These Are Some Of The Weird, F*cked Up Sex Toys Ancient People Used

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It’s the question that nobody everyone has been asking – what sex toys did the people of ancient China use?

Well fortunately we have the answer for you. And to be honest it looks like – apart from one incredibly fucked up example – sex toys from ancient China weren’t that different from today’s, reports ranker.com.

It’s not surprising really – human anatomy is essentially the same as it was a few thousand years ago – but it’s safe to say the ancient Chinese were fairly into their erotic aids.

So without further ado, here’s how they went about their sexy business…

Torture Dildo Saddles

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Rather than a toy, apparently the dildo saddle was used as a punishment for unfaithful women.

An emperor could have one of his women stripped, placed on a dildo saddle, and paraded around town naked with people encouraged to throw stuff at her as she was publicly shamed – which really doesn’t sound fun at all.

Dildo saddles are still around but nowadays they’re used in a fetish capacity – thankfully.

Penis Cages

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These were a chastity device used to cover the penis and angle it downwards.

The ancient Chinese believed that too much ejaculation caused the loss of a gentleman’s ‘jing’ or ‘essence’ which could be a health hazard and even kill them.

As a result they avoided sex and/or withheld ejaculation as much as possible, which again, doesn’t sound like much fun.

Hollow Dildos

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According to Ranker, in ancient China, the wealthier a guy was, the more wives he had which, in terms of bedroom activity, could be pretty exhausting.

As a result, men (and presumably women) in ancient China were big supporters of female masturbation. So when they were feeling all shagged out, they thought that, if they could provide their women with a penis substitute, they could keep them faithful.

Therefore, dildos were pretty popular and the wives of wealthy men would often be presented with beautiful members cast in bronze or crafted in jade.

Many of them were hollowed out and filled with liquid that could be released to simulate ejaculation.

Demon Destroyers

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As a rule it’s probably best to avoid any sex aid with the word destroyer in its name, but these aren’t actually as brutal as they sound.

Dating back around 5,000 these dildos weren’t actually used sexually at all. Holes near the testicles were used to hang them over doors as they believed the demons would get so embarrassed at the sight of male genitalia mounted on the wall that they’d stay away from the house.

Note: The same principle works if you bring a date home.

Penis Rings

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Still popular – so I hear – today, we have the Jin Dynasty to thank for penis rings.

Dating back to around 1200, the ancient Chinese nobility were the penis ring masters.

Due to their large numbers of wives, and their strange fear of ejaculation, these orgasm delayers were actually a necessity for wealthy men in ancient China.

Virgin Wheelchairs

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Remember that ‘fucked up example’ mentioned earlier – well here it is.

Emperor Sui Yang To reportedly had a wheelchair customised for the sole purpose of entrapping teenage virgins – grim.

The gruesomely rapey device had clamps that would spring up and ensnare the young girl as soon as she sat down.

It would also spread and pin her limbs and then tilt to just the right angle, ensuring she was in the proper position to ‘gain the royal favour’, which really sounds like the opposite of a favour.


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