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Glass Sex Toys and The Truth – Are They Really Safe?
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. The reality is, sex toys can be dangerous if they aren't made using safe materials. This is a major problem because sex toys are not regulated by the FDA.
Ask the Doctors: Glass Toys & Safety
Equal parts intrigue and apprehension, the world of glass sex toys is vast and often uncharted. Glass is powerful, and this material flows like molten honey when it is worked to form incredibly strange, yet organic, objects with a compelling aesthetic. With such a vast range in what is available on the market, glass sex toys can be confusing!
Out of all the sex toy materials out there, GLASS sex toys are at the top of the list that makes people nervous. So, are glass sex toys safe? Like medical grade stainless steel, glass is non-porous and therefore very easy to clean and sterilize — making it a great material option. They CAN be quite strong and, therefore, quite safe….