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Beginner’s Guide To Strap-Ons | joujou.com.au

At the first mention of strap-ons, one may have a flash of girl-on-girl and assume it’s for this small percentage of couples. But quite the opposite - it can be a way to build intimacy, try something new, and spice up an old routine in any relationship – even just the visual of yourself or your partner in a strap-on can be enough to send chills down your spine.
Everyone has their own reason for using strap-ons, so here are just a few reasons why you might explore this exciting sexual aid:
  • Pegging
  • Girl-on-girl penetration
  • Gender role play
  • Female to male trans
  • Double penetration when worn with a penis
  • For fun!
 Wearing a strap-on can just be fun! The feeling of an appendage that you’re not used to having can be scintillating and an amazing way to explore long-time fantasies, or discovery new ones you never knew you had, even in solo play. So how does one get into this exciting sexual realm?
 
Strap-On Harnesses
Typically made of leather, nylon, or elastic, there are three basic styles of strap-ons.

Thong
Covers the genitals, but creates thrilling sensations and clitoral/anal stimulation while thrusting. Many people find this more comfortable and less complicated than jock style.
Jock-Strap
The extra straps provide support & stabilisation for the dildo so that it can be a more hands-free experience. The anus and genitals are not covered, leaving them open for play during sex.
 

Strapless
If you’re blessed with the PC muscles of a Goddess, then maybe no harness is needed! This is a style of dildo that has an insertable bulb to be worn in the vagina for G-spot stimulation, and is moulded around the vulva for excellent clitoral stimulation. That said, even the creators of some of these nifty gadgets know that only a small percentage of the population can actually hold up a strapless strap-on, so they encourage you to use an O-ring style to support the weight and provide an amazing experience. Which brings us to…
 

Types Of Strap-On Dildos & Harnesses
There are really countless types of dildos that can be used as a part of a strap-on – beaded, curved, silicone, glass – but there are really three main ways that these dildos are secured, and it’s important to get the harness for the dildo you want.

O-Ring Compatible/Flared Base
Exactly as it sounds, these harnesses are equipped with a round ring – commonly made of metal – that is easily used with any flared base, anal-safe dildo. Seen as the most common design, these kind of harnesses can be found from top brands such as Tantus, Fun Factory, and many more brands.



Vac-U-Lock Compatible
Pioneered by Doc Johnson, this exclusive design features a ridged design on a small nub, securing into dildos that feature a specific hole through the base. These can include some dildos that also have flared bases, but are typically just supported by these ridges and are limited to Doc Johnson as well as a few smaller brands. Shop Vac-U-Lock here.
Strapless
This again! As mentioned, even the most experience peggers probably aren’t able to hold these heavy dildos in with their PC muscles alone, but they do pair great with a standard O-ring harness without a back, such as the Fun Factory Harness or the Scandal Harness.


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