Sex Column: An ode to masturbating

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  1. SJNS says:

    A few years ago, I stopped using detergent and began using vinegar in my dishwasher to avoid the environmental effects of phosphates. My dishes are just as clean and the environment is better off.

    I wondered if you could create a sex store without selling toys with nasty chemicals. Seriously?!. I asked myself, would it be successful if we could sell vibrators without phosphates? No one else was doing this. Why not?

    Could we take such a bold stand? Could we be A Little More Interesting?

    As the owner of A Little More Interesting, I wanted to confirm that our toys are in fact Phosphate-Free. That was not a mistake! We live and sell what we preach. I appreciate you highlighting the issue of phosphates.

    Our toys also are Phthalate-Free…but that story’s been done before. With Phthalates being linked to cancer, infertility and endocrine disruption, they get all the press and all the glory. The Anti-Phosphate Sex Toy Advocacy Group thanks you.

    Thanks Lindsay.

    • WebEditor says:

      I altered the text at the bottom to reflect that your toys are also phosphate-free. Thanks for the information, I didn’t realize they are also an issue. It is truly scary to think of all the chemicals people are unknowingly coming in contact with via unregulated sex toys. 🙁

      -Lindsay

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