There’s good news: it’s not going to last, no matter how much your masturbate.
Many interesting adult toy materials have been utilized by our lusty lineages, including the employment of yams as a personal lubricant (yup, yams, now that’s an asserole worth eating) and tortoise shells as condoms.
Luckily, nowadays we’ve moved on to more vagina-friendly silicone-based lubes and latex condoms, but have our glass dildos made the same giant leap into the 21st century? Read on to learn more about this fragile and beautiful sex toy material’s trip throughout history!
A while back, we talked about whether or not it was safe to use sex toys during pregnancy. But even after pregnancy, toys are a great way to take care of yourself. Better yet, they can even help you get back into being intimate with your partner. Whether you’re using them alone or having your partner use them on you, here’s a brief guide to using sex toys after giving birth.
If you love sex toys enough, eventually you will begin to wonder who makes them and where they come from. Is there some sort of a magical dildo-sculpting fairy who furiously creates boatloads of dongs for our enjoyment? Or do youths in the third world spend their childhood hand-painting realistic veins on our double-sided dildos for pennies?
As it turns out, a lot of adult toys are made right here in the United States, by human adults, who are well paid for their artistic creations. Still skeptical? Take a virtual tour through these images and videos of the sex toy manufacturing process by one of my favorite sex toy companies, Doc Johnson.