To answer the question that so many have asked/Googled - sure, some women do like big dildos! Some men, trans folk and non-gender conforming people also like big dildos. Other women prefer small dildos, medium dildos or no dildos at all; and regardless of gender or identity, that same logic holds true for the rest of the human population.
The Final Breakdown. In the end, do women prefer sex toys (dildos) larger than their partner? In the majority of cases, the answer is no. Honestly, I do not believe, when shopping for a sex toy, a woman consciously thinks to herself, “Hmmm, this one is definitely bigger than my man, so put that baby in my cart!”.
Answer (1 of 7): I am quite big. (8ins erect, measured by my wife). Just for fun on her recent birthday, I asked her if she wanted a vibrator and if so, what size?
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If my girl was craving something way more girthy than me then it’s a conversation piece for sure." – @ SMartipants88 "Like a few of the women who replied has mentioned, the dildo has to be long. We need something to hold on to. "Besides, a dildo does not come with a man attached.
Women can take and enjoy a larger girth than most men would like to think. That said, it's not necessary for their enjoyment. Anything that applies adequate pressure/friction to the first four inches of the inner walls of the vagina and fills them up is plenty.
1,722 Posts. #12 · Sep 20, 2010. I once saw a toy in a magazine that was a chin strap with a penis sticking off the chin. I must admit I would think that would be the ultimate toy pleaser for a couple to enjoy oral sex on the woman. The only problem I could find is that I would feel 100% ridiculous with a penis jutting off the end of my chin, lol.
Basically, dildos are not men, men are not dildos. Also, having a dismembered dick in your drawer can read as sort of creepy for some people. Edit: Oh yeah and the larger sizes are predominantly in demand among gay men.
In a 2014 study conducted at the Sexual Psychophysiology and Affective Neuroscience Lab in UCLA, 41 women were asked to view and handle 3D printed models of a penis. The models ranged from 4 inches long by 2.5 inches around to 8.5 inches long and 7 inches around. Though most women reported no preference for a long-term partner, they preferred ...
This news might also go some way towards finding out what women are willing to settle for. Interestingly, the larger sized dildos had their fans as well with over 15 per cent of consumers opting for more than 10 inches (25.4 centimetres). Previous research has found that 52.3 per cent of women used sex toys in their lifetime.