10 votes, 14 comments. Hi everyone! I have the following dildos: ** ** ** And just wondering how body safe lovehoney brand dildos are. I did do some …
An awesome tutorial on creating a strap-on dildo harness from bondage rope. In case you're looking to support sex toy shops in person that carry only body-safe items, here's a list of various shops across the US & Canada. Silicone IS porous, but bacteria-and-mold-resistant; it will however retain odors with extended anal use.
1. Post Must Include a Dildo or If Not A Dildo Toy Must Be Inserted. 2. Females Only. 3. No Underage Content Or Implied Underage. 4. No Revenge, Involuntary Porn or Personal Info. 5.
See more videos for Reddit Safest Dildos
According to the National Institutes of Health, di-2-ethylhexyl phthalate (DEHP), commonly found in PVC, is a suspected human carcinogen. Some can contain lead and other heavy metals. Bottom line: The manufacturer doesn't have to tell the truth and you have no definitive way of knowing how risky or "safe" it might be. 5.
Peepshow Toys is great because they only carry body-safe toys, so you don't have to pore over the materials used in any given toy. Also a large 2-day FedEx shipping collection . Lovehoney is fine, and they have a return policy where you can exchange the toy for another of similar value within the first 30 days (if you have a Lovehoney account).
When /r/dildo doesn't cut it... 177k. Members. 395. Online. Created May 15, 2015. nsfw Adult content. Moderators. Moderator list hidden.
Real Talk: Dildo Making. Epoxy casts have micro bubbles and cavities all over their surface, so there's no sanitizing the thing. As well, "food grade" epoxies are rated for short duration contact with dry foods. They're still leeching chemicals into whatever they touch, it's just an incidental amount when the food is dry and time is short.
r/suctiondildos: A space for suction cup dildos. NSFW. Press J to jump to the feed. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts
Jellies contain phthalates. Rubber: This latex material is commonly used to make dildos. It has a pungent odor and can cause allergic reactions. If you buy a rubber sex toy, be sure to use it with a condom because it is porous. PVC and vinyl: These are both cheap materials that contain phthalates.