1. Leafy0's review of Inspire Silicone Dilator Training Set (5 Piece)

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      1. Inspire Silicone Dilator Training Set (5 Piece)
      2. Leafy0's review of Inspire Silicone Dilator Training Set (5 Piece)

        $84.99

    1. Unintimidating and perfect for people experiencing anxiety around penetration

      Reviewed: March 13, 2019 by Leafy0, a Straight Single Female

      I purchased these after experiencing a lot of trouble trying to have penetrative sex for the first time. My partner's penis literally wouldn't go into my vagina, no matter how hard we tried, and even my partner just inserting a finger was very painful. (I later realised this is actually very common, so if you're in this position don't lose hope! Most likely, all you need to do is become comfortable with penetration on a smaller scale first).

      I decided to buy this set and am very very happy with it. The ring around the base is incredibly reassuring to hold onto and control (and you could slip a vibrator into it for added fun when you're feeling more confident!), and the tapered tip makes for easier gradual insertion. The dilators are solid and feel high quality, and the silicone is super soft and unintimidating. I found many other dilator kits online but they all looked oddly clinical compared to these, and also lacked the tapered tip. I had become quite scared of penetration by this point so these were a great unintimidating way to restart the process and 'warm up'. They also boosted my confidence by allowing me to track my progress by working up the sizes.

      How I used them (after painful first-time sex attempts).

      There are some great reviews left earlier which I used and found very helpful, so definitely give them a read! But here's my personal experience for helping with first-time penetration:

      1. I began by lying in my bed with a pillow under my butt so that my hips were slightly raised at an upward angle, and I spread my legs apart to a comfortable distance.

      2. Sometimes I'd stay in this position for a while just to get used to it (being naked, legs spread) and read a book or something, just to become calm and comfortable. I then used some handy material get turned on and, personally, I didn't touch my clit so that I'd crave stimulation no matter what kind - this is just something that worked for me, but might not for you! If it helps to touch your clit, do! Basically just do whatever you need to do to get comfortable, wet, and ready to begin (wetness isn't mandatory, but it physically helps with insertion and mentally will help you associate what you're doing with pleasure. For me, that was the end goal: less pain, more pleasure).

      3. I then took the smaller dilator and gently rubbed it over my body, not inserting it, just getting comfortable with it.

      4. I then lubed up the dilator (with Yes organic lube - make sure it's compatible with silicone!) and began to very very *very* slowly to insert it into my vagina. Remember, there is absolutely no hurry and you don't have to insert it any further than you're comfortable with. Personally, I found that I'd get a little bit in, it would hurt a little, and I'd panic a bit, so I'd hold it there and just take deep breaths. As I calmed down, my vagina would relax, the little bit of pain would ease, and I could slip a little more in. Remember that this is a process, and it's completely okay if you can't get the whole thing in during one sitting - I didn't at first! If you're taking it slowly, you will not feel too much pain.

      5. These were not very painful to insert, and in fact mostly painless, but at the time I was experiencing a lot of anxiety/panic around penetration. So the first few times I'd get a little in, then have to stop and cry - but crying actually helped me to release that pent-up anxiety and relax, so I'd try inserting the dilator again after and it would work. I'm saying that just so you know that it's okay and helpful if you need to stop and let feelings out. You probably won't experience this, but it's something I was surprised and honestly quite ashamed and frustrated by at the time. Just keep reminding yourself of your progress. :)

      6. Let the dilator sit inside your vagina for as long as you're comfortable with (I aimed for 10 minutes), even if you couldn't get it fully in. If you're feeling confident, you can twist it or move it in/out slowly, just get used to the sensation (this can also make you cum).

      7. Slowly remove the dilator, your vagina will probably naturally 'push' it out slowly. Personally, after finishing a session with a dilator, if I didn't already cum, I rubbed my clit to finish. It was important for me to associate the dilators with pleasure rather than a 'chore'.

      In conclusion from this very long TMI essay of a review, I'd recommend these. If you're comfortable with fingering, definitely try doing that first, since it's free (yay) and it's healthy for you to feel inside your vagina (so you can keep check of things in there!). But if you're unable to do this, these dilators are a great step for first-time penetration prep. I was finally able to have great sex after. The two largest dilators also work as 'regular' dildos for me now too, so I can continue to use them. :)

    2. Overall Rating:
      10 out of 10 stars
      Pros
      Quality solid feel, soft outer material, tapered tip, ring base for control, quick discreet postage.
      Cons
      Very expensive! Second and third dilators very close in size.
      Bottom line
      Unintimidating way to ease into penetration and become more comfortable.
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