🍓 How to Use a Dildo if I'm a Virgin?

Ah; it’s great to see someone wanting to explore their body and sexuality by themselves first rather than with a partner. It is vital to know yourself before you actually share yourself with someone else. If you are wondering whether you can use toys as a virgin, there is actually no reason why you wouldn’t be able to; there are just some things you need to watch out for. Keep reading to find out more! 

Can You Use a Dildo as a Virgin?

As mentioned above, nothing stops you from using a dildo as a virgin. Being a virgin is typically associated with having sex for the first time and breaking your hymen (which is why you may bleed the first time having sex). 

Is It Dangerous to Use a Dildo as a Virgin?

No, it is not dangerous. However, you need to listen to your body and not do anything that might make you feel uncomfortable. You should start with other methods of masturbation before actually trying out a dildo - for example, you can try external vaginal stimulation first and then internal. Since you haven’t had sex before, you might not know your limits, how tight you are, etc. That’s why it is best to start slow, preferably with a small or an average dildo, and explore your erogenous zones and what feels good and not so good. That will also help you when having the actual intercourse since you will already have an idea of what you would like to be done to you and how exactly. 

Are You Still Considered a Virgin?

Yes, you are still considered a virgin. Masturbation doesn’t take your virginity away. Losing your virginity means having sex with a person for the first time. It is also related to how you view the term. However, the dildo may break your hymen, and it may feel uncomfortable at first. You may not notice it until after it has happened since dildos are designed to resemble a real male member and imitate what actual intercourse with one would feel like. That’s why you need to carefully examine how everything you do makes you feel - if you start experiencing any pain or discomfort; you should stop. 

How to Use a Dildo as a Virgin?

Before actually using a dildo, we suggest you follow the tips below. 

Preparation and Basics

How to use a dildo as a virgin? What are the basics? Before using a dildo, you must have chosen the right size and material for you! Since there are multiple designs, sizes, and materials, you must choose something you would enjoy and would make you comfortable. As mentioned above, a small or average would be best. When it comes to materials, silicone would be fantastic because it is safest. Plastic toys are not recommended if you are a virgin. After getting the right dildo for you, before and after each use, you must thoroughly clean it and yourself. Another important thing is to carefully read the instructions on the dildo and ensure you know exactly how to clean it and maintain it properly. You can also read our guide on cleaning sex toys.

Don't Be Shy on the Personal Lubricant (Water-Based is Our Choice!)

The next significant thing is lube, lube, lube! Being wet and producing natural juices during sexual intercourse is not something we can thoroughly control. That’s why they have created lubricants! You must get lots of lube to avoid dryness, soreness, and pain whenever you are pleasuring yourself (or someone else is penetrating/pleasuring you).

It is a must when it comes to virgins, as well as booty sex lovers (especially for them!). Not only does the lube decreases friction and makes the dildo entering your vagina or booty smoother, but it also lessens your risk of injury during sex or masturbation. It will also help you relax and remove any anxiety you may have about the penetration. 

Masturbate More and Get in the Mood

You must remember that just because it is masturbation doesn’t mean that you do not have to go through the same things as you would if you were with a real partner. Before penetrating yourself with the dildo, you need to play with yourself a little. Relax, light candles around you; spread rose leaves or whatever gets you in the mood! Get romantic with yourself.

You can watch porn or just think about someone you like and would love to go to bed with.  Start masturbating, touching, and exploring your body. It is also a great idea to start with an external vibrator or external stimulation before actually proceeding with the penetration. It is less likely to feel any pain or discomfort if your muscles are relaxed; that’s why you need to be in the mood to feel pleasure. 

Beginner-Friendly Dildos

Here are some beginner-friendly dildos we chose for you! Of course, you are free to look at our collection and decide for yourselves (wink, wink). 

7-Inch Silicone Dildo with Balls - Cherry

Some of the best key features about this dildo are:

  • Its realistic design: this slim, veiny dildo with balls has a realistic look and feel that you’re sure to enjoy!
  • Its suction cup base and harness compatibility: place on any flat surface to ride this dildo hands-free, or combine it with a compatible harness for partnered pegging play!
  • Its silky smooth silicone: this smooth, soft silicone is phthalate-free, non-porous, hypoallergenic, and body-safe.

Kevin SkinTech Realistic 6-Inch Dildo

Some of the best key features about this dildo are:

  • It’s the perfect size for pleasure.
  • It’s made of innovative SkinTech material using two layers of phthalate-free TPE to create the most realistic and body-safe product possible
  • Its inner layer creates a firm core to mimic the hardness of an erection while the outer layer provides the supple elasticity and lifelike texture that make this dildo look and feel real.

A Word From The Dildo Hub Crew

All in all, it is important to explore your body and be aware of what you like and what not. Do not be afraid of losing your virginity, just ensure your are comfortable, relaxed, and enjoying yourself!

Dildos are also perfect if you are really worried about your first time and want to have a bit of practice on your own first; and that’s completely fine. 


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