The FDA cites phthalates as a probable human carcinogen but there is no legislation pending to keep them out of sex toys. When shopping for safe sex toys, choose ones that are phthalate-free.
Sex toy blogger Epiphoria has collected some horrifying anecdotes about dangerous sex toys across the web: A double-ended dildo that felt like fire in someone’s ass . A ball gag that numbed someone’s mouth for days after mere minutes of use .
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Dangerous sex toy materials — in a nutshell: There are 2 main things that make a sex toy material unsafe: (1) porosity and (2) toxicity. Porous Material: A toy material that is porous has tiny micropores in the material itself.
If you use a sex toy in your butt and then use it in your own vagina (or around your penile opening), this can also result in one of these infections.
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There is an increased risk of bacterial vaginosis in women who have sex with women who have a history of sharing sex toys, or whose partners have bacterial vaginosis. Avoiding blood-borne infections Do not share any sex toy that may draw blood from the skin, as this type of sex toy can pass on blood borne infections.
It has a pungent odor and can cause allergic reactions. If you buy a rubber sex toy, be sure to use it with a condom because it is porous. PVC and vinyl: These are both cheap materials that contain phthalates. They are commonly used in sex toys to make them soft and more affordable.
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