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Before you buy a dildo, it’s important to consider what kind of material you want. This is especially true if you have any allergies or sensitivities, since some materials are more likely than others to cause irritation.If price isn’t a concern and your main reason for buying a dildo is pleasure alone, then there are some great options out there that are made from higher-end materials like silicone or glass. These tend to be smoother and less porous than other types of rubber toys; they also last longer and feel more realistic as well. On the other hand, if cost is an issue for you (and let's face it: 99% of us can't afford $300+ sex toys), then consider buying plastic instead—they're much cheaper but still provide plenty of sexual pleasure!One thing all dildos have in common? They are all extremely pleasurable! It might seem counterintuitive at first glance because when compared side by side with something like an actual penis without pubic hair attached...well...it doesn't look very attractive at all! But trust me when I say this: I've tried both kinds extensively over many years now (yep...I'm old enough now where talking about my sex life isn't taboo anymore). And while guys might claim theirs feels better than anything else out there on planet earth...let me tell ya something else--when it comes down to pure sensation? Women always win hands down every single time!