is dawn to aggressive for male sex toys
When it comes to the idea of male sex dolls toys, I believe that the conversation around space, safety, and comfortability is one that constantly needs to be discussed. Despite this, I’m afraid the idea of male toys being too aggressive for everyday use is something that is rarely taken into consideration.
Following a wild night of drinking at the bar, my friend Paul reached out to me with a perplexing story. He had recently purchased a synthetic vagina and had it delivered to his home – only to be greeted with not only a noise that was heard throughout the neighborhood, but also a tremendously powerful suction. Needless to say, he was embarrassed and quickly returned it.
I might have been able to relate to his story if I hadn’t invested in a high-end, silicone-based masturbator a few weeks prior. The feel of the material is something that I can attest to being realistic and comfortable…but the device’s interior was by far the most aggressive thing I’ve ever encountered. Although the internal texture felt amazing, I think it was a bit too ‘overwhelming’. Not to mention, my tender penis could bear the incredible sensation of pleasure for only so long before going completely numb.
Masturbators that feature realistic sensations are great, don’t get me wrong. But I think it’s time to move away from the aggressive designs. After all, comfortability should be a priority when it comes to pleasurable male sex toys. Companies should focus on gentle, soft textures similar to the material of the skin, instead of wild pleasure nubs and bumps.
It’s a shame, really. As great as it feels to receive pleasure from a mechanical device, it almost feels like a double-edge sword due to the immense suction and aggressive textures provided. It not only causes pain, vibrators but fear in a sense. I think manufacturers should consider the idea of creating products that can provide comfortable sensations without having to overstimulate the user every single time.
Assuming that most women receive satisfaction with gentle techniques such as stroking, why can’t male toys be the same? I’m not advocating for a complete shift over to softer, more subtle designs, but at the very least a balance of both rough and gentle sensations would do wonders for the user and his experience.
I know I’m not the only one who could use the change. According to a recent survey conducted by an adult entertainment firm, almost 80% of male customers said that they would prefer a gentler approach when it comes to their sex toys. Combined with consumer feedback, personal experiences, and safety concerns, it’s clear that a more moderated approach to male pleasure tools could be beneficial to all.
So, is it possible that dawn could be too aggressive for male sex toys? Absolutely. But, I think it’s more of a call for manufacturers to reconsider their approach towards gently solutions, rather than running towards powerful and intense designs. In my opinion, a balance of both would be able to provide the comfort of realism and pleasure we’re looking for.