildos can certainly be a quite intimidating experience, as there apparently are a lot of different dildo sizes in stock.

      Now that you’ve got the info, you’ll be quick to find one that strikes your fancy. Go to explore the pleasure and Have fun!

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