Stone Dildo

Stone DildoThe D.2 Stone Dildo is hand sculpted from polished Absolute Black Granite. The slightly twisted smooth shaft curves gently into a broad, flattened head for a fuller feeling and firmer stimulation.

Hand crafted piece with a broad, flattened head and angled/twisted shaft aimed at those who like to feel greater fullness from penetration inwards, as well as those who like/want more pressure across a wider area.

By gently twisting the shaft the head can stimulate and discover various points of pleasure from just inside the vaginal opening to further in.

Both ends can be used. The handle provides a smaller alternative to deeper penetration. The handle arches nicely and combined with the angle of the shaft you can stimulate the g-spot area using this end too.

Absolute Black Granite (Gabbro)
Weight: 422 gram
Origin: Shanxi, China
Age: Appr. 500 million years

Circumference: 12,5 cm

History of dildos

stone dildoThe etymology of the word dildo is unclear. The Oxford English Dictionary (OED) describes the word as being of “origin unknown”. One theory is that it originally referred to the phallus-shaped peg used to lock an oar in position on a dory (small boat). It would be inserted into a hole on the side of the boat, and is very similar in shape to the modern toy. It is possible that the sex toy takes its name from this sailing tool, which also lends its name to the town of Dildo and the nearby Dildo Island in Newfoundland, Canada. Others suggest the word is a corruption of Italian diletto “delight”. It has also been noted that the word dildo has similarity to “dill”, a pickled cucumber, which is a vegetable that has been used as a natural dildo.

According to the OED, the word’s first appearance in English was in Thomas Nashe’s The Choice of Valentines or the Merie Ballad of Nash his Dildo (c. 1593). The word also appears in Ben Jonson’s 1610 play, The Alchemist. William Shakespeare used the term once in The Winter’s Tale, believed to be from 1610 or 1611, but not printed until the First Folio of 1623.

The phrase “Dil Doul”, referring to a man’s penis, appears in the 17th century folk ballad “The Maids Complaint for want of a Dil Doul”. The song was among the many in the library of Samuel Pepys.

An olisbos (pl. olisboi) is a classical term for a dildo, from Greek ὄλισβος. i.e. a dildo that was usually made of leather. A godemiché is a dildo in the shape of a penis with scrotum.

In some modern languages, the names for dildo can be more descriptive, creative or subtle—note, for instance, the Russian фаллоимитатор (literally “phallic imitator”), Hindi दर्शिल्दो darśildō, Spanish consolador “consoler” and Welsh cala goeg “fake penis”.
Dildos in one form or another have been present in society throughout history. Artifacts from the Upper Paleolithic which have previously been described as batons were most likely used for sexual purposes. There appears to have been hesitation on the part of archaeologists to label these items as sex toys: as archaeologist Timothy Taylor put it, “Looking at the size, shape, and—some cases—explicit symbolism of the ice age batons, it seems disingenuous to avoid the most obvious and straightforward interpretation. But it has been avoided.”

The world’s oldest known dildo is a siltstone 20-centimeter phallus from the Upper Palaeolithic period 30,000 years ago that was found in Hohle Fels Cave near Ulm, Germany.

The first dildos were made of stone, tar, wood and other materials that could be shaped as penises and that were firm enough to be used as penetrative sex toys. Dildo-like breadsticks, known as olisbokollikes (sing. olisbokollix), were known in Ancient Greece prior to the 5th century BC. Chinese women in the 15th century used dildos made of lacquered wood with textured surfaces. Nashe’s early-1590’s work The Choice of Valentines mentions a dildo made from glass.

There have been many references to dildos in the historical and ethnographic literature. Haberlandt, for example, illustrates single and double-ended wooden dildos from late 19th century Zanzibar. With the invention of modern materials, there appeared the possibility of making dildos of different shapes, sizes, colors and textures.

Dildos and butt plugs

Butt plugMost dildos are intended for vaginal or anal penetration and stimulation, whether masturbation or with a sexual partner. Dildos have fetishistic value as well, and may be used in other ways, such as touching one’s own or another’s skin in various places, often during foreplay or as an act of dominance and submission. If of appropriate sizes, they can be used as gags, for oral penetration for a sort of artificial fellatio. Dildos, especially specially designed ones, may be used to stimulate the G-spot area.

A dildo designed to be inserted in the anus and remain in place for a period of time is usually referred to as a butt plug. A dildo intended for repeated anal penetration (thrusting) is typically referred to as an anal dildo or simply “dildo”. Anal dildos and butt plugs generally have a large base to avoid becoming accidentally completely inserted into the rectum, which may require medical attention to remove. There are also double-ended dildos, with different-sized shafts pointing in the same direction, used by women to accomplish vaginal and anal penetration at once, or for two partners to share a single dildo. In this case, the dildo acts as a sort of “see-saw”; each partner takes an end and receives stimulation.

Some dildos are designed to be worn in a harness, sometimes called a strap-on harness or strap-on dildo, or to be worn inside, sometimes with vibrating devices attached externally. Strap-on dildos may be double-ended, in which case they are meant to be worn by users who want to experience vaginal or anal penetration while also penetrating a partner. They may also be used for anal penetration of men. If the penetration is done by a female partner to a male partner, the act is known as pegging.

Other types of dildos include those designed to be fitted to the face of one party, inflatable dildos, and dildos with suction cups attached to the base (sometimes referred to as a wall mount). Other types of harness mounts for dildos (besides strapping to the groin) include thigh mount, face mount, or furniture mounting straps.

Recent social acceptance and popularity has resulted in the emergence of highly adorned dildos. These are often made of expensive materials and may also be jewelled.

Comet Pearl Wand Purple

Comet Pearl Wand PurpleComet dildo by Key by Jopen.

– 12,75 cm x 3,75 cm
– Durable glass body dipped in soft and luxurious body safe silicone
– Innovative and sensually curved ergonomic shape
– Stainless alloy emblem
– Soft luxury lint free storage bag included
– One Year Warranty

Silicone Rainbow Dildo

Silicone Rainbow DildoShow your LGBT pride with the first ever rainbow dildo! 20 hard centimeters of rainbow pride!

This dildo is 20 cm long and made entirely from premium body-safe silicone. Wash with soap and water or spray with a toy cleaner before using. Use only water-based lubricants. The suction cup will stick to any non-porous surface. Phthalate-free. 100% made by hand.

What is a dildo?

realistic dildoA dildo is a device usually designed for penetration of the vagina or anus, and is usually solid and phallic in shape. Some expand this definition to include vibrators. Others exclude penis prosthetic aids, which are known as “extensions”. Some include penis-shaped items clearly designed with vaginal penetration in mind, even if they are not true approximations of a penis. Some people include devices designed for anal penetration (butt plugs), while others do not. These devices are often used by people of all genders and sexual orientations, for masturbation or for other sexual activity.

Rubber dildos, usually incorporating a steel spring for stiffness, became available in the 1940s. This was a less than satisfactory arrangement because of the potential for injury from cuts by the spring if the rubber cracked and came apart. Later, PVC dildos with a softer PVC filler became popular. Most of the inexpensive dildos sold in the 2000s are made this way.

PVC and jelly-rubber toys have been found to be problematic because they contain unsafe phthalates, softeners added to many plastics that are also found in some jewelry, food containers, and other soft rubber toys. Phthalates have been linked to health problems such as cancer and prenatal defects. Products made of PVC or jelly rubber cannot be sterilized. Manufacturers recommend using condoms with these toys if users share them.

In the 1990s, silicone rubber dildos became more popular, a trend that has continued as the prices have lowered. These are easier to clean and do not have the characteristic plastic aroma of PVC. They were expensive when introduced but are now reasonably priced, making them an excellent choice for the first-time user. Silicone holds body heat well, and is an excellent conductor of vibrations, allowing users to hold a vibrator at one end. Silicone is also a robust material (especially when compared to the cheap, unsafe jelly rubber that many dildos are made of) that can be sterilized by boiling or bleaching (using a bleach solution, diluted: 10% bleach 90% water).

High-end, chrome plated steel dildos are also popular in the BDSM scene. Some users prefer them because of their hardness, firmness, durability, electrical conductance (see erotic electrostimulation), and low friction, especially when used in conjunction with lubricant. Because they are heavy, they can be used to exercise vaginal PC muscles.

A steel dildo may be warmed or cooled in water before use to elicit a range of temperature sensations. It may also retain body heat of the user. Because of its polished nonporous surface, it may be sterilized in boiling water, or in an autoclave.

Glass dildos have similar features to steel ones. In most of the cases, glass toys are solid, and made of Pyrex or other types borosilicate glass (Schott-Duranglas and Simax), although this may vary, depending on the manufacturer. Like steel, glass toys may be used to apply firmer pressure than silicone can to a female’s G-spot (urethral sponge) or male’s prostate gland. Unlike other types of toys, glass sex toys can also be personalized with inscriptions.

Cyberskin is a synthetic material that feels more like human skin. It is a porous material and cannot be sterilized. It often gets sticky after washing (which can be remedied by a dusting of cornstarch) and is more delicate and more prone to rips and tears than silicone dildos. “Packing dildos”, which are not designed for penetration, are often made of this material.

Phallus-shaped vegetables and fruits, such as bananas or zucchini have even been used as dildos. Any object of sufficient firmness and shape could be hypothetically used as a dildo.

Conventionally, many dildos are shaped like a human penis with varying degrees of detail; others are made to resemble the phallus of male animals. Not all, however, are fashioned to reproduce the male anatomy meticulously, and dildos come in a wide variety of shapes. These may resemble figures, or simply be practical creations which stimulate more easily than conventional designs. In Japan, many dildos are created to resemble animals or cartoon characters, such as Hello Kitty, so that they may be sold as toys, thus avoiding obscenity laws. Some dildos have textured surfaces to enhance sexual pleasure.

Light-Up Dildo G-Spot

 Light-Up Dildo G-SpotCreate seductively erotic atmosphere with different colors.

– High quality milky white silicone dildo.
– Five different brightly colored glowing sticks.
– Each stick glows over 3hours.

How does it work?
1) Choose one of five colors of the glowing stick according to your mood.
2) Break it along its full length and shake it, it starts to glow.
3) Put and fix the glowing stick into the stick holder.
4) Insert the stick holder together with the glowing stick inside the dildo.

ENJOY COLORFUL SENSATIONS

Each stick glows over 3hours.

Remove the stick after it stops glowing and if you want to continue, replace it with the new one.

Length: 17cm, Width: 4cm at thickest point

Midi Electro Butt Plug

Midi Electro Butt PlugPerfectly proportioned to leave you feeling full without being overstretched, our medium-sized Midi butt plug is ideal for anal sex toy beginners looking to move onto something bigger.

Midi has a 7 cm insertable length that nuzzles against his prostate or enhances her sexual sensation, and a tapered shape that widens to a satisfying 12,7 cm girth. The larger size of this metal butt plug combined with the heavier weight makes Midi a sensual challenge to concquer.

Connect Midi to one of our stimulators and you’ll experience powerful pelvic floor contractions caused by the erotic tingles electrostimulation creates. Midi is compatible with our full range of ElectraStim stimulators and we even sell adapters for use with other power boxes. Enhance comfort and sensations with some water-based lubricant and lose yourself to the pleasures of EES anal play.

Flick Duo Stimulator Multi-Pack

Flick Duo Stimulator Multi-PackGet the perfect introduction to dual-channel stimulation with the ElectraStim Flick Duo Multipack. Not only do you get the amazing dual-channel ElectaStim Flick Duo Stimulator, you’ll also receive our best-selling Silicone Noir Aura probe (suitable for vaginal and anal use), a pair of ElectraLoops cock rings, 4 self-adhesive ElectraPads and a tube of electroconductive gel.

Whether you’re an established estim player looking to upgrade your kit with a new rechargeable unit or you’re a beginner looking to buy ElectraStim products for the first time, this multipack fulfils your needs. Enjoy 4 motion-activated stimulation settings, 8 pre-programmed stimulation patterns and 25 intensity levels across 2 isolated channels for maximum control.

Phonestrap

PhonestrapThe PhoneStrap is designed to secure your smartphone or mini tablet to your leg to provide easy viewing of the screen or use of the webcam while completely freeing up your hands.

Fleshlight is serious when we challenge our users to ‘Dare to Fantasize’. But that’s not easy to do when you’re juggling your smartphone or tablet. That’s why they created the PhoneStrap.

The PhoneStrap can be used to…
• Discreetly watch the game without having to hold or prop up your phone.
• Keep your phone or mini tablet handy as a ‘second screen’ while watching TV.
• Video chat with your partner from a more suggestive angle that can show more than your face.
• Free your hands to use other Fleshlight products while enjoying entertainment on your device.