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So what's the catch?
Well, penis extensions, rubber sleeves that fit over the end of your penis, are sort of like hair extensions. That is, they do make your penis look and feel longer and thicker. But underneath it all, they don't really make your penis larger. Still, if you want to live the fantasy of having a bigger tool between your legs, a penis extension may satisfy both you and your partner.
Bigger Is Better
Sometimes size does matter, and an extra inch or two where it counts can make a difference to your partner. A penis extension can add usually one to three inches onto the end of your cock. Depending on the type of sleeve it may also add a noticeable amount to your circumference.
Strapless extensions are like condoms with a sort of prosthetic penis-head on the end that sits right on top of your penis head, while the sleeve covers your shaft and holds the extension in place. If the sleeve material is thick it will also add some dimension to the girth of your penis. These extensions may be textured for added partner stimulation.
The other type of extension is like a hollowed out dildo that your erect or non-erect cock fits inside. These extensions are rigid or semi-rigid and require either elastic straps or a harness to hold them in place. The straps are usually attached, but in for some models you may need to purchase a harness separately. Because they are more rigid, strap-on type extensions can be used by men who have difficulty getting hard or staying hard, or they can be used to prolong intercourse indefinitely. Basically, they're a non-pharmaceutical equivalent of Viagra. Most are realistic in design and moderately generous in proportions, and some are ridged, knobby or bumpy.
Some of these dildo type extensions also contain mini vibrators to increase sensation for both the wearer and his partner. The vibrator may be located in the extension head, or near the base, to stimulate the wearer's balls, or the female partner's clit. Cyberskin extensions come in both strapless and strap-on varieties. This unique material requires is amazingly lifelike in feel, but requires special care and handling. See our special article on cyberskin extensions for more information on how to use and care for them.
Screwing With Extensions
The bonus of extensions is the extra inches and in the case of strap-on extensions, more staying power. The drawback is that they throw a wet blanket on your penile sensitivity. Even the thinnest extension is the equivalent of wearing several rubbers. The effect for the wearer is really the psychological trip of having a longer dick, and the reaction that you get when you give your partner something extra.
For some women, an inch or two more of penetration can make a big difference if they enjoy stimulation of their cervix (the area at the opening of the uterus). For some, the cervix is too sensitive to handle direct stimulation, but for others the end of the extension pressing and bumping against the cervix can create deeply pleasurable sensations. Bumpy or ridged extensions can also enhance vaginal intercourse and stimulate the woman's G-spot.
In the case of anal intercourse, extensions can allow you to plumb new depths, and any surface textures on the extension will be greatly amplified by the sensitive nerves in the anal area. If you are a gay man, extensions may also help you stimulate your partner's prostate gland, which is like the male version of the G-spot.
Putting Them On
If you are using a flexible sheath or condom type extension, you may need to roll it up before you put you can get it on. Just grab the edges of the sleeve and roll it inside out, like the reverse of rolling on a condom. Place a dab of lube on the inside of the end cushion where your cock head will go, and then rub some lube on your own knob end. This will increase your sensation during sex. Fit the end of the extension over the end of your dick and hold it in place as you roll the sleeve down onto your shaft.
Stretchy cock sleeves and cyberskin extensions should be put on this way also. Handle your cyberskin extension carefully as you put it on and take it off. It is flexible and stretchy but can tear easily. Don't tug on it or pull at the end or the edges. Jelly rubber and silicone are more durable, but can also tear if they are nicked.
If you are using a strap-on type extension, you should also apply a dollop of lube at the end of the inner sleeve if your penis will be touching it, and lube the end of your cock. Step into the harness or straps, position the extension over your penis and slide it into place over your cock. Then adjust the straps or harness to fit snugly.
Although extensions cover the penis like a condom, they should not be used in place of a condom to prevent pregnancy or STDs. If you need to use a condom for contraception or safe sex, you can put one on over a sleeve type extension, making sure it covers the length of your shaft securely. If you are using a strap on type extension, put the condom on your cock before you slide it into the extension.
Lubes and Cleaning
Remember that some lubes are not compatible with certain sex toys because they will cause the material to deteriorate. Oil and petroleum-based lubes like Vaseline should not be used with rubber, latex, or cyberskin extensions. Likewise, don't use silicone-base lubes with silicone extensions. Water-based lubes like K-Y Jelly and Astroglide are safe to use with anything.
Clean your extension after use by washing it with soap and warm water. If it contains a vibrating element, remove the batteries and avoid getting the battery pack wet. Don't submerge a vibrating extension in water. Pat dry and disinfect with alcohol or an antibacterial sex toy cleaning solution. For instructions on care and cleaning of cyberskin items, see our special section on cyberskin extensions.
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