Considering the risk associated with toys rated 6 lower on the Eden safety scale, do you think that EF is moving AWAY from those types of toys?

Considering the risk associated with toys rated 6 lower on the Eden safety scale, do you think that EF is moving AWAY from those types of toys?

PolyLove PolyLove
I am a toy material snob. After reading horror stories about some safety risks associated with different types of toys not only do I only buy things on EF that rate 7 or more, but I also try to educate others on the dangers. I was looking through EF's stock and it seems like they have a lot less jelly/rubber/etc material type toys available than they used to. Do you think they are moving away from those types of toys? Towards a better selection for their buyers? I sure hope so! I have loved watching EF grow and change. And if this is a change they are implementing, it only makes me love the community and website all the more!
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06/06/2016
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MrClark MrClark
I think it's partially a move on EF's part, but also likely consumers are becoming smarter and not buying the products too. This likely leads to EF choosing to sell safer toys as that's what consumers are wanting.

There is also a chance that the industry has realized this and started making safer toys too.
06/06/2016
PolyLove PolyLove
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Originally posted by MrClark
I think it's partially a move on EF's part, but also likely consumers are becoming smarter and not buying the products too. This likely leads to EF choosing to sell safer toys as that's what consumers are wanting.

There is also a ...
Are you aware that the sex toy industry isn't moderated by the FDA, so manufacturers are LYING to distributors about what they make the toys with, therefore putting consumers at risk, in turn, often causing the consumers to blame the distributors?
06/06/2016
MrClark MrClark
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Originally posted by PolyLove
Are you aware that the sex toy industry isn't moderated by the FDA, so manufacturers are LYING to distributors about what they make the toys with, therefore putting consumers at risk, in turn, often causing the consumers to blame the distributors?
Yes, and in fact a toy can claim to be silicone if only like 10% or something of the material is silicone.

But I think it's going to be hard to get legislators to back sex toy manufacturing regulation
06/06/2016
PolyLove PolyLove
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Originally posted by MrClark
Yes, and in fact a toy can claim to be silicone if only like 10% or something of the material is silicone.

But I think it's going to be hard to get legislators to back sex toy manufacturing regulation
Fair. But I find it a good cause to stand behind. America is so.... reserved with sex but open with violence. It's ridiculous.
06/06/2016
MrClark MrClark
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Originally posted by PolyLove
Fair. But I find it a good cause to stand behind. America is so.... reserved with sex but open with violence. It's ridiculous.
Considering law makers would rather ban them than make them safer... It is kind of ridiculous. It is definitely sad how closeted America is about sex in a lot of ways.
06/06/2016
PolyLove PolyLove
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Originally posted by MrClark
Considering law makers would rather ban them than make them safer... It is kind of ridiculous. It is definitely sad how closeted America is about sex in a lot of ways.
They're supposedly banned in my state. But they get around it with 'novelty' stores.
06/06/2016
MrClark MrClark
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Originally posted by PolyLove
They're supposedly banned in my state. But they get around it with 'novelty' stores.
Always like the loopholes, I still laugh as I figure the lawmakers who want to ban them only want to do it so they don't buy more
06/07/2016
PolyLove PolyLove
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Originally posted by MrClark
Always like the loopholes, I still laugh as I figure the lawmakers who want to ban them only want to do it so they don't buy more
We just need more open-minded individuals in our offices. I hate that it is 2016 and we still have prudes running our country.
06/07/2016
MrClark MrClark
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Originally posted by PolyLove
We just need more open-minded individuals in our offices. I hate that it is 2016 and we still have prudes running our country.
Agreed!!
06/07/2016
OH&W, Lovebears OH&W, Lovebears
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Originally posted by PolyLove
We just need more open-minded individuals in our offices. I hate that it is 2016 and we still have prudes running our country.
Prudes ? No, they are just trying to be politically correct. Everyone knows what goes on behind closed doors stay private.... That is, until they are exposed. Anyone think just because one is in office, they don't enjoy sex ? I understand in Europe, they are more free to express themselves.

Imagine any political coming out and saying they like sex ! They will be drummed out of office.

Sex toys are big big business. Look at all the toy companies in existence today compared to yesteryear's. I for one was really surprised to see how many companies sell such a variety of harness and such. And there are so many diff types of dils and vibes out there. Instead of being cloaked and walking into a sex store, one can just put them in their cart.
06/07/2016
wist wist
I didn't know that toy manufacturers lie to the distributors, but that really shouldn't surprise me since it happens in a lot of other industries.
12/30/2016
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