How to safely use Jelly Toys...

edeneve edeneve
I see a lot of toys are made of jelly & it's lowest on the safety rating. since so many are for sale, I'm assuming that these toys are being purchased. how do you use your jelly toys safely for the really small toys? how do you use your jelly toys safely for the large toys?
07/29/2012
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- Kira - - Kira -
Safe jelly = in the trash away from the skin. That said, if you must use one, use it with a condom.
07/29/2012
clp clp
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Originally posted by - Kira -
Safe jelly = in the trash away from the skin. That said, if you must use one, use it with a condom.
Yups. You wouldn't eat tainted, spoilt food. Don't put the messy equivalent of jelly toys in your body, either.
They are purchased because the consumer isn't informed or paying attention about the dangers. If you know and understand those dangers, you understand that paying more for a quality (which doesn't mean expensive!) toy isn't even a choice, its an absolute.

I cannot think of a time that using crap-quality toys would be a a necessity.
07/29/2012
edeneve edeneve
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Originally posted by clp
Yups. You wouldn't eat tainted, spoilt food. Don't put the messy equivalent of jelly toys in your body, either.
They are purchased because the consumer isn't informed or paying attention about the dangers. If you know and understand ... More
I don't understand why EF would sell them then...
07/29/2012
- Kira - - Kira -
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Originally posted by edeneve
I don't understand why EF would sell them then...
People sell dangerous stuff ALL THE TIME. Uneducated consumers buy dangerous things because they're cheaper. Most plastic bottles have BPA. It's only recently that BPA-free bottles became widely available. Tons of people don't care and buy the BPA bottles.

Aspertame and other artificial sweeteners are pretty well known to cause health problems. Still a prevalent and highly purchased ingredient in foods and drinks.

Do you think laws about product safety exist because no one ever made an unsafe product that people bought in droves? LOL

There's not much supervision over the adult toy industry. I personally prefer that because I think government should mind their business. I also think this means that CONSUMERS should research things before sticking them in their bodies. Don't trust manufacturers to look out for you best interest. Their interest lies in their bottom line and stock price (if applicable). Some companies do look out for consumers, but it shouldn't be expected in today's age. If you expect that companies are looking out for you, you're putting yourself in danger - likely in places other than just your sex toys.
07/29/2012
Sodom and Gomorrah Sodom and Gomorrah
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Originally posted by edeneve
I see a lot of toys are made of jelly & it's lowest on the safety rating. since so many are for sale, I'm assuming that these toys are being purchased. how do you use your jelly toys safely for the really small toys? how do you use ... More
You can use your jellies but with toy covers or condoms, don't risk it because it may or may not contain risky chemicals.
07/29/2012
Beck Beck
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Originally posted by edeneve
I don't understand why EF would sell them then...
They make children's toys with cadmium and other extremely toxic things inside them. Look up the ingredients in your shampoo. You'd be surprised at how hazardous some of the ingredients are.

Jelly toys are porous. Porous toys can harbor bacteria over periods of time that can give you infections. Jelly toys can also ooze chemicals like phthalates.
07/30/2012
ToyGeek ToyGeek
Most customers don't bother to do research, don't know that jelly is dangerous (just like the other examples in this thread) and when they use google to arrive on Eden's page, they'd click away when their ten second attention span waned if they didn't find the cheap jelly crap they thought they wanted. They'd just go elsewhere, and never learn the difference. So EF carries jelly, and it's up to reviewers and sex educators and bloggers to slowly try to educate people.

I'd never use or recommend jelly, but I do think some of us overreact to it a bit -- yes, it's bad, but if someone's smoking 3 packs a day, living on diet soda and fast food, and smearing endless chemical crap on their bodies every day in the form of cheap hygiene products, then what the heck difference does the jelly make, really? I think people need to choose healthier choices in all areas of their lives, not just in sex toys.
07/30/2012
edeneve edeneve
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Originally posted by ToyGeek
Most customers don't bother to do research, don't know that jelly is dangerous (just like the other examples in this thread) and when they use google to arrive on Eden's page, they'd click away when their ten second attention span ... More
thanks for the comparison, it helps see it in day to day life - thanks, I needed that
07/31/2012
Donna Juliette Maxted Donna Juliette Maxted
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Originally posted by ToyGeek
Most customers don't bother to do research, don't know that jelly is dangerous (just like the other examples in this thread) and when they use google to arrive on Eden's page, they'd click away when their ten second attention span ... More
I agree with you that people need to make healthy life choices but those that smoke, do so because they are addicted to nicotine, they were not told or were fooled by the companies making the tobacco about the risks, then the addiction kicks in. Don't think I know any smokers who wish they smoked, rather they would want to stop because of the harm it is causing them.

Jelly vibrators have been shown now to link to infertility, early menopause, and terrible reactions down below. As a seller of sex toys and vibrators I do not want o sell anything that may be detrimental to someones health. their is no real "addiction" for jellies.. .what real pleasure do you get from them? apart from the obvious but then that can be healthily satisfied with a safe toy, such as one made from silicone. I agree to a point that people have the choice to do what they want, but as you say they are not educated. Everyone needs to work together to educate and prevent any more health issues with the use of jelly toys. Customers may not want to know them, maybe they don't need too, so the responsibility remains with the retailer. Prevention is not measurable but it is better than woman later linking infertility to their jelly vibrator use.
11/14/2012
Mikemanz Mikemanz
interesting...
11/15/2012
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