Safe sex tools

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You'd think all sex toys are safe to come into contact with our bodies, but sadly that's not the case. Some sex toys - mainly the cheaper jelly ones that are sold as 'novelty' items - have the potentially to be pretty harmful. When shopping for a sex toy that's 'body-safe' meaning it's made from safe material, isn't made from potentially toxic chemicals, and isn't porous so it can be thoroughly cleaned without harbouring bacteria , it's wise to check the ingredients of the toy before buying. So, here are 12 really great body-safe toys, for if you're ever in doubt about what's safe to masturbate with. If something a little smaller is what you're into, you really can't go wrong with a bullet vibrator.

Are sex toys safe?

Your Safer Sex Toolbox

Being alive and engaging in the world around us involves risk, whether we drive a car, eat at a restaurant, or have contact with someone who might have a cold. There is not a way to avoid every risk. Engaging in our environment and building relationships carries so many benefits that most of us are willing to take risks each day but, consciously or unconsciously, we can weigh our risks and benefits to help us determine which risks we are willing to take and which we are not. Being sexual with someone also carries risks—risk of rejection, of unwanted pregnancy, of contracting a sexually transmitted infection STI or even a simple cold. Being sexual also can provide many physical, emotional and spiritual benefits, including physical fitness, emotional bonding, and a feeling of spiritual connection. Here we will examine some of the things you can do to assess your own risks and benefits so that you can enjoy the benefits important to you while decreasing your risk of contracting an STI, having an unwanted pregnancy, or being coerced into sexual activity.

10 of the best 'body-safe' sex toys to treat yourself to

On the Overwhelming Scale of one to the menu at the Cheesecake Factory, shopping for a sex toy is, like, an But, with arguably more pleasure potential than a slice of Oreo cheesecake and certainly a longer shelf-life , it's definitely worth it. But where do you start? Scroll down for the top things you need to keep in mind before taking a sex toy home, according to sexperts—including what type of toy is best for every person or situation, tips for picking a body-safe material, and how you should actually expect to pay for a pleasure product. Keep these in mind for your first sex toy purchase, and for any that come after!
Buying cheap vibrators off the internet can end up leaving you with a bunch of sexual health issues — from infections to messing with your hormones. A recent release from consumer watchdog Choice found that plastics containing damaging compounds such as Bisphenol A, phtalates, PVC, and BPA can disrupt endocrine, causing issues including infertility, breast cancer, and heart disease. Such as hard plastic rather than the jelly-like stuff , silicone, or metal. Keep toys separate.