Everyone's body is different, so whether or not you choose to use lubricant can be completely up to you. Lube is often required for anal sex, though it may not be needed for vaginal penetration; you could possibly use a vibrator to heighten your pleasure quicker. But keep in mind that if your sex toy is made of silicone, that it should never be used silicone-based lube. If you're not sure what material your toy is made of, or how your body will react to the lube, then using water-based lubricant is your safest option. Our online sex store features many types of personal lubricants.
If you’ve been curious about trying a strap-on dildo and living out that popular sexual fantasy, now’s the perfect time to switch up your roles and have someone new take charge during sex. Sure, you might not have a penis, but that shouldn't stop you from being as dominant in bed as you please! Role reversal is a great way to mix things up in the bedroom, and Spencer's offers different styles of strap-on sex toys to fit your needs. You can use a harness to keep your dildo perfectly in place, or you could get one that's double-ended, which will penetrate both you and your partner for double the fun. 

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