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QUESTION: I am wonting my wife to use a strap on on me she has before but not as much as I would like she don't mind using little toy but the strap on and the motion bother her is there something that might ease her mind

ANSWER: Hello Jake,

Thank you for your question.

Finding a good strap-on can be difficult because everyone is different and there fore may need different things.  If you buy a cheap one, then likely it is not going to fit well, which means it is going to be harder to maneuver, which is the motion you are talking about.  So, I recommend getting a good set like Tantus-

This set is very comfortable to wear, and has two sized dildos (small and Medium), which should be perfect for what you need.

Here are some tips on how to use a strap on as well:

Ten Steps to Perfect Pegging

   Practice before you perform.  Wear your new strap on and practice with it in front of a mirror before you play with your partner.  You want to get used to the feeling and look of wielding a strap on as well as learn how to thrust with it.  This will make you much more comfortable and less self-conscious when you do go to use it for real.
   Explore his anus with your fingers first.  The anal canal is curved so doing this will give you an idea of the angle you will need to use for penetration.  Of course, this is also important to get him warmed up and turned on so he is ready for the dildo.  You can start with a rosebud massage where you rub the anal opening with your fingers (make sure your nails are trimmed or use gloves) and massage it with lots of lube.
   Make sure he is totally ready and relaxed.  The more relaxed he is, the easier it will be to penetrate him.  Some people enjoy taking bath beforehand to relax and also clean their butt before anal sex.
   Use lots of lube.  Make sure to use lots of lube when using a strap on dildo.  Sex toys and dildos tend to be less slippery than the real thing, so using lube is an absolute must.  In addition, the anus does not self-lubricate like the vagina and therefore needs LOTS MORE lubrication.  Get a good, thick anal lube that will last longer than standard lube.
   Use a condom.  If you plan on using your strap on dildo with more than one partner, using it for anal and vaginal sex, or if the material is porous, you should use a condom over it.  Condoms also make clean up easier, especially after anal sex.  Be sure to change condoms when going between vaginal and anal sex to avoid contamination by bacteria. Be sure to also use a condom with various partners to avoid the spread of STDs.
   Use your hand to position and hold the base of the dildo for more control during thrusting.
   Try various sex positions.  This is rather obvious, but some sex positions will be easier than others when using a strap on.  For pegging, bend over boyfriend (doggie style) is the most popular, but you could also try missionary with his hips propped on a pillow and legs raised, and spooning may be a comfortable positions to try as well.
   Get feedback.  This is very important when you are having any type of sex, but is particular important for strap on sex and anal sex.  You canít feel with your dildo, so it is hard to know how deep you are thrusting, what angle you are at, or how that feels to your partner.  In addition, with anal sex, the one being penetrated should be in control over the depth, force and speed of the penetration, so their feedback is important.  Watch for body language and ask for feedback on whether what you are doing feels good or not.
   If you are pegging or having strap on anal sex for the first time, you should go slow to begin with.  The anus is not like the vagina and requires a lot of lubrication.  In addition, it doesnít stretch as much and isnít as resilient.  To begin with, start simply by rubbing the tip of your dildo over the opening of the anus (which is well lubricated), and slowly insert just the head.  Stop and wait for your partnerís reaction.  If this feels good, continue, slowly inserting the dildo one inch at a time, until your partner becomes accustomed to it.  Again, follow tip 9 and get feedback from your partner.
   Stop if your partner experiences any discomfort or pain.  This means stop moving right away and wait to get instructions from your partner on whether you should continue or withdraw completely.  Play safe and have fun!

Other than that, it just takes practice and learning how to use a strap on properly, like anything else.  I recommend she wear the strap on for a while and get used to the feel of it and practice thrusting into the air, or a make-shift masturbator sleeve.  You could probably also give her some tips on how to thrust her hips as well (guys seem to know how to do this more innately ).

Hope this helps.

Happy Orgasms!

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QUESTION: Well we have a feldoe one of the strapless ones And she says it feels emasculating and that is what gets her I try to tell her it's not and how good it is just won't her to feel at ease with do this

Hello Jake,

Again, thank you for your question.

There is really nothing I can say that will ease her feelings about doing this or using this toy on you.  This is something you will have to discuss together (which I understand that you already have) and something she will have to get comfortable with (or not).  You can't really make someone like something they don't enjoy.

Maybe there is something that she wants you to do that you don't fully feel comfortable with, but would do it for her, because it gives her pleasure?  Maybe you can make some kind of compromise together (ie: I'll do this for you if you do this for me?)

Also, I would again explain to her how much you enjoy it, how it makes you feel.  Rather than emasculated, perhaps you feel empowered, or more able to let go and enjoy orgasm?  Maybe read some sex education about prostate stimulation together, so she can see why this is quite common, why men do love it, that it doesn't mean they are gay or weak, and that prostate stimulation is unlike anything else for a man.  Maybe if she understands that more, she would be more comfortable with it.

It is not necessarily about power exchange, but orgasmic and multi-orgasmic potential for you?

So, I would discuss it with her further, listen to her worries about it, and then share with her how you feel.  Don't argue, or accuse, just listen to each other and take turns explaining how each of you feels.

In the end, it is her decision, but hopefully she will get more comfortable with the idea and learn to enjoy it as well.

Hope this helps!

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