Push Yourself to the Limit with a 12-Inch Dildo
A dildo the size of a foot-long sub? Yes please! While a dildo of this size that look quite intimidating, that’s huge part of its appeal. Whether you want to enjoy a dominant fantasy of yours or take your sexual play to the next level, a 12-inch dildo isn’t one that can be ignored.
Certainly, a 12-inch dildo isn’t made for beginners. But if you find that you’ve already had your fix of slim dildos and vibrators, you may find yourself craving a big dong to switch things up. Introducing our collection of 12-inchers! Visually stimulating to all parties involved, these are equally delicious whether you’re the giver or the receiver – or both! It’s incredibly erotic to watch yourself or your partner getting deeply penetrated, and equally as pleasurable to feel the depth of your new, large dildo.
If you want the perfect bigger dildo to use alone or with a partner, take a browse through our amazing collection of 12-inchers. To help you with your decision, we’ve answered some commonly asked questions about dildos.
12 Inch Dildos FAQ
Is a large dildo safe?
As long as you’re cautious and patient when using your dildo, you’re good! The use of a large dildo can be painful if you’re not properly aroused and/or lubricated, and if you’re in too much of a hurry to get off. Taking the time to get aroused, get to know your body and start slow will help to maximize safety. Other than that, all the dildos we offer are crafted from high-quality materials that feel good and shouldn’t cause allergic reactions or intolerances.
What are the most important things to know when getting into larger dildos?
There are two important things to remember before sizing up your sex toys: always start small and work your way up, and get comfortable using lube if you need it. Over time, going up in size with sex toys for penetration can help to get your body accustomed to taking things deeper, before jumping into a bigger dildo.
Are 12-inch dildos safe for anal?
They’re only safe for anal if they have a flared base or a handle to prevent unwanted travel. Also, with larger dildos like these, they’re better suited for a more experienced anal player – just make sure you’re properly aroused, lubricated and relaxed before attempting penetration.
Will my partner get jealous?
When bringing sex toys into the bedroom, it’s always important to have a frank and open conversation with your partner beforehand. Sex toys aren’t a replacement for sex – instead, they are meant to be a fun and exciting addition to your sex lives, and make you both feel good! A sex toy is a tool, but it does not negate the intimacy, connection and attraction that you have with a partner. As long as your partner knows that this is a shared experience and not a replacement, you shouldn’t worry about them getting jealous.