Where Have All The Dildos Gone?

By | March 31, 2008

Yesterday evening I was in a tidying mode when I got back from work, it must be something to do with it being the first day of Spring tomorrow.

So after eating dinner I decided to go upstairs and pull the huge suitcase from under the bed. There are toys for all seasons and just about every year too. Lol Some of my rather large collection have been there for years and years.

In the last three years that Alex and I have been reviewing toys here, there have been major developments in toy functionality and styling. I recall the days when vibrators were straight up and down, bullet style ones. The most exotic model actually looked like a cock and was a revelation. I bought one of course! 😉

My collection now is so varied in shape, style and usage that some toys are almost unrecognisable as adult toys of pleasure. More something you could leave out on the coffee table without hesitation. Although I don’t think I will try it, both sets of parents are fairly clued up. Lol

The clearout also gave me the opportunity to completely remove any toy containing phthalates, which have been linked to birth defects when tested on rodents, and with damage to the liver and testes.

Despite the concerns and the pro active attitude most adult toy manufacturers have shown toward their eradication they are still used worldwide in the manufacture of everyday products ranging from nail polishes to, it’s claimed, Apple’s iPod and iPhone. You can read more about this here. The article specifically cites this Green Peace report with regard to the iPhone phthalates issue

I’m doing my best to have green sex…you know what I mean. 😉

You can see a video of my latest vibe, the Wave Vibrator from California Exotics here.

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