I care a lot about this. The standard of living for average Americans has been on the decline since about 1980, and it's no coincidence that that's when we started having more "free trade".
Countries like China don't have the same protections for consumers, their workers or the environment that the US, Canada, and most European countries have. That's why those countries are able to produce goods for less money. We should have insisted on some kind of offsets to compensate for the differences when the treaties were negotiated, but we didn't. We need to either start requiring countries we trade with to have the same standards we do, or else require that they pay more to compensate. Unless/until we do that, our standard of living will continue to decline.
Since I don't see that happening anytime soon, I usually avoid buying things made in those countries — but it's not easy! Fortunately, with sex toys, the best are still made in countries with relatively strong worker, consumer and environmental protections. I wish the same were true for lingerie (and lots of other non-sex products). I'll get off my soapbox now!