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liljeepr liljeepr
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If jelly isn't a safe material for anal use, then why are most anal toys made of jelly?? I don't understand. I personally hate condoms, so if I have to use a condom on a toy to have safe play, then forget it. It's not worth it. Which is shame, because I've seen some anal vibrators that I would love to try, but they're made of jelly, so no go for me. Maybe the sex toy designers will realize that they should make anal toys with a safer material? Hopefully?
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Originally posted by liljeepr
If jelly isn't a safe material for anal use, then why are most anal toys made of jelly?? I don't understand. I personally hate condoms, so if I have to use a condom on a toy to have safe play, then forget it. It's not worth it. Which is ... More
It's probably because the material is so pliant and soft - it makes it much more comfortable, especially if you're not used to anal play. On the bright side, any toy with a flared base (or other design feature that keeps it from getting lost) can be used as an anal toy, so you could always try to find silicone or glass vaginal toys that fit your interests.
03/19/2012
Sweet-n-sensual Sweet-n-sensual
Your supposed to use condoms with jelly toys? Oh was I misinformed on that! So what exactly makes jelly bad? Do you have allergic reactions or something?
04/22/2013
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