When I think of double-sided dildos which are pretty much what they sound like in that it's a dildo with two heads that can be used by two people on either end to have sex with each other , I think "gag gift" or "why. Double-sided dildos, as far as I can tell, take a certain Next Level of finesse because you're both in charge of keeping this thing in your vaginas or butts and maintaining a rhythm that seems akin to a game of tug of war but with a plastic dong that looks like a larger version of a water snake toy. My queer friends have never openly mentioned their love of double dongs in my company but it's totally possible they had never used them or maybe that's just the kind of thing you don't talk about while drinking pinot and watching Girls? I don't know, so I decided to ask several women directly instead of waiting for the magic moment when they mention them out of the blue because they'd been on their mind a lot lately. Adira, 43, says she's always been interested in double-sided dildos but felt like they wouldn't be right for her because she found "the products on the market are made for those with more room inside them than I have," due to some issues with her pelvic floor. She said, "Even if I wanted to go for it anyway [with a double-sided dildo], the pain during and afterward wouldn't be worth it.