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Satyr Dildo – Small – Firm – Adoption

54.99

This Ready to Ship Satyr dildo is ready to ship and ships within 1 business day.
Adoptions have minor cosmetic flaws in the model that do not affect usage.
Firmness firm – Shore A15 – comparable to 00-60. Squishy, silky smooth and non-sticky!

Availability: 1 in stock

Satyr dildo – Additional information

❤ DIMENSIONS ❤

Full size: 18 cm (7.08 inches)
Of which usable: 15 cm (5.90 inch)
Thickest diameter head: 3.2 cm (1.25 inch)
Thinnest diameter shaft: 2.9 cm (1.14 inch)
Thickest diameter shaft: 4 cm (1.57 inch)
Weight: about 300 grams

Circumference of the usable length:
Thickest point head: 8.5 cm (3.34 inch)
Thinnest point shaft: 10 cm (3.93 inch)
Thickest point shaft: 12.5 cm (4.92 inch)

For a reference of the dimensions, please check out the 5th image!

Our dildos are:

❤ 100% handmade with love in the Netherlands
❤ 100% platinum cure silicone, medical grade
❤ 100% body-safe raw materials and pigments
❤ Waterproof, non-porous, odorless material, easy to clean!

Do not use silicone lubricants!

❤ SHIPPING ❤

All orders come in a brown box with a discreet label which does not include our company name. Tracking is standard with every order, please note that due to the current measurements it can take a while before an order arrives, and before there is movement in the tracking. Each order includes an instruction on how to clean and properly store your new toys.

Shipping is done with DHL in the Netherlands, PostNL abroad (in the US they transfer to USPS. Please keep in mind that delays are happening.). International shipments are cleared at customs as “Silicone Sculpture”.

For a reference of the shipping and packaging, please check out the 8th image!

❤ ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ❤

The toys are inspected before shipping and packed in plastic. The color of the photo may appear different depending on your monitor and lighting. Please keep this in mind when ordering. Our toys are all handmade and can therefore contain irregularities.

❤ SATYR ❤

In Greek mythology, a satyr (Greek: σάτυρος, translit. sátyros, pronounced [sátyros]), also known as a silenus or silenos (Greek: σειληνός seilēnós [seːlɛːnós]), a male nature spirit with ears and a tail resembling those of a horse, as well as a permanent, exaggerated erection. Early artistic representations sometimes include horse-like legs, but, by the sixth century BC, they were more often represented with human legs. Comically hideous, they have mane-like hair, bestial faces, and snub noses and are always shown naked. Satyrs were characterized by their ribaldry and were known as lovers of wine, music, dancing, and women. They were companions of the god Dionysus and were believed to inhabit remote locales, such as woodlands, mountains, and pastures. They often attempted to seduce or rape nymphs and mortal women alike, usually with little success.

In classical Athens, satyrs made up the chorus in a genre of play known as a “satyr play”, which was a parody of tragedy and known for its bawdy and obscene humor. The only complete surviving play of this genre is Cyclops by Euripides, although a significant portion of Sophocles’s Ichneutae has also survived. In mythology, the satyr Marsyas is said to have challenged the god Apollo to a musical contest and been flayed alive for his hubris. Though superficially ridiculous, satyrs were also thought to possess useful knowledge, if they could be coaxed into revealing it. The satyr Silenus was the tutor of the young Dionysus and a story from Ionia told of a silenos who gave sound advice when captured.

Over the course of Greek history, satyrs gradually became portrayed as more human and less bestial. They also began to acquire goat-like characteristics in some depictions as a result of conflation with the Pans, plural forms of the god Pan with the legs and horns of goats. The Romans identified satyrs with their native nature spirits, fauns. Eventually the distinction between the two was lost entirely. Since the Renaissance, satyrs have been most often represented with the legs and horns of goats. Representations of satyrs cavorting with nymphs have been common in western art, with many famous artists creating works on the theme. Since the beginning of the twentieth century, satyrs have generally lost much of their characteristic obscenity, becoming more tame and domestic figures. They commonly appear in works of fantasy and children’s literature, in which they are most often referred to as “fauns”.

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