Would you own all the same sex toys in a green version???

Would you own all the same sex toys in a green version???

Steve of Eden Steve of Eden
If you had a choice, and without changing anything: size, color, flexibility, etc... Would you own all of your sex toy in a green version?
Answers (public voting - your screen name will appear in the results):
Of course, why not? :)
Passionate Mandi , Freyja9 , hmb12 , ska , ASpiritedSlut , fizzygato
6  (16%)
Sure...
travelnurse , Rossie , mpfm , amazon , PropertyOfPotter , ToyGeek , Arlinnae , Harpina is gone , LoooveMonkey , Bullfroggy and Rose , sunkissedJess , hhh , xOhxSoxScandalousx , Robespierrethecat , victorsummers , potstickers , heartpinkgirl , karenm , Real or memorex
19  (51%)
No...
apryls , Sera26 , Trysexual , Mrs.Tee , married with children , Kitka , ShadowedSeductress , Deeder , Sammi , Lioncub , Apple3192 , Anne
12  (32%)
Total votes: 37
Poll is closed
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travelnurse travelnurse
Green, I take it you mean rechargeable and waterproof?
11/02/2012
apryls apryls
Quote:
Originally posted by Steve of Eden
If you had a choice, and without changing anything: size, color, flexibility, etc... Would you own all of your sex toy in a green version?
I need a little varity if I can have a varity then the color doesn't matter
11/02/2012
Rossie Rossie
The ones I own are already "green".
11/02/2012
Mrs.Tee Mrs.Tee
Quote:
Originally posted by Steve of Eden
If you had a choice, and without changing anything: size, color, flexibility, etc... Would you own all of your sex toy in a green version?
No really wouldnt see any purpose.
11/02/2012
amazon amazon
I wish they made them all in greener versions. I wish everything were made in a more eco-friendly and socially-conscious manner.

It wasn't a literal sense of "green":
"...without changing anything: color"
11/02/2012
ToyGeek ToyGeek
Well, not throwing out everything I already own would be the greenest choice. Everything I have is either rechargeable, or uses rechargeable batteries, and I don't buy toys made out of jelly that head for a landfill in a short period of time. I make an effort to recycle all packaging, which isn't always easy when trying to be discreet, and I don't buy PVC or other materials that cause pollution during their production. So if everything isn't officially green, I think I'm being green enough.
11/02/2012
married with children married with children
green is used more as a marketing term to sell more products to people, then as a term to explain how something is made or where it is made. So no, I would not change out our toys to "green" ones.
11/02/2012
ShadowedSeductress ShadowedSeductress
I like the variety in my toys. They don't all have to be green, or waterproof, or rechargeable. I very much enjoy having some that don't break the bank price-wise and others that I have to save up for. I think we can make better green decisions like conserving water, recycling, and turning lights off when we don't need them. I think these things would help our environment much more than having all "green" toys.
11/02/2012
Harpina is gone Harpina is gone
Green color? No. Rechargeable? Yes.
11/02/2012
Deeder Deeder
No, because I honestly don't care whether or not an item is "green".
11/02/2012
ska ska
Of course, why not?
11/17/2012
ASpiritedSlut ASpiritedSlut
Why not? You're not changing anything. Plus, I prefer to buy "green" in the first place.
12/07/2012
victorsummers victorsummers
sure
12/23/2012
Lioncub Lioncub
Probably not, though most of mine are already rechargable, the others ones are battery operated and work just the way they are.
12/23/2012
Real or memorex Real or memorex
Would be okay with that.
01/08/2013
Total posts: 16
Unique posters: 16