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What are Sex Toys?

by Stephen McConnell on January 04, 2022

What are Sex Toys?

Sex Toys [otherwise known as Adult Toys, Marital Aids, etc.] are objects or devices used by people for sexual stimulation or to heighten their sexual gratification. But this is no news, is it?

Sex Toys have been mainstreamed in recent years, courtesy of Pop Culture, so much that their possession and usage is in the ascendant throughout the world. Current assessments place the worth of the Sex Toys Industry to be approximately $30 billion and predict its global market to have soared by eight percent to around $50 billion by 2026.Did you hear that?!

Though, in a good deal of thoroughly different forms do Sex Toys exist, some of the most important ones are as follows in descending order of popularity: Vibrators otherwise known as Vibes, Dildos, Life-size Sex Dolls, Anal Toys, Masturbation Sleeves alias Fleshlights, Strokers, etc., Penis Rings otherwise known as Constriction Rings, Pumps, Ben Wa Balls alias Kegel Trainers, Packers aka Prosthetics, and Harnesses otherwise known as Straps, Strap-on Harnesses, and more, the whole lots of which are abundantly available for you in top quality on our Sex Toy Online Storewww.bunnyhump.comthe most beloved Sex Toy Destination in the States.

As said in the foregoing paragraph, the many forms in which Sex Toys exist widely differ both in their make and in their use so much that working out where to begin can feel a little oppressive. However, consulting with the Customer Support Team of our Sex Toy Online Store at www.bunnyhump.com/pages/contacton our many topflight products can be a great way to learn more about Sex Toys and what might work the best for you.

Sex Toys and Society

Despite the booming market of the Sex Toy Industry, the demonization of Sex Toys by society persists to this very day on account of strait-laced customs and outmoded yet predominant mentalities. In recent years, major breakthroughs have been made in peeling these associations of shame and disgrace off Casual Sex, but doing the same to Sex Toys has honestly been the furthest thing from a breakthrough.

People are not proud of using sex toys because they see them as immoral stuffs or because they see the use of Sex Toys as evidence of inadequate sex life or because they [especially those who identify as male] feel deprived of their virility using Sex Toys. But the billion-dollar truth is that we can all benefit from Sex Toys physically, mentally and healthwise, regardless of our gender or relationship status or sex life or sexual orientation. You can use Sex Toys to enhance your intimacy with a partner [or partners] and to learn more about your own sexuality; intensifying your sexual satisfaction and thus creating genuine self-appreciation by affording you more control of your own sexual desires. According to the TENGA 2018 Global Self-Pleasure Report, Americans report 90% of sexual satisfaction with people who use sex toys, compared to only 76% of sexual satisfaction with those who don’t use sex toys.

Sex Toys can also help you deal with sexual dysfunction. The BunnyHump’s HydroMax7 Penis Pump for example is highly recommended my many doctors. It allows you to gain impressive erections easily and safely while at the same time making them broader, harder and longer lasting thanks to its unique, newly designed Bellows Pump system. It’s readily available for purchase on our first-rate Sex Toy Online Store at www.bunnyhump.com.

BEHOLD, Sex Toys afford you no Buffer Zone between unsafe sex and its unsmiling consequences. As a matter of fact, Sex Toys consist both in Boons and Banes. You hear that?

Healthy Practices to make Boons out of your Sex Toys rather than Banes

  • Knowing the Materials of which your Sex Toys are made:

While there is no instruction manual as to the Body/Skin Safety of the many materials used in the manufacture of Sex Toys, there are however some materials that you should steer clear of. I’m talking about materials with very high possibility of being hotbeds for germs. These materials are porous and porous materials are as adsorbent of germs as sponges, making them very difficult to fully sanitize. Common porous materials that sex toys are made of include Rubber or Thermoplastic Elastomer[TPE] sometimes referred to as Thermoplastic Rubber [TPR].

“Porous Sex Toys are also more likely to transmit infection,” Alyssa Dweck, MD, FACOG, a gynecologist in Westchester County, New York, says. “That is because their surfaces are more permeable.”

I know what you must be wondering now.Are there no Government Agencies seeing to the fact that Sex Toy Companies use body-safe materials in making their Sex Toys? Well, the answer is no with a capital N. Sex toys are not regulated by the Food and Drug Administration [FDA] or any other related Agencies. You know what that means don’t you?

Stick to Sex Toys that are made of body-safe Silicone like BunnyHump’sOnyx Vibrating Silicone G-Spot Dildo, Glass like BunnyHump’s Girth Enhancing Penetration Device and Stroker Sleeve, Wood like BunnyHump’s Firecracker Clothespin Body Zipper, or Metal like BunnyHump’sStainless Steel Penis Trap. These materials are non-porous and are therefore much safer to use on multiple bodies.

However, the only time porous materials are difficult to steer clear of is with Masturbation Sleeves which are basically made from Thermoplastic Elastomer/Rubber—the secret to their realistic feel. Avoid using Masturbation Sleeves with multiple partners under any circumstances, unless you know their STI status.

This is the leadoff article in a continuous series projected to be published weekly. So watch out for the next article to continue enjoying!

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