When the dildo hits the fan, the condom must go

When a woman is getting off with a man, she may not even know it, because the male condom often has sex with a dildo or other object on it.

In a 2016 survey, 44 percent of men said they’d used sex toys in the past month.

That was up from 35 percent in the 2015 survey, which found 28 percent of women had used sex toy toys.

But there’s a big difference in the two surveys, says David W. Brown, a researcher at the University of Chicago’s Institute for Research on Sex, and the researchers in the new study are looking for reasons.

Some of the reasons could be due to arousal, Brown says.

Some might be because people have been using them in the bedroom for years, and it’s a familiar experience.

Others could be the result of people having more sex.

Women who had sex in the lab had sex with more partners, and men who had it in a sexual context had sex more often, says Brown.

“We don’t really know why,” Brown says, “but there is some evidence that men are using dildos more often in their sex lives than women.”

The study also found that women are more likely to have sex with partners who also use dildoes.

That suggests that sex toys may be used more often by men than women, and that that may have a direct effect on the number of partners that are available to women, he says.

So if you’re going to get off with somebody, don’t use a dildo or a dong, Brown recommends.

That’s a common advice, and one that may be true.

But that advice also has a caveat.

It’s not clear whether using sex toys could be harmful, says Kimberly M. Jones, a professor at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.

“People who use dildo for sex are more sexually aggressive than people who use it for other reasons,” she says.

Jones says people may be more likely than not to use a sex toy when they’re having sex with their partner, because that’s what they’ve been doing for so long.

“If you’re just starting out with a partner, it’s hard to be aggressive,” Jones says.

That doesn’t mean you should be.

And there’s also no way to know if dildies are more dangerous than other kinds of sex toys, says Sarah G. Miller, a sex educator at the Cleveland Clinic.

“I think it’s really important to understand that this is all subjective,” Miller says.

“The question is: Do you have a risk?

If the answer is no, then it’s not a toy, it may be just as safe as a condom.”

Brown agrees that you should never use a toy for sexual purposes.

“Dildos are dangerous,” he says, but “if you want to have a good, healthy sex life, you don’t need a dinky dildo.”

And the findings are based on a survey of men who have sex, not women, Brown adds.

“It’s hard for women to know what’s going on with their partners and it could be that they’ve had a lot of partners, but that’s not the case with men,” he explains.

So there’s no way of knowing whether a dank, sex-saturated dildo could actually have sex problems, Jones says, or whether men just use them for fun.

“There’s no good reason to use sex toys,” she adds.

And that’s because a lot more research is needed.

Brown says the findings don’t necessarily mean sex toys are bad for your health.

“For most people, sex is a safe activity, and most people would rather be having fun and not having problems,” he notes.

And even if you do have a problem, there’s some evidence to suggest dildols may help you relax, Brown notes.

That may help with erectile dysfunction, too, which is linked to a higher risk of premature ejaculation, an abnormal release of semen in the prostate.

And it may help men stay satisfied with their sex life when they’ve become infertile, he adds.

But for people who are getting married or in a relationship, sex toys aren’t something you should use unless you’re comfortable with it, Brown suggests.

And if you are, Brown warns, do your research and consider alternatives.

“That’s your business,” he advises.

“You’re not the health police.”

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