The Top 8 Sex Toys for Size Queens

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For some people, bigger is better.

Just like penises, sex toys come in all sizes. It's a good thing, too, because so do people's preferences. Keep in mind, though, that if big and hard are your thing, these qualities tend to be less forgiving in sex toys than they are in flesh and blood. It's something to consider in case your eyes are bigger than your, um, orifices.

If you’re wondering how a super huge sex toy will logistically fit, self-pleasure is a good place to start. Bigger toys work best when vaginas have had a chance to warm up and reach their wettest potential. Fun fact: The vagina literally expands when it’s aroused. Remember, the more excited you are, the better. That’s a good general rule for both men and women. Also, don’t hold back when using lube. (Spit has no place parading as the slippery stuff.)

Like all sex acts, set a pace that works for you. Quickies are in no way suggested for toys that (literally) push you to the limit. Take deep breaths, stay relaxed and listen to your body. And if a toy is simply too big, it’s OK to hold off and try another day. Sex (toy) play is all about having fun, and although the idea of a monster-size cock may excite you, not every day is a good day to expand your horizons. If today is one of those days, though, here are a few great, big toys to consider.

Read: 7 Tips for Purchasing Giant Sex Toys

b-Vibe Rimming Plug

This high-tech butt plug is a fave for interactive partner play. One person wears the plug, while another controls the wireless remote. What sets this girthy silicone plug apart from others is its rotating beads and vibrational patterns that create a powerful rimming sensation.

nJoy Eleven

This stainless-steel beauty is an unyielding beast. It’s one of the biggest and heaviest toys money can buy. It’s also pretty expensive ($300!), but nJoy products are worthy investments, IMO. Measuring a whopping 11” by 2” (the smaller side is taped at 1.75” in diameter), the dildo’s flared end locks it snugly in place behind the pubic bone. Gentle pushing motions paired with a clitoral vibe create mind-blowing blended orgasms.

nJoy Pure Plug 2.0

nJoy took its popular stainless-steel plug and supersized it with its 2.0 design. From the second you open its signature fuchsia, satin-lined box, this alluring toy is all business. With plenty of lube and patience, it’ll pop right into place, ready for long-term wear or an ass-filling accessory during sex. The weight of this toy is what really sets it apart from others. It is significant - in a good way.

Tantus Mr. Universe

This silicone dong is definitely not for beginners. At 3” thick and 6” long, take it easy with this meaty toy or you’ll feel like you’re being split open. With a little bit of patience and anal training, tough, this firm beast is sure to please even the pickiest of size queens.

Fun Factory Big Boss G5

This is Fun Factory’s top-selling vibe – and for good reason. Its strong vibrations and ridged head fill the pussy and hit the G-Spot spot-on, making both clitoral and cervical orgasms possible. Bonus: This delight of molded manhood is waterproof.

The Rabbit Company Classic Rabbit XL

The just-right amount of firmness and spacing of the rabbit ears makes this vibe a perennial favorite for female pleasure. The Rabbit Company steps up the dual action ante with its XL version, which offers the same intense clitoral stimulation, but with a thicker gyrating shaft to better fill the vagina and hit the G-spot.

Doc Johnson American Bombshell Atom Bomb Dildo

If your ass or vagina craves a giant stretch, this 15” superstar will get the job done. Its thick shaft and massive base will keep it in place, making it a top pick for rough anal play. Once it’s in, this toy isn’t going anywhere. If you're into big toys, you won't want it to.

Doc Johnson Super Big End Butt Plug

For many people, the great joy of butt plug play is the feeling of fullness it provides. This big and squatty toy is no exception. Butt plugs don’t need a lot of attention – simply slide the 5.5” length in and let the flared base hold it in place while it takes your sphincter to pleasure town. Pro tip: Use lots of lube – the anus is not self-lubricating and forced entry of any kind is pretty unpleasant.

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Written by Charyn Pfeuffer
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Charyn Pfeuffer is a versatile print and digital writer specializing in food, travel and sex-positive topics. Over the past two decades, her work has appeared in more than 100 media outlets including Delta Sky, Marie Claire, National Geographic Traveler, Playboy, Refinery29, The Globe and Mail, The Washington Post, Thrillist and Travel + Leisure. She lives in Seattle with her rescue dog.

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