10 Best Dildos For Men (Gay Guys or Straight)

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Dildos aren’t just for women! Many men (straight guys included) enjoy a little anal stimulation so here we present the best dildo for men!

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After all, the ass is where the prostate is. A dildo is a perfect toy to hit that “male g-spot” (otherwise known as the “p-spot”) and result in some mind-blowing orgasms.

Here we give you the lowdown on the 10 best dildos for men… plus everything you need to know in order to choose a dildo that you’ll love.

Ready? Let’s dive right in!


Our Best Dildos for Men in Detail

When it comes to dildos designed for guys there’s a lot of choices out there. Here are our top picks!

 Fun Factory Magnum

1. Fun Factory Magnum

Best overall dildo for men

Material: Silicone | Length: 6.5 inches | Girth: 1.5 inches | Works with harness: Yes | Suction Cup: No 

  • Smooth shape for easy insertion
  • Incredibly durable
  • Pleasant, velvety texture
  • Small, not-very-stable base

The Fun Factory Magnum strikes a nice balance between being realistic and beginner-friendly.

It has a roughly penis-like shape but smooths out the ridge behind the glans for easier insertion and removal.

Size-wise it’s good for beginners – enough length so you can grip it by the shaft as well as the base and still have a length to play with, but not too much girth.

Though you will still need to warm up with fingers to take it in.

Because it’s neither totally realistic nor totally toy-like, some users find the shape a little off-putting. Many people want either something that looks real or something that definitely doesn’t.

Though, we still recommend Magnum highly. Sometimes a design that’s a little different can give you the best of both worlds. In this case, that means ease of use and lots of stimulation.

The only other downside is that the base is a little flimsy compared to other dildos, which gives you less to grip.

Thanks to that extra length this isn’t too big a problem for most users – just use the extra-long shaft for extra leverage. 

And if you do drop this dildo now and then? Don’t worry – it can take it! It’s made of body-safe, durable silicone which is tough and easy to clean… without feeling too plastic or synthetic. 


Tantus Silk

2. Tantus Silk

Best starter dildo for men

Material: Silicone | Length: 5.25” | Girth: 1.1” | Works with harness: Yes | Suction Cup: No 

  • Curved to hit p-spot
  • Completely smooth – great for beginners
  • High-grade, durable silicone
  • Basic, featureless dildo
  • Can be difficult to insert

If you’ve just started experimenting with anal play the Tantus Silk has you covered. This is a super-basic but high-quality dildo that is designed to be just right for first-time anal players

To start with, the uniform shape means that insertion is nice and easy – there’s no ridges or changes in thickness to deal with. Removal is easy too.

Whether it’s on the way in or the way, this toy glides nice and smoothly.

However, there is one way that its smoothness is a disadvantage. The broad, rounded tip can be more difficult to insert than a pointy one. You can make the whole process a lot easier with a guiding hand to get that tip in just the right spot.

And, given its small size, you might get bored of this toy pretty quick once you’ve mastered it.

While this is a great starter dildo, it doesn’t have many interesting features for more experienced anal adventurers. 

You can hardly find anything better than Tantus Silk when it comes to smoothness. Unlike in many other toys, there isn’t even a molding seam on the surface of this toy.

The high-grade silicone also makes cleanup nice and easy – you can do anything to this toy: wipe it down with bleach, sterilize it in a dishwasher, or even stick it in a pot full of water and boil it. 

However you clean it, it’ll come out fresh and undamaged.


Tantus Sport

3. Tantus Sport 

Best starter dildo for p-spot stimulation

Material: Silicone | Length: 5.5” | Girth: 1.25” | Works with harness: Yes | Suction Cup: No

  • Easy to clean and store
  • Beginner-friendly but one step up
  • Easy to grip base
  • A little too squishy

With its bulbous head, the Tantus Sport offers a little more stimulation than the smooth Tantus Silk… while still being friendly to beginners. 

In fact, this dildo can be a good in-between step for anal enthusiasts who want to work up to a thicker, more realistic dildo, but aren’t yet ready to deal with a sharp ridge around the glans.

It’s made from Tantus’s own silicone blend, which is ultra-hard-wearing for easy cleaning and simple storage.

It’s also relatively soft and squishy too, which makes it more forgiving during insertion.

That said, it might be too soft to give you the hard pounding, especially if you really want to hammer your p-spot. Although it’s still great for more gentle sessions.

Finally, there’s no suction cup on this toy, but the teardrop-shaped base is designed to be easy to grip no matter what position you’re in. 

As an added bonus, the point of the teardrop aligns with the curve of the shaft, so you can always tell which way it’s pointing, even once inserted.


Lovehoney Slimline

4. Lovehoney Slimline 

Most inexpensive beginner dildo

Material: Silicone | Length: 5” | Girth: 0.95” | Works with harness: Yes | Suction Cup: Yes

  • Not at all expensive
  • High-quality materials
  • Sized for beginners
  • Suction cup not very sticky
  • Small, unstable base

If you’re not sure whether or not you’ll enjoy anal play at all, the price tag of some dildos can be a little off-putting.

Not so with the Lovehoney Slimline, a cheap but very well-made dildo from Lovehoney.

Texture and bulges can be uncomfortable for anal newbies. But this dildo is perfectly smooth and even along the entire insertable length. This allows it to slip in and out with ease.

And here’s the thing:

Lovehoney have also sized this dildo with beginners in mind. It’s one of the smallest and least-intimidating on the list.

Even somebody with no anal experience should be able to have some fun with the Slimline.

That’s not to say it has no downsides, but most issues with the Slimline come down to the base.

It’s a little too small for easy handling. In order to use it with a harness, you will need a 1.25” O-ring.

When it comes to the suction cup, you’ll need a completely smooth surface – like bathroom tile – in order to use this dildo hands-free.

Just because this is a cheap toy, doesn’t mean they’ve skimped on design. The materials are all body-safe and high grade. 


Vixen Mistress

5. Vixen Mistress

Best multi-use dildo

Material: Silicone | Length: 5.75” | Girth: 1.25” | Works with harness: Yes | Suction Cup: No 

  • Use it for any type of play
  • Optional vibrator
  • Lots of color options
  • Very minimal detail and texture

The main strength of the Vixen Mistress is its versatility. The medium shape and size of this dildo mean that it’s as good for vaginal use as it is for anal.

That makes it a top choice for couples who might both wish to enjoy their new toy.

Even better, Vixen offers an alternate version of this product that comes with a bullet vibrator. You can use it as a dildo, a strap-on, and a vibrating toy.

What about Mistress’ shape and size? The shaft itself is slim, with a sculpted head that doesn’t add much thickness or texture. 

It doesn’t offer much interesting texture or changes in thickness for more experienced users.

This is more of a good, solid, everyday-use kind of dildo, rather than one to challenge yourself with.

On the plus side, it’s nicely curved to allow you to steer that head towards the p-spot with ease.

Thanks to the high-quality silicone, you’ll also find the toy simple to clean – wash it, boil it, or put it into the dishwasher.


 Godemiche Ambit

6. Godemiche Ambit

Best-looking dildo for men

Material: Silicone | Length: 5.9” | Girth: 1.7” | Works with harness: Yes | Suction Cup: No 

  • Looks amazing
  • Available in a range of colors
  • Tapered tip for easy insertion
  • Girthy and dense – not for beginners

The Godemiche Ambit is certainly something to look at! 

This pearlescent dildo is available in a range of colors from gunmetal to bubblegum and beyond – whatever your personal color scheme, Godemiche has got you covered.

However, the shape might not be right for everyone. This is an unashamedly thick and girthy dildo, with a bulbous head and curved shaft. 

If you’ve have some anal experience and want more of a challenge (or something a little more filling) consider the Ambit. 

And here’s the kicker: 

This girth is really noticeable because Godemiche use a dense blend of silicone. That gives the toy a nice weight but means it’s not as bendy or forgiving as some other dildos.

One nice touch is that the shaft of the Ambit gets wider the further down you go. 

If it’s a little on the thick side for you, you can stick to the top end, while anyone who wants to be filled or stretched can push on down towards the base.

On the other hand, it is designed for easy insertion with a tapered tip and a wide, easy-to-grip base. If you can handle its girth, the Ambit is a great dildo.


Blush Real Nude Dayo Dual Density Dildo

7. Blush Real Nude Dayo Dual Density Dildo 

Most affordable dual-density dildos

Material: Silicone | Length: 7”| Girth: 1.6” | Works with harness: Yes | Suction Cup: No

  • Very affordable
  • A range of sizes and shapes
  • Stiffness and softness both at once
  • Ineffective suction cups
  • Squidgy material picks up dirt easily

What’s so special about a dual-density dildo? 

Well, their main feature is that they have a solid inner core and a softer outer wrapping. This makes them feel crazily realistic and gives a good balance of thrusting power and easy insertion.

Blush make a range of high-quality dual-density toys, with models that vary from the toy-like Real Nude Helio to the slightly more realistic Real Nude Rollo, to the super-realistic Real Nude Dayo.

Whatever your tastes, you can have a dual-density dildo to meet them.

That said, this line of dildos isn’t perfect. The Dayo has no suction cup – and on the models that do the cups only really work on completely smooth tiles. 

Plus the squishy material is a magnet for dust and hair, meaning you may have to give your toy a quick clean before each use as well as after (which is a good practice either way!).

Still, there’s nothing wrong with having a nice clean dildo. And the good things about Blush dildos more than outweigh the weaknesses.

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Dual-density dildos are usually pretty pricey, which often puts them out of range of people who just want to try them out.

Blush’s range is surprisingly affordable, though, with most dildos to be found in the $40 – $50 range.

And the even better news? 

Although they’re cheap, Blush dildos are still pure silicone.

That means you can clean these any way you like – or even throw them in the freezer to get them nice and cold for some kinky temperature play.


Naked Addiction Dual Density

8. Naked Addiction Dual Density

Most realistic dual density dildo

Material: Silicone | Works with harness: Sometimes | Suction Cup: Yes | Length: 5.5 Inches | Girth: 1.75 Inches

  • Realistic dildo with balls included
  • Dual-density
  • Lots of great texture
  • Not compatible with some harnesses
  • Tricky to clean

Like that dual-density feeling and want to take a step up in quality? This Naked Addiction Dual Density Dildo is a solid (but also nicely squishy) choice!

This dildo not only has a realistic dual-density feel to it, it also comes with lots of realistic detailing including veins, balls, and a sculpted head.

The realism ends with the big suction cup attached to the base. This makes the toy very easy to grip, and also incredibly secure.

When suckered to a smooth surface this dildo isn’t going anywhere!

Of course, the big suction cup means that this toy won’t fit well with some harnesses. Plus the deep crevices around the suction cup mean that it requires a little bit of patience to clean.

And as far as anal stimulation goes, you might find it difficult to locate your p-spot with the Naked Addiction Dildo, since it doesn’t have any curve to it.

Because of that, we recommend this one for anal players with at least a little experience (all that texture can be tricky for newbies), who are more interested in penetration than prostate stimulation. 


NJoy Pure Wand

9. nJoy Pure Wand

Best prostate massager

Material: Stainless Steel | Works with harness: No | Suction Cup: No | Length: Up to 7 Inches | Girth: Up to 1.75 Inches

  • Extremely durable and easy to clean
  • Double-ended – two different size heads
  • Designed to be great for prostate stimulation
  • Material is too hard for some users
  • Expensive compared to other toys

The nJoy Pure Wand is unique and bold. This prostate massager is made of stainless steel, giving it a highly-polished reflective look.

It’s also quite heavy, so it might take a little time to get used to it!

The weight, the hard steel, and the fact that it doesn’t warm up as quickly as other toys might be off-putting to anyone who’s new to anal penetration.

A little dip in some warm water works wonders for warming up your wand. And once you get used to the hardness, this super solid toy (combined with its curve) allows you to stimulate your p-spot just as hard as you like

Do be careful, though: once this toy is slippery with lube it’s so smooth that it can be tricky to hold on to.

For best results use one end only per session and be precise when applying the slippery stuff.

On the plus side, it’s extremely easy to take care of. Stainless-steel toys can handle any lube and any method of cleaning.

If you want a quality toy that will last for ages, the nJoy Pure Wand is a good choice.


Mood Naughty 2 Prostate Plug

10. Mood Naughty 2 Prostate Plug

Best for warm-up or extended wear

Material: Silicone | Length: S – 3”, M – 3.5”, L – 4.5” | Girth: S, M – 1”, L – 1.25” | Works with harness: No | Suction Cup: No 

  • Specifically designed to find the p-spot
  • Available in a range of sizes
  • A snug fit for extended play
  • Only useable as a plug
  • Small handle 

The Mood Naughty 2 Prostate Plug isn’t technically a dildo, but no list of male anal toys would be complete without mention of at least one prostate massager.

Rather than being used for pegging or strap-on play, this toy is a better bet for prostate orgasms than most dildos. It is designed to give a feeling of fullnessand hit the prostate every time.

Once inserted, you can wear the plug under clothes. Not only does this feel good (try walking with it for a little light massage), it also helps you work up to taking bigger toys.

The handle is a little small and difficult to grip, which makes slipping it in a bit more difficult than it needs to be.

However, a slimline handle like this is way more comfortable for long term wear than a flared base.

A range of different sizes are available to suit all bodies, but check the measurements before you order – this toy is a lot smaller than it appears!


What Should You Consider When Shopping for a Dildo?

Dildos seem pretty simple when compared with other toys – they don’t need batteries, and they don’t have any moving parts. Shopping for one should be pretty simple, right?

Well, there’s actually quite a lot that goes into picking the perfect dildo.

Material

The material your dildo is made from will have a huge impact on the way it feels, and how you use it. 

Metal or glass toys are easy to clean and last for a very long time with very little care. Plus you can use any kind of lube on them without worrying about causing damage.

On the downside, they’ve very hard and unforgiving, so not great for anal newbies. They also take a little while to warm up after insertion, which might not be for everyone.

The vast majority of anal toys are made out of silicone. This has a realistic feel and can be adjusted to soft and squidgy or rigid and firm for different toys. In most cases, silicone will give you the texture you want.

When using a silicone toy use water-based lube only. Silicone-based lube can wear the silicone toy down over time, or even cause it to melt!


Flared base

Trust us when we say this: you’ll want a dildo with a flared base. Not only does this make it easier to grip, but it’s also an important safety feature.

Toys disappearing into the ass is a rare thing, but it does happen. The ass is a powerful muscle, and it can easily suck in things that are inserted into it.

Now that’s a trip to the emergency room that nobody wants to make!

Having a nice, wide flared base stops this from happening, and means that you can play without fear of losing a toy inside your body. Phew!


Length and girth

The size of your toy is really down to personal choice.

Are you a beginner when it comes to anal stimulation, or have you had some practice already? Does the idea of taking something big excite you… or make you weak at the knees?

If you’re unsure, we suggest going for something with a slimmer girth, and with fewer features.

A smooth dildo will be easier to take for beginners, while more experienced anal enthusiasts will enjoy some texture and variation.

Start small – you can always work up to a bigger dildo later. Buying a dildo that’s too big, however, is a surefire route to a bad first experience.


Realistic or not

Most dildos fall into one of two categories: realistic or toy-like. This is another choice that’s down to your personal preference.

Does a realistic toy excite you? Then you may want to opt for a flesh-tone dual-density dildo for maximum realism.

At the other end of the scale are toys that aren’t even remotely realistic, but are instead simply designed to get you off.

Think the nJoy Wand, for example: not only does it look nothing like a penis, but it’s also made of stainless steel!


Curve

When you’re aiming for p-spot stimulation, you’re going to want a toy with a little bit of a curve to it.

You see, that curve helps it reach just the right spot to stimulate the prostate and help you get off.

After all, the part of the body you’re inserting the toy into is curved, so it makes sense that a curved toy will feel good when inserted.

If you’re using a curved toy, but find that you’re still not quite reaching the p-spot, you may need a longer dildo or one with a broader head to really do the job.


How to Use and Get the Most Out of Your Dildo 

When it comes to any kind of anal play, you need lube. Even the slimmest strap-on will need quite a bit of slippery stuff to make it comfortable and fun.

For anal play, we recommend Sliquid H20. This is a water-based lube, so works with any toy… and better yet is completely body-safe too.

Vegan, hypoallergenic, phthalate-free – Sliquid H20 is all these things, and super slippery too.

Coconut oil is another natural, body-safe option. Just make sure your toys are metal, glass, or pure silicone (no plastic or rubber), as oils can react badly with other materials.


How to Ride a Dildo and Hit Your P-Spot

There’s no getting around it – getting yourself off with a dildo can be awkward. The angles involved might make it tricky to get good penetration or really enjoy yourself.

If that’s the case, we recommend a dildo with a suction cup. This allows you to be comfortable while trying it out in the shower or bath… or even on the kitchen floor!

Even if you don’t have a suction cup on your dildo, a wide, easy-to-grip base is essential.

While slathering the toy with lube, try and keep the base dry. We suggest using one hand to apply lube and the other to handle the toy.

But here’s the most important thing: if you’re a beginner, take things slow. 

Simply put, your ass needs time to get used to new sensations. The slower you go, the more fun you’ll have. 

When you can comfortably take a dildo, it’s time to go in search of the p-spot. You’ll need to go a few inches in and up.

If your toy has a curve, point it upwards and experiment with different depths and different motions: swirling, pumping, a little gentle rotation, until you hit a spot that feels really, really good.

Trust me: you’ll know when you find it!

How To Find Your P-spot

Conclusion

Playing with the best dildo for men can be a truly mind-blowing experience. 

Whether that’s hammering your p-spot for an intense prostate orgasm or exploring pegging and strap-on play with your partner, there’s so much to be discovered… and so much fun to be had.

So what are you waiting for? Good luck!

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