How To Use  A Strapless Strap On


Have you ever wanted to experience the wonders of strapping on but are put off by all the awkward straps and chafing harnesses? In the heat of the moment, you may decide to put on the strap, fumbling with buckles and turning every which way to get bits and pieces wrapped around your legs and waist. We know you don’t want to be messing around with all that while it’s getting hot and heavy. Unfortunately, when it comes to using a strap on, these are a necessary evil. Or are they? This is where strapless strapon come into play! But hold on, Isn’t there supposed to be a strap? No. Let us guide you how they work.

What Is The Main Difference?

The distinction is in the shape. A strapless strapon typically ends at a right angle, whereas a double-ended dildo is straight or slightly curved. The strap-on has one end that is a dildo that is used to penetrate one partner, and the other end is a shorter, more bulbous dildo that the giving partner holds inside their vagina. That means you’ll need a strong pelvic floor!

What Are Kegel Muscles?

If you’re unfamiliar with Kegel muscles, they’re the sling-shaped band of muscles that runs from your spine to the front of your body behind your pubic bone. Stopping your urine flow midstream allows you to practice engaging your Kegel muscles and getting a feel for where they are. Your Kegels are the muscles you engage while doing this. Balls designed for this purpose can help you strengthen your Kegel muscles so you can have amazing strapless strap-on sex. These are small balls that you insert into your vagina and hold in place with your muscles.

How Do The Strapless Strapon Work?

The internal dildo stimulates the giving partner’s G-Spot while they hold the strapless strap on inside themselves, and it stimulates it even more when they thrust and use the other end! This enables double-time mutual stimulation for both partners. No wonder these sex toys are so popular. So, let’s get down to business. Strapless strap ons can be worn by anyone with a vagina as long as they can keep it closed. When it comes to wearing one, it is best to warm up first. The vagina dilates and self-lubricates when aroused. This will make it easier to put the strap on and ‘hold’ onto. So, before you put one in, sit down with your partner and participate in foreplay.

Are Lubricants Needed?

You can choose one of the many water-based lubricants if you both want a little help getting lubed up. Water-based lubricants are excellent universal lubricants because they are compatible with any sex toy and are absorbed by the skin, so they do not leave a mess. Apply some water-based lube to each end of the strap to ensure it fits snugly and comfortably for everyone. If the strap on will be received in anal, a silicone-based lubricant may be the best option. Because they are not absorbed into the skin when rubbed in, silicone-based lubricants last longer than water-based lubricants.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.