First in Series: Healthy Practices to make Boons out of your Sex Toys rather than Banes

by Stephen McConnell on January 14, 2022

Picking up the metaphorical torch [of sorts] from where we had left off the previous week, the first and foremost step to making Boons out of your Sex Toys and not Banes is having full knowledge of the materials of which your Sex Toys are made. However, knowing the stuff of your Sex Toys takes precedence no more than being able to tell whether or not they are suitable for the use to which you intend to put them.

It’s nowhere near news that some folks work common objects [mostly household ones] into makeshift Sex Toys termed ‘Pervertibles’ the way desperate plug-uglies improvise ‘Shivs’ out of whatever.

Wait, you know what a Shiv is, right? Of course, you do.

Let’s deal with ‘Pervertibles’ then.

Pervertibles are common household objects that [as the term already implies] can be ‘perverted’ for sexual use. They are of two major categories: the Spanking Pervertibles e.g. spatula, toothbrush, waist belt, hairbrush, carpet beater [which is uncommon and yet painful], paddles [such as ping pong paddle and sorority/frat paddle], flatware, towel [water-soaked], etc., and the Non-spanking Pervertibles: cooking oil, pins, chocolate, hot wax, whipped cream,ice cubes, bandannas and handkerchiefs [used as blindfolds and gags), gloves,feathers, lotion,nails, needles, fire, etc.

Now, a whole lot of Sex-Toy folks use these Pervertibles without running into any troubles. And this is because they make good judgement as to the uses to which they put them [the Pervertibles] in their variety. The handle of toothbrushes or hairbrushes, for example, is better used for penetrating the vagina or anus than candles in the sense that the former has the benefit of retrievability. Retrievability? Hell yeah! This is especially for people who identify as female. If, in the thick of the orgasmic contraction of your vagina, you lose control of your hand and either Pervertible gets sucked in like a canoe to a maelstrom, I tell you, the only thing you would want at such precarious moment is for it to be retrievable. Now, in the case of a tooth/hairbrush, you could reach all the way in for its head or its tuft or even its shank and extract the stuff with the gingerly care of a surgeon. But you and I damn well know retrieval is much more fraught with peril in the case of a candle which could easily get broken in the process; necessitating the immediate intervention of a Medical Expert.

At the end of the day, real Sex Toys [such as every single one of those available on our online store] are the safest, for they are made smooth and unbreakable so as to not only maximize their enjoyment but as well guarantee your safety.

  • Following Every Single Use of your Sex Toys with Thorough Sanitization

Whether you are on a Solo Session [Sole Sesh] or with a partner[s], you should follow every single use of your Sex Toys with thorough sanitation.

Make no mistake; sanitation should never come after you are done altogether. Rather, it should come in between acts or turns like when you are sharing your Masturbation Sleeve with your partner[s] as in the case of people who identify as male, or when you are moving your Dildo or Vibrator from your anus to your vagina as in the case of those who identify as female.

Dr. Alyssa Dweck said: “Sex toys should be cleaned between every sex act and in between every partner.”

A major trouble with Pornographic Movies is implied in this statement, if you ask me.

With Sex Education being so deficient in a world where the Sex Toy and the Pornography Industry have become mainstream industries, there necessarily is Sexual Miseducation spreading like wildfire all over the map.

Pornos depict people switching between oral, vaginal, and anal penetrations with thorough cleansing not intervening. Viewers of these abundantly available motion pictures are led into believing that there is nothing bad in such practice when otherwise is the case regardless of what you are using: your Sex Toy, your penis [for male], your finger[s], your tongue... whatever.

Yeah. Otherwise is the case, because a great proportion of the bacteria [mostly Escherichia Coli] that causes Urinary Tract Infections [UTI] can be located around the anal area of the body. Now, moving your Sex Toy, say Dildo, from your anus to your vagina would mean conveying these bacteria to your urethra where they can undergo Binary Fission [reproduce] and ultimately cause a Urinary Tract Infection [UTI].

Behold, the dangers of not sanitizing your Sex Toys after every single use [act or turn] is not limited to UTIs. It as well encompasses Sexually Transmitted Infections [STI] and a few other bacterial infections.

Sanitization includes washing/cleaning, disinfecting and drying. And different Sex Toys require different sanitization methods.

For Sex Toys bought from our Online Store, you can consult with our ever-helpful and prompt Customer Support Team at to how to proceed with sanitization. Tepid water and gentle soap could afford your Sex Toy a First Aid of sorts, though. And thorough drying afterwards is essential as half-dry Toys could serve as breeding ground for different species of mold.

Also, for a quick solution, you can get yourself any of the many antibacterial Sex-Toy spray-on Cleaners on our Online Store including Trinity Anti-Bacterial Toy Cleaner and Before and After Anti-Bacterial Adult Toy Cleaner whose ingredients include Deionized Water, Cocamidopropyl, PG-Dimonium Chloride, Phosphate, Benzyl Alcohol, Disodium EDTA, and Fragrance. But, this should never substitute thoroughly sanitizing [washing] your Sex Toys after every use. It should only be employed when you are so exhausted that you want to wait until morning to properly wash your Sex Toys.


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