Many objects around the house can perform as a pseudo-vagina or penis stroker. Soft sponges are one example and they are even more fun when warmed up, while thrusting a can of jelly in and out delivers an amazing love tunnel sensation.

Another fun DIY sex toy is a banana peel, which can be used to masturbate clitorally or vaginally. These ingenious ways to make a homemade vagina also come with the added benefit of being cheap and natural.

1. Banana

There are a variety of things that can be used as a homemade vagina. These include cucumbers, black beans, mushed up bananas, and more. Many of these items can provide sensations similar to a real dildo.

One thing to consider is that these objects may have bacteria and chemicals on them that could potentially harm your penis and/or vagina. For this reason, it’s best to stick with a more reliable option such as a fake dildo or a fleshlight stroker.

Several masturbation sites recommend using bubble wrap as an easy way to create a pocket pussy. You can use this method with a latex glove or a sock. Just fold 2 socks together and place the glove in between them, then secure the excess with rubber bands.

2. Egg

A simple DIY sex toy can be made using an egg, a sandwich bag and some rubber bands. Mancave has a great video showing how to string an egg, secure it and add the fun part – lubing it up. Avoid scented and warming lubes as these may increase yeast proliferation or cause thrush, instead opt for a non-sticky, flavourless or oil-based lubricant.

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Yoni eggs are made of semiprecious stones and allegedly promote sensuality, femininity and healing energy. But gynaecologists like Suchetha Kshettry are urging women to think twice before inserting these stone-like objects into the vagina.

Yoni eggs are porous, meaning they can harbour bacteria that can lead to infection. Besides, if inserted incorrectly, yoni eggs can cause micro-abrasions in the vaginal canal.

3. Aloe Vera

Aloe vera does more than soothe sunburns, it’s also one of the safest lube alternatives. Its natural pH of 3.8 to 5.0 is similar to that of the vulva, so it won’t cause any disruptions or irritation. Its slippery texture feels just like your own natural lubrication and lasts for a long time.

Just make sure to use 100% pure aloe vera to avoid ingredients that may be irritating, such as alcohol. For extra lube, you can mix in some vinegar, which is great for fighting those pesky yeast infections that can lead to itching and irritation down there. These ingredients are also used in some of our favorite intimate area washes that are safe to use with a sex toy or penetration device.

4. Olive Oil

This simple DIY lube recipe is made from ingredients you likely already have in your kitchen, and it is both body safe and delicious. It’s great for vulva and anal massage and masturbating with fingers, glass or steel toys or oral sex.

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The guys at Jokestrap Sexy Time have a really ingenious way to make an inexpensive homemade vagina that you can wear. All you need is 3 socks and a rubber glove. Simply fold 2 socks together and wrap the third around the bottom of the rubber glove, secure with a rubber band and then squirt in your favorite lube.

If you don’t have any bubble wrap, Pornhub has a tutorial for a DIY pocket pussy using modelling balloons. Something about this method just doesn’t feel quite right though. For a more realistic feeling stroker, consider a cheap Fleshlight instead.

5. Lemon Juice

A lot of people turn to social media-suggested solutions to sex problems, but they can backfire. Douching with hydrogen peroxide, for example, can throw off your pH levels and aggravate a yeast infection.

A lemon rind has been used as a natural cervical cap to keep sperm from entering the vagina since ancient times. Casanova’s lover Giacomo reportedly used it in the 1700s, when birth control options were scarce.

Alternatively, you can make your own lubricant by mixing equal parts of water and lemon juice. It is also a great vaginal lightener – apply it to the area and leave it for a few minutes before washing it off. It works best when used every day. You can also use a paste of sandalwood, turmeric and cucumber.

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6. Honey

For those who want a realistic vagina but don’t wish to spend big money on an actual fleshlight, there are many cheap DIY options. Some of these are quite creative and ingenious.

A good option is to use raw honey. It has the power to kill fungus, soothe itching and relieve swelling. It also has an aphrodisiac effect and is a great natural lubricant. You can try applying it topically or using a tampon soaked in it.

Another good DIY lubricant is coconut oil. You can buy it inexpensively and it’s very easy to apply. It’s even safer to use than baby oil. You can even use it to lube your penis. The warm sensations that come with this method enhance pleasure a lot.

7. Egg White

Like coconut oil, egg whites have lubricating properties. However, unrefrigerated eggs can carry salmonella and cause genital infections.

Some people use sock pocket pussies as a natural lube alternative. This involves putting a sandwich bag in a sock and securing it with rubber bands. This will create a soft, stretchy masturbator that is great for penetration.

Alternatively, you could try making a DIY vagina out of a rubber glove and some water based lube. This will give you a similar sensation to a Fleshlight stroker, and it’s easy to make at home. Just be careful not to overfill the glove. Too much pressure can cause irritation or chafing in the vulva. You can also add a little jelly to the mixture for added texture.