A dildo is an object that should be talked about much more openly as it can have a large number of benefits to the both the individual and the couple. Love aids come in all shapes and sizes, and it may be hard to choose which one works for whoever is concerned.
Several materials are used to make what we call hard dildos. The materials used are mainly metal dildos, glass dildos, and acrylic/plastic dildos. They are generally at the higher end of the market as regards to price. The reason being is that artisans often make them rather than mass produced in a factory.
These sex aids do have a following among women because of the feel and firmness of them. They do not give or bend and therefore when used in the right manner offer an intense stimulation and are ideal for G-spot stimulation (it is a great way to achieve an incredible orgasm) or when used for penetration putting pressure on an internal point that a woman finds pleasurable.
A hard dildo though is not for everyone because of it maybe too intense with the generous aid not having any give; I would not recommend this type of sex toy for someone new to love aid use. It would be something that could be experimented with after using a jelly rubber dildo first. The price also makes these options appropriate for a more advanced user.
These hard dildos are not recommended for use in a harness and should be handled carefully because glass and acrylic sex toys can break when dropped onto a hard surface.
When it comes to lubricants for glass, metal and plastic dildos you can use water or silicone based lubricants, although you may find that silicone lubricants don’t always adhere to the toy and the water based lubricant easier to use.