Would you accept a used toy from a friend?

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Would you accept a used toy from a friend?

libbyv libbyv
would you except a used toy from a friend?
04/07/2013
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*Camoprincess* *Camoprincess*
Quote:
Originally posted by libbyv
would you except a used toy from a friend?
If I could fully sterilize and knew they were clean and free of STDs then maybe. I prefer myself to be the ONLY person using my toys. I have passed a few along to friends who knew I was clean and they were silicone and could be sterilized.
04/07/2013
MrWill MrWill
I have, but said friend was also an ex and the toy had been used mostly on me anyway
04/07/2013
Lildrummrgurl7 Lildrummrgurl7
If it was a non-porous material I could sanitize and I had a general idea about their sexual history, sure.
04/07/2013
Hummingbird Hummingbird
If I knew the friend well enought and could sterilize it, yes. For me it would have to be something rated at a 10 safety level that could be both boiled and sterilized with a 10% bleach solution. Glass would be most preferred.
04/07/2013
shelovesblackmen shelovesblackmen
no..i can just buy my own
04/07/2013
eri86 eri86
I think not.
04/08/2013
MasquedAngel MasquedAngel
Quote:
Originally posted by libbyv
would you except a used toy from a friend?
No. I don't think there is enough sanitary actions that could make me feel comfortable using it!! Lol
04/08/2013
bratcat bratcat
Quote:
Originally posted by *Camoprincess*
If I could fully sterilize and knew they were clean and free of STDs then maybe. I prefer myself to be the ONLY person using my toys. I have passed a few along to friends who knew I was clean and they were silicone and could be sterilized.
i'm with you on this. I would accept a toy so long as it's silicone, glass or metal and could be fully sterilized and i knew that friends STD/STI status. I know friends that have shared toys (although they're uneducated on toy materials and the harm some can cause) by one using a condom over it.
04/08/2013
RonLee RonLee
Only under certain circumstances. Was the toy one that could be easily sterilized, such as glass or stainless steel? Was that friend also a lover? If so were we going to be playing together?
04/08/2013
Lioncub Lioncub
If it could be sterilized properly and I knew them well I would. Of course if I didn't know them that well I wouldn't be accepting of something like a toy anyway.
04/08/2013
ChubbyNerd ChubbyNerd
I probably wouldn't.
04/08/2013
PropertyOfPotter PropertyOfPotter
I would if the material was able to be fully sterilized.
04/08/2013
never shy never shy
I do not think I would
04/08/2013
Kitten has left the site Kitten has left the site
No, even if it could be cleaned and sterilized, I would cringe at the idea of it. *did indeed cringe* I'm extremely paranoid about getting infections down there and that's a big no no for me.
04/08/2013
Noelle Noelle
Quote:
Originally posted by libbyv
would you except a used toy from a friend?
No way, I can't even think about it..EWWWWWWWW!!!!(disg ust)
04/08/2013
steelaster steelaster
I think probably not, but if it was someone I knew really well and they never used it internally (like a clitoral vibrator) I might. Only if it was glass or silicone though.
04/09/2013
bog bog
Quote:
Originally posted by libbyv
would you except a used toy from a friend?
I would, depending on the circumstance. If it's silicone or glass and sterilizable... sure, why not?
04/09/2013
null null
If it can be sterilized, then sure! I actually give my friends used toys and also sell used toys.
04/09/2013
TJtheMadHatter TJtheMadHatter
If it were sterilizable and I knew what the toy was. If they don't remember what it is, and I can't tell, I wouldn't. If they knew exactly what the name was or could show me so I could check out the material, then maybe. Anything other than silicone, glass, or metal...no.
04/09/2013
libbyv libbyv
i don't think i could either
04/09/2013
Trysexual Trysexual
If it was silicone, steel, glass or the like, sure.
04/09/2013
cgartman1989 cgartman1989
probably not
04/09/2013
mpfm mpfm
I don't think I would.
04/09/2013
Kitka Kitka
Quote:
Originally posted by PropertyOfPotter
I would if the material was able to be fully sterilized.
Same here
04/09/2013
RedFreak RedFreak
maybe if it was glass or silicone
04/09/2013
Wicked Wahine Wicked Wahine
If you think about it, there are plenty of things we use that others already have, we just know that they can be sufficiently cleaned. For instance restaurant glasses, silverware, etc., the dentist's office, where they sterilize the equipment before it goes in your mouth and all the other health services examples.

So, if it can be sterilized, it doesn't matter if the person who used it before was riddled with disease. However, that would depend on a sure fire way to sterilize it at home & being able to do it effectively. There's also the psychological "ick" factor to get past, but I can see no problem with glass or metal. I still have my reservations about silicone because the integrity of the surface is so easily damaged by scratches & punctures that can hide microbes. It just depends on how careful you are about sterilizing it & if you trust the source. So, yes I would consider it for glass & metal, but silicone would be a more considered decision.
04/09/2013
DreezzyyBabyy DreezzyyBabyy
I'm not sure. It depends.
04/10/2013
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Unique posters: 27