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by Katie Peachesa February 06, 2021 4 min read

Your Guide to Using chest harness strap on dildo

Strap-on dildo is worn on the penis to make it look like a real penis. The harness is worn around the groin to hold the dildo in place. Some harnesses are strap-on, and some are worn as an underwear. The strap-on consists of three basic things: dildo, harness, and O-ring. The O-ring is the hole through which the dildo passes through. Sometimes, they are fixed into the harness, and some are flexible you can attach it to the harness. They come in different sizes, shapes, and material. Some kit come in a full package which includes a harness with a dildo attached to it. Sometimes, you may need to buy a separate dildo and attach it. If you are interested in trying out a strap on-dildo, but you have doubts or question, then this article is for you. I suggest you read on.

It can take a while to find your rhythm

When it comes to using strap on dildo, it depends onwhat you and your partner want. Suppose you don't have experience being on top, practice. You can practice with your pillow till you get comfortable and get used to the movement. It will also make you feel less-self-conscious. What matters is that you are practicing with your partner and you communicate what you want.It might take a while, but that's okay. Practice makes perfect.

Always communicate with your partner

Communication is key in every relationship, including strap-on sex.  You can talk about how you want itor if you want it deeper or not. Is the too fast or slow? Talk about it. If you don't communicatewith your partner will not know what you want and how you want it.

Talk about if you can use trap-on with other people

Before using a strap-on, you need to talk about whether you can use a strap-on with others. You need to define the strap-on relationship before you start using it on anyone. Some people get emotional when it comes to using dildos. You might be comfortable using strap on with otherpeople, or you may want to use it only with your partners. Whatever option you choose, ensure you talk about it first.

The harness isessential

The harness is important. You can't have strap-on sex without it. It's what you wear on your body to keep the dildo in place while you are thrusting. Some harness is made with leather, and some look like underwear. Those are more comfortable and easier to wash. Also, you don't have to worry about adjusting it. You focus on thrusting andenjoy the moment. There are other ones for your chest, feet, and other parts of the body. You can even have a custom-made harness for you. Also, the fit is essential. The wrong harness can ruin the mood. You can go into a sex toy and look for dildos and harness. You can also try them on but ensure the store allows that. Want to make it even more fun? Go strap-on shopping with your partner. It's a good idea for a date. It's exciting and fun.

Figure out what size and shape are best for you

Beginner sex toys come in different sizes ofregular toys. When starting your strap-on sex, it's better to start small and gradually work your way up. It helps to get your partner comfortable used to the sensation. Remember, you are having strap-on sex with your partner. Also, start with smoother andsimplerstyles. They are softer and more comfortable to use than realistic dildos. They also have a straightforward shape that is easy to control. The shape and length of the dildo largely depend on your partner because they are on the receiving end. You might prefer larger and thicker penetration, but your partner may prefer small and thin penetration. Before purchasing it, talk about it with your partner and find out what type of dildo they prefer.

Get the right material for your strap-on dildo

Materialis also importantwhen you are considering getting a strap ondildo. It can affect your experience and that of your partner, so it's worthlooking into. If you are starting as a beginner, you should use the silicone strap-on. It gives you someelement of flexibility, and it's more comfortable to use. If you want your strap-on to be comfortable but firm, you can get the soft but sturdy silicone. Silicone strap-onis hypoallergic and easy to clean. But don't use a silicone lubricant with your strap-on dildo. Siliconelubricants can ruin thematerial, which is not fun for you nor your partner. If you want to get a lubricant, which you definitely must, I suggest you get water or oil-based lubricant. They work well with silicone materials.

Always use a lubricant

Lastly, always remember to use lubricants. This ai an absolute most for any anal foreplay. It makes penetration easy and comfortable. The more lubricant you use, the better the experience. For easier penetration, apply a lubricant that's compatible with the material of your dildo. If you are unsure of what kind of lubricant to use, you should stick with water-based lubricants. They are universal, and they work well with any material.

Conclusion

You may have questions and doubts when it comes to suing a strap-on dildo, but these tips above can make the experience smooth and easy. After reading this article,you should be able to find the best strap-on dildo for you and your partner. When searching for strap-on dildo always go for the high-end quality. Those are going into your body so you shouldn't compromise on safety. Ensure the materials are non-porous because cheaper products are made with porous material that can breed bacteria, cause irritation, and it can be toxic to your body.

Katie Peachesa
Katie Peachesa

Katie Peachesa is a sex and lingerie blogger based out of the urban chic Wapping in the heart of East London, United Kingdom. In her spare time, Katie enjoys photography, yoga and fitness, a bit of boxing, traveling, keeping up with the latest fashion trends and mudlarking and exploring pastoral settings. You are likely to find Katie in an artisan cafe in Brick Lane on a Saturday afternoon furiously typing her next article on her laptop whilst she is sipping on her flat white and drawing inspiration from the hustle and bustle in the heart of creative London. Katie runs the "Fashion Life Mag" and has been featured in Cosmopolitan, Allure, Grazia, Tatler, Evening Standard and other popular media outlets.


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