I’m not sure if I’m sensitive to silicone dildos—the way my body reacts to certain materials can be a bit unpredictable. My intuition usually guides my decision-making around what I can and can’t handle. But, sex dolls I can’t always rely on my instinct when it comes to something like this.
I experimented with a few different kinds of silicone dildos, looking for signs of discomfort, sensitivity, or pain in my body. At first, there wasn’t anything—they felt synthetic and a bit cold, but totally harmless. I hesitated to keep going—the sensations were somewhat alien and I was nervous. But, I decided to take the plunge and continued my exploration.
As I explored further, a few feelings I recognized, like subtle aches or slight numbness, began to manifest. Those sensations didn’t necessarily hurt, but I could tell they weren’t comfortable. I also noticed a slight burning sensation at times, and a tightness in my body when I tried to force more of the dildo inside. I thought things would go better if I moved slower and took breaks more often, but the discomfort only seemed to increase.
At that point, I decided it was time to take things to the next level and use lubrication. After all, I reasoned, if I wanted to feel comfortable and in control, lube was the way to go. So, I applied a generous amount and suddenly noticed that things felt easier. I felt like I could experiment without having to worry about causing discomfort.
However, after a few moments, I noticed that the lube had created its own set of issues. I could feel an irritation all over, from my pelvis to my chest. I tried different kinds of lubrication and even experimented with warming and cooling temperatures, but nothing seemed to work. I couldn’t decipher whether I was feeling sensitivity to the silicone dildos or just general irritation. That’s when I decided to explore other types of dildos.
It took me a while to find something that felt comfortable and compatible with my body. But, eventually, I stumbled upon wood and stone dildos. They felt closest to my body’s natural temperature and I felt a sense of connection that I hadn’t felt with silicone. But, in the end, I still wasn’t entirely sure if my sensitivity to silicone dildos was real or just a figment of my imagination.
Now I’m just curious about trying stainless steel or metal dildos. I’ve heard great things about them and I’ve always wanted to explore something so exquisite and smooth. I’ve also been thinking about glass, but I’m a bit nervous because it’s a bit more rigid and I’m unsure of how my body will respond. Still, I can’t help but feel intrigued and excited about the possibilities.
I’m also toying with the idea of trying out experimental materials like exotic wood, jade or crystal. All of these materials are known to be incredibly sensuous and some might even be good for inner pleasure practices. I’m excited to dive in and explore in order to find out which materials are best for me and my body.
The great thing is that I’ve found a great way to make sure I’m never overexposed to silicone. I’m always thorough in my dildo exploration and I make sure that none of the materials I use contain silicone. Instead, I opt for organic ingredients, like tapioca and aloe, that are more prone to being kind to my body. This way, I can really focus on the pure pleasure that dildos can provide.