If you fantasize about being penetrated—or want to see your partner get plowed from a different angle than you normally can—then maybe you need a fucking machine. This one comes with a realistic silicone dildo, so you can fulfill your fantasy right out of the box (after assembling the machine, that is!), and you can also swap it out for other dildos whenever you want some variety. The machine is highly adjustable, allowing you to get into whatever positions work best for you.
Pros: Adjustable; hands-free (once it’s positioned and inserted); comes with a silicone dildo; strong, relatively quiet motor; long-distance controllable; twist-dial makes it easier to find your preferred speed at any given time; can be used with many different types of dildo
Cons: Heavy; expensive; requires assembly; requires a nearby power outlet; while generally quiet, it can get loud on higher speeds; extra adaptors/connectors may need to be purchased in order to use certain dildos
The Best Oil-Based Lube: Coconu Oil-Based Organic Lubricant
Materials: Sunflower seed oil, coconut oil, beeswax, shea butter, cocoa seed butter, sweet almond oil, canola oil, kukui seed oil, sea buckthorn oil, and tocopherol
How to Use: Apply to any external spot that needs lubrication.
Oil-based lubes have their limitations, namely, they can’t be used with latex barriers like condoms, and can be risky for those prone to vaginal infections, but if you’re just planning on using it for external masturbation, it’s one of the smoothest, slickest options out there. This one is full of natural oils that moisturize and condition your skin while protecting it from uncomfortable friction when you’re stroking.
Pros: Slippery and long-lasting; 100% edible; cruelty-free and made of USDA-certified organic ingredients; can also be used as massage oil
Cons: Not compatible with latex barriers like condoms and dental dams (though it can be used safely with polyurethane condoms); may cause vaginal irritation/infection if used internally; may stain your sheets
The Best 360-Degree Cock Ring: We-Vibe Verge
Battery Life: Up to 2 hours
How to Use: Slip testicles through the ring one by one before stretching it over your flaccid or semi-erect penis, with the triangular portion facing downward to stimulate your balls and perineum. Control the toy using its buttons or via Bluetooth with We-Vibe’s app.
While most cock rings are focused on penile pleasure—as well as pleasuring your partner—this one also stimulates your balls and perineum during use. Sometimes a little extra stimulation of those underutilized erogenous zones can be just the thing to push you over the edge. With its Bluetooth connectivity and 10 different vibration modes to try out, this toy has a lot to offer, whether you’re using it solo or with a partner.
Pros: Uniquely for a cock ring, stimulates the balls along with the perineum and shaft; powerful, rumbly vibrations that can be enjoyed solo or with a partner; waterproof; quiet
Cons: May be too tight for some larger penises
The Best Cock Ring for Beginners: Tantus Super Soft C-Ring
How to Use: Slip onto your flaccid or semi-erect penis, either around the testicles and shaft or just around the shaft (depending on your size and how tight you want it to be). Use water-based lube if desired.
A standard silicone cock ring may not be the flashiest or fanciest toy out there, but it does one thing very well: gently constricts the blood flow out of your penis to give you a harder, more sensitive boner. At their most basic, cock rings are a super affordable way to try out a new sensation that you can enjoy with or without a partner.
Pros: Enhances erection quality and sensitivity; simple to use; affordable
Cons: No vibration or other features