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dil·do

, dildoe (dil'dō),
An artificial penis; an object having the approximate shape and size of an erect penis, and commonly made of wood, plastic, or rubber; used for sexual pleasure.
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

dildo

Consoler, vibrator Sexology An elongated cylindrical device used as a surrogate erect penis inserted vaginally or anally. See Sextoy.
McGraw-Hill Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

dildo

, dildoe (dĭl′dō)
An artificial penis-shaped device to simulate sexual intercourse.
Medical Dictionary, © 2009 Farlex and Partners

dildo

A surrogate phallus. An object used as a substitute for an erect penis.
Collins Dictionary of Medicine © Robert M. Youngson 2004, 2005
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Upon plopping the massive bronze bull statue with dildos, Jetton put on a Putin mask and straddled the bull, shirtless.
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[he strapless, pull-on design and body-conforming fabric make the Tomboi svelte enough to wear under your clothes with a soft-pack tucked into the front pouch, and, when you're ready to romp, you can slide a dildo through the flexible 0-ring without taking everything off.
Preciado, numa primeira abordagem reflexiva sobre o dildo, poe o dildo como antecessor do penis, que retroativamente produz o penis (ibid.: 61).
Jordan said: "Maybe I will get a box of dildos sent to me - probably with a note saying what to do with them.
Our wooden dildos are made from naturally felled trees - Anita Roddick's daughter Sam on opening a sex shop.
Kathy Grubbs was found to be traveling with 17 "obscene materials and obscene devices." In other words, Grubbs had a car full of dildos. She distributes the items and had just returned from showing her wares at a party for adult women.
He and his dancers referenced drugs and sex; they wore outlandish costumes that regularly bared body parts, sported gigantic rubber dildos or breasts, and showed explicit sexual activity in their dancing.
He pulled the copies because of a cover shot he called "a field of waving penises," but which were actually dildos.
For example, there was no place in androgynous 1970s lesbian-feminist circles for Femme Amber and the handsome butch women with the hungry mouths and dildos she desired.
This year, a bill has been introduced in the legislature to prohibit the state from placing children in adoptive or foster homes if those homes are the likely sites of "deviate sexual intercourse." This includes oral, anal or object-assisted acts- presumably involving everything from dildos to cigars.
When the relationship of lesbian sexuality to heterosexual norms is scrutinized, dildos aren't the only artifacts which arouse consternation; butch-femme role playing has also long been suspect, though in recent years it has re-entered lesbian practice and discourse in an unexpected blaze of glory, in large part due to the work of writers such as Joan Nestle and Leslie Feinberg.