Sex and Earth Day!

wildorchid wildorchid
Hey Eden, I just read this great article on Lelo's website detailing their eco friendly approach to sexual objects. Here's the link
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It got me thinking about how cool I think it is that some companies really do care about our environment. I know a lot of Edenites love their eco friendly toys, but how Eco friendly are they really? Do you guys consider manufacturing when considering eco friendly toys? What other thoughts do you have?

I just want to have a great discussion about our favourite eco friendly sex practices Happy Earth Day everyone!
04/21/2012
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Originally posted by wildorchid
Hey Eden, I just read this great article on Lelo's website detailing their eco friendly approach to sexual objects. Here's the link
Link

It got me thinking about how cool I think it is that some companies really do care about our ... More
I gotta say, although I'm pleased when I see a toy is eco-friendly, it hardly persuades my decision to purchase it (simply because they are also typically more expensive).

I go to a college that is very eco-friendly, and I abide by their standards as they make it easy to do so, but I'll admit, if I was back in the midwest, I'd easily bypass the recycling containers to dump that pudding cup in the trash.

Maybe it's awful, or maybe it's simply cultural conditioning. I am just thankful that my school provides me with easy methods of keeping the pudding cups out of the landfill
04/22/2012
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