Monday, February 26, 2007

Sex Toys

Ah... the joy of Toys.
Taking something and using it on someone else- with their total consent and even a touch of begging!
As you can see from the hand print of Strong Eagle on meat... anything- even your own body parts- becomes a fun and dangerous weapon if you use it right (in this case, right THROUGH the jeans).

There are "pro" BDSM toy pages, wanderlust trips through Home Depot (name your favorite building supply store there), and anything in the kitchen.

i wasn't however aware that vanilla old had gone quite so far into "specialty" pages until now:

With commentary pages from the chemical make up of "toys" : "There have been a number of news items recently about toxic sex toys, specifically related to the use of phthalates in sex toys. Unfortunately headlines about killer sex toys often fail to give us the information we actually need to make decisions about whether or not we should use sex toys that contain phthalates in them. Here is some basic information about phthalates, and their use in sex toy manufacturing.
What are phthalates?
Phthalates are a chemical compound used to soften hard plastics into soft rubber and jelly. Derived from Phthalic acid, and often called a plasticizer for its plastic softening properties, phthalates have been produced since the 1920’s and have been used in everything from perfumes to pesticides and, of course, sex toys.
Why are phthalates used to manufacture sex toys?
Phthalates soften the rubbers and make sex toys have a soft cushy feel to them. They are used in a wide range of sex toys, but there are many other toys that are phthalate free.
Should I worry about phthalates in my sex toys? ....

" to articles about Myths of Sex toys : "Myth: Sex toys are only for people who have a bad sex life, or no sex life", and "Myth: The more you pay for a sex toy, the better it is ", this site is full of useful tips and cute lines such as:
" Those people who would rather us not use sex toys at all come up with a variety of arguments for why they are bad. They’re addictive, their weird, and if you use them you can ruin yourself for “real sex”. For starters, “real sex” is any kind of sex you’re having or thinking about having. Also, there is no evidence whatsoever that sex toys can
damage or harm your sexual sensitivity or genitalia. Of course you could always poke out an eye if you don’t use your sex toy properly, but the same is true of your can opener, and no one’s telling you to throw that away."

Other pages at About deal with
How to Find a Good Sex Shop, Personal Lubricants, and one of our favorites, Homemade Sex Toys . The main author, Cory Silverberg, is a genuis at navigating the kink world of toys, especially the cheaper ways to play.


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