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The stigma of buying used sex toys has weakened. But still.
Sex toys are taboo. When you order them online, they come in discreet packaging, and when you buy them in the store, you have the option to carry them home in concealed bags. People have a tendency to walk into a sex toy shop, grab something off the shelf and rush home. While I commend the people who are open enough to use accessories to explore their sexualities — with themselves or with their partners — I urge people do more research about sex toys before they purchase them.
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This post is part of Mashable's Masturbation Week. May is National Masturbation Month, so we're celebrating by exploring the many facets of self-love. Over the past few years, however, there's been a growing interest in sustainable sex toys — including, but thankfully not limited to, used sex toys. Browse Craigslist, Reddit, or even some of your favorite sex-positive Facebook groups, and you're guaranteed to find a discounted, freshly boiled anal plug for sale. And while there's nothing quite so magical as coming home to a warm pot of cock rings on the stove, it's worth noting that no used sex toy is ever completely free of risk.
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.