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Your expert-led guide on how to use a strap-on – no matter your gender or orientation

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If you’re a newbie to the world of strap-ons, it’s time to listen up. Keep reading for a full guide – for everyone and anyone who’s curious – on how to use a strap-on.

WORDS BY BETH ASHLEY HEADER DESIGN BY ANISA CLEAVER Much like scissoring, the almighty strap-on is such an iconic symbol of queerness that even if you’ve never used one before, chances are, you’ve seen one in a film or joked about them with your friends before.

Perhaps you’ve also been tempted to give one a go, but find all the strap options, sizes and colours a little overwhelming, and the whole thing a bit confusing.

We don’t blame you – there’s lots going on in the strap-on world. Fortunately, GAY TIMES has created a guide to everything you need to know about how to use a strap-on and strap-on sex: from selecting the right equipment, to getting down and dirty, and cleaning up afterwards.

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