The bare minimum for a sex toy that doesn’t suck: materials and safety

5 Responses

  1. Clara says:

    This is one of the best posts I’ve found on toxic toys 🙂 thanks for the guide!

  2. American Badger says:

    Thank you for making this, I will definitely use this when shopping.

  3. Jay says:

    Thankfully I found blogs before I bought my first sex toy, or else I probably would’ve bought a cheap, toxic toy. I’ll definitely reference friends new to toys to this guide!

  4. Annie says:

    I’ve been trying to convince my friend not to buy from Amazon, I’ll have to send her this post

  5. Roxy says:

    I’m really happy that I was aware of the porous/toxic toys issues before I bought my first sex toys.
    I don’t understand why porous sex toys are still a thing . Even if someone believes that a porous toy doesn’t contain harmful chemicals, the fact that it’s porous alone means that it will have to be replaced eventually, it can never be shared between partners or used in multiple orifices, it can become a source of reinfection if someone used it while having BV or a yeast infection…Body-safe materials simply offer more bang for your buck in terms of durability and versatility, and they can be found for pretty cheap nowadays. I suppose that many people assume that if it’s on sale it must be safe to use, and that’s why education is so important.

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