Wand: Wood, Traditional Chinese Sculpture

Price: $55.00
Wand: Wood, Traditional Chinese Sculpture 4 x 6
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Size: 16 * 2.8cm
Material: wood
Colour: Natural Brown

The face carved into the dildo is, according to some, a spirit intended to protect the user from unwanted invasion by bad spirits. It worked! People using dildos did not contract Sexually Transmitted Infections the way they did directly from a sexual partner!

History from Wikipedia

Dildos in one form or another have existed widely in history. Artifacts from the Upper Paleolithic of a type called "bâton de commandement" have been speculated to have been used for sexual purposes. Few archaeologists consider these items as sex toys, but archaeologist Timothy Taylor put it, "Looking at the size, shape, and—some cases—explicit symbolism of the ice age batons, it seems disingenuous to avoid the most obvious and straightforward interpretation. But it has been avoided."

The first dildos were made of stone, tar, wood, bone, ivory, limestone, teeth,[12] and other materials that could be shaped as penises and that were firm enough to be used as penetrative sex toys. Scientists believe that a 20-centimetre siltstone phallus from the Upper Palaeolithic period 30,000 years ago, found in Hohle Fels Cave near Ulm, Germany, may have been used as a dildo.[13] Prehistoric double-headed dildos have been found which date anywhere from 13–19,000 years ago. Various paintings from ancient Egypt around 3000 BCE feature dildos being used in a variety of ways. In medieval times, a plant called the “Cantonese groin” was soaked in hot water to enlarge and harden for women to use as dildos.[12] Dildo-like breadsticks, known as olisbokollikes (sing. olisbokollix), were known in Ancient Greece prior to the 5th century BC. In Italy during the 1400s, dildos were made of leather, wood, or stone.[16] Chinese women in the 15th century used dildos made of lacquered wood with textured surfaces and were sometimes buried with them. Nashe's early-1590s work The Choice of Valentines mentions a dildo made from glass. Dildos also appeared in 17th and 18th century Japan, in shunga. In these erotic novels, women are shown enthusiastically buying dildos, some made out of water buffalo horns.

Dildos were not just used for sexual pleasure. Examples from the Eurasia Ice Age (40,000-10,000 BCE) and the Roman era are speculated to have been used for defloration rituals. This isn't the only example of dildos being used for ritual ceremonies, as people in 4000 BCE Pakistan used them to worship the god Shiva.

Many references to dildos exist in the historical and ethnographic literature. Haberlandt, for example, illustrates single and double-ended wooden dildos from late 19th century Zanzibar. With the invention of modern materials, making dildos of different shapes, sizes, colours and textures became more practical.