More and more, we are coming to the realization that everything they put in - and on - our bodies can have an impact on wellness, cause disease and ill-health. My goal is to cultivate awareness of safe sex toys and accessories. You don't have to go without, just choose wisely! I'm here to help.
All of the items available in my shop score a rating of 9 or 10 on the safety scale. That means they are the safest products available, so you don't have to worry about which ones you should avoid. I've done the research for you. The safety rating has to do with four key factors: hygienic quality, chemical composition, porosity, and sterility.
Getting “Wet” – Understanding Why and How Women Do and Don’tOct 18, 2009
Although in the United States, a woman’s ability to get wet is often valued as a sign of her sexual interest in her partner, appreciation for women’s self-lubricating potential (we are the original self-lubricating beings…) is not universal. In some cultures it is dry sex that is held up as the ideal, and women become smooth about avoiding becoming slick.
Wooden Dildos: Nob Essence Pioneers Eco-Friendly Material for Sex Toys.Aug 16, 2009
Let’s face it—sex toys are easy to make fun of—the ubiquitous rabbit vibrators, the beige plastic “personal massager” shaped like a torpedo—and let’s not even talk about male masturbators. These devices don’t exactly make people think of the Four Seasons or the Russian Tea Room. So where’s the actual sexiness in the toy industry? Certainly not in the gaping maw of a “realistic” love glove.