The 24 Best Sex Toys for Men—Whether You're With a Partner or Riding Solo

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Sex, according to George Michael: "Not everybody does it, but everybody should." It seems like that people are finally catching on. There's boutique and direct-to-consumer sex brands popping up pretty frequently these days. And we think tasteful, well designed sex toys are miles better than the truck stop "Super Cummer 4000," or whatever people used to use. Sex positivity means better sex products, which means more enjoyable post-pandemic sex.

The trends in sex toys for men—or anyone with a penis—are fascinating. Textured masturbation sleeves. Prostate massagers with multiple levels of intensity. Even a full-on masturbation chamber (yep). So if you're ready to build out your sex toy collection, the following 24 sex toys for men can help turn your sex life on its head—and most can be used solo or with a partner of any gender (creativity is an asset!). And as always, use lube, even a condom if necessary (read on for more helpful information about buying and using sex toys). To end, have fun.

PHANXY

Wave-Motion Vibrating Prostate Massager

$30 AT AMAZON

If you (or you and your partner) are interested in motorized prostate and perineum stimulation, Phanxy makes a simple, affordable massager with nine speeds. And its shaft will press back and forth like finger to give you that "come hither" arousal.

LELO

F1S

P16,000 AT PLEASURE SHOP

Lelo has one of the most high-tech masturbation machines on the market. The F1S sends sonic waves through your penis for an elevated experience, with multiple settings accessed through an app to cater to your whims. It'll even give you stats about your speed and stamina, which, you know, could be informative. It also doesn't look like a sex toy, which is great.

HOT OCTOPUSS

Pulse Solo Essential Stimulator

$100 AT AMAZON
$100 AT LOVEHONEY

This sleeve pulses and oscillates to upgrade penis masturbation without you having to put in a whole lot of manual labor. In fact, it's been dubbed the "world's first guybrator."

DOC JOHNSON

GoodHead Helping Head Pro

$15 AT ADAM & EVE

The inside of this silicone penis sleeve is textured, simple as that. But if you wanna spice things up, there is also a vibrating version that has a mini vibrating bullet slips into the head to send sensation through, well, the head, whether you're masturbating or fore-playing.

MAUDE

cone, medium

$49 AT MAUDE

That beautiful green, the soft-touch silicone, the tasteful shape. So good-looking you might want to leave it on display. Don't! Or do, actually... Let that freak flag fly.

LOVENSE

Max 2 Wireless Male Masturbator

$129 AT AMAZON

This Bluetooth stroker is great for solo time, but amazing for long-distance play. Have your partner download the app, and they'll have various vibration levels and contraction settings to tease you with, from "slow wave" to "earthquake."

TENGA

Easy Beat Egg 6-Pack

P1,596 AT LOVECORNER.PH

Sometimes, good things come in small packages. The Tenga masturbation egg has an elastic inside that fits over any size and comes pre-lubricated. This pack includes various textures for an added level of pleasure, from a silky lining to a wavy one. And if you wanna go easy at first, starting with just one disposable Easy Beat Egg doesn't sound like a bad idea.

DOC JOHNSON

Goodhead Helping Head Blowjob Helper

$8 AT AMAZON

This device is for the orally inclined. Designed to feel like an actual mouth, you can use it on yourself. It's also great for couples where one of you loves receiving, but the other is not particularly keen on giving.

FUN FACTORY

Manta Vibrating Stroker

$134 AT AMAZON
$140 AT LOVEHONEY

The Manta looks menacing, but rest assured, it's not. This is a penis toy meant to make masturbation—or stimulation controlled by your partner—feel intensely pleasurable, with battery-powered vibrations and a ribbed design in the loops. Better yet, it's designed for couples play.

MAUDE

burn no. 1 candle

$30 AT MAUDE

Less a "toy" and not really something you'd use solo. But for two or more parties, lighting a candle and using the wax for a massage is incredibly sexy.

FLESHLIGHT

Turbo Blue Ice Blowjob Simulator

$70 AT AMAZON

Fleshlight is probably the most infamous of any male-focused sex toy brand, specifically for male masturbators. At this point, you can even custom design a Fleshlight to a very specific liking. But this non-anatomical, ice-blue Fleshlight, which tightens and loosens to your preference, more than gets the job done.

PERFECTFIT

SilaSkin Cock and Ball Ring

$35 AT AMAZON

A cock ring and then some, this silicone cock-ring-and-ball-stretcher toy slips over both to escalate intensity and pleasure, sans a battery pack.

UTIMI

Pearl Vibrating Anal Wand

$24 AT AMAZON

Step into the bead realm with this wand: a string of beads that sends vibrations up from the base in seven different variations. Start with inserting just one or two of the beads, and then work your way up from there.

LOVEHONEY

Wild Thing Vibrating Cock Ring

$50 AT LOVEHONEY

This 10-speed penis ring is designed to vibrate, stimulating the penis and testicles while simultaneously stimulating your partner's clitoris or perineum. With the remote control, you can do it to yourself, or leave the chosen intensity of teasing up to a partner for a bit of submissive stimulation.

MOCOYA

3 Sizes Anal Dildos

$27 AT AMAZON

Oh yes, dildo. Should you be shopping around for a dildo, this is a winner—comes in three sizes for all levels of sexual prowess, and with a suction base. Not to mention they're made with anal entry and g-spot stimulation in mind. Hubba hubba.

SATISFYER

Rocket Ring

$40 AT SATISFYER.COM

Slip this over a penis, and it'll slow down but intensify the experience, as well as spread the good vibes to your partner's clitoris.

SPAREPARTS

Hardwear Unisex Joque Strap-On Harness

$150 AT LOVEHONEY

It's technically a toy for a penis-less partner—inclusivity!—to use in you, with a dildo. It's easy to wear, comfortable—for the wearer, at least—and well-received by many users.

UTIMI

Cock Rings Set

$8 AT AMAZON

Play mix-and-match with this set of four different silicone cock rings. They don't vibrate, but sometimes good sensation isn't derived from fancy bells and whistles.

LELO

Hugo Prostate Massager

$219 AT LELO
$220 AT LOVEHONEY
$219 AT SKINSTORE

Again, it's Lelo, the Cadillac of orgasm providers. Its Hugo prostate massager is a hefty investment that'll pay itself off when the dual-motor shaft strikes exactly where you want. So yeah, consider treating yourself.

LOVEHONEY

Best Night Ever Couple's Sex Toy Kit

$30 AT LOVEHONEY

If you and your partner aren't 100 percent sure what you're into—or you do know, and what you're into is variety—then this kit of sex toy basics—ring, stroker, plug, and vibrator—covers plenty of bases (five, to be exact). Experiment happily.

BASICS

Classic Penis Pump

$25 AT LOVEHONEY

To fully prep for a sexual encounter, try a manual pump that uses suction to bring more blood to the penis.

ASTROGLIDE

Water Based Personal Lubricant

$9 AT AMAZON
$17 AT WALMART

Lastly, while lubricants for sex aren't exactly toys, they do make sex fun and safe, and that's all that matters. Astroglide's really slippery lube can be used on all condoms and sex toys—even the silicone ones—and it lasts surprisingly long despite being water-based.

B-VIBE

Rimming Vibrating Butt Plug 2

$150 AT AMAZON

Can't forget butt plugs. They really do the trick. And this one has a vibrating tip that rims to stimulate a tongue-like play.

ANEROS

Helix Syn Trident Silicone Prostate Massager

$70 AT LOVEHONEY
$71 AT WALMART

Vibrations can be too much sometimes—too intimidating or too fast. Aneros makes a rubber prostate massager that doesn't require a battery to feel good, thanks to the angling of the head. It'll sit well down there, courtesy of its wide grip.

A Few Things to Keep in Mind about Sex Toys


  1. You might think you know how to use it, but always refer to instructions before you start. Don't force yourself.
  2. Make sure the toy you get is made of body-safe materials—silicone, glass, stainless steel, etc.—and nonporous to eschew bacteria.
  3. Water-based lube can be used on sex toys of any material, but do not use silicone-based lube with silicone sex toys—it'll ruin the toys.
  4. If you're incorporating a sex toy into any sort of partnered sex, be sure to talk openly and confirm consent first.
  5. If you're a beginner, go slow—use the lowest setting, the smallest size, the least vibrations, etc.
  6. Keep the electronic sex toys charged.
  7. Most sex toy retailers utilize covert shipping procedures, so a box won't land on your front porch whose labeling screams that you just ordered cock rings.
  8. Pay no mind to the cringe-y names for some of these products; they do what they gotta do.

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