"Dildos feel harder. In a bad way though, they're uncomfortable when compared to a dick." – @Gerorin21 " Silicone dildos are nice but you can feel real penises pulsing, they are hot and alive rather than cold lifeless toys. The super realistic ones kindaaaa feel similar.
The shape and the feel may feel similar but unless the dildo can give off heat while having the skin feeling, then I don't think it will ever feel the same as the real thing. Sex with a condom feels a bit different than sex with the same penis without a condom. Even the super thin ones, you should be able to tell the difference.
Simply speaking, a dildo is any sex toy that is used for insertion; be that vaginally, anally, or orally speaking. The word dildo has a fascinating history, and it seems only every few months that archaeologists unearth a distinctly phallic-shaped artifact from ancient civilizations. While today stone or animal horn are not usually the ...
Answer (1 of 5): Straight guy’s perspective here: I like anal receiving penetration. I have to be in a certain mood to actually want it to be from another guy.
Yes they're very different. In my experience dildos are much stiffer and less flexible. Also colder at first since they're plastic or silicon rather than something with body heat. I prefer the real thing.
Some dildos are jelly like and feel like a real penis. They can be immersed in warm water to emulate the body heat sensation from a penis. Also I think rubbing it with a balloon would give it more friction, similar to what a penis has.
Answer (1 of 3): For me, there’s quite a difference. A dildo can be very pleasurable, yet I consider it just another means of masturbating. With a penis, I’m truly being fucked, as nature intended for me to be. Most of the dildos available are too flexible for my preference. I like how a real co...
It really depends on the dildo, the penis and the partner's brain. Large part of the effect you mention is that you guide the dildo yourself, so you have better knowledge and feedback than any penis-equipped (or dildo-equipped) partner, unless you've been very close and very open with each other for a long time. #5 WeirdnessMagnet, May 28, 2014.
But these same pockets of air that make the dildos feel lifelike, are also the exact thing that makes these materials unsafe for long-term use (bacteria grows in those pores). Body Safe materials The only body-safe material that feels realistic and lifelike is silicone.
The real skin dildo has been crafted to simulate the stiffened tissue of a man's erection and is the most realistic feeling sex toy on the market. These dildos are all about the feel, not appearance , and as a result, you'll likely notice that they don't have as much visual detail as some other styles.