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Jelly Sex Toys

Jelly Sex Toys

The most dangerous materials are ones that are porous and potentially toxic. These include jelly, rubber, PVC, latex, and most realistic or skin-like materials. I highly discourage you from using toys made of any of these materials, especially internally. If you want to throw a condom on them, again, make sure it’s polyurethane, but condoms aren’t made to protect against toxic chemicals and there haven’t been any studies to show that they do. You could totally use a condom and still experience the itching, burning, nausea, headaches, infections, and other issues these materials are known to cause.

If you insist on using these sorts of toys, water-based lube is your best bet. I don’t know about silicone-based, but you definitely shouldn’t use oil-based. Surface cleaning with soap and water (or with a toy cleaner, but it’ll do the same job) is the best you can do. They can’t be disinfected or sterilized at all, and they shouldn’t be shared between partners.

These materials are incredibly unstable and will break down very easily, so you shouldn’t store them with other toys unless you want a big container full of mystery oils and fused sex toys. Honestly, I highly recommend staying away from these materials entirely.



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