A major media outlet that covered the impending rush for BDSM Toys was the New York Times. In an article entitled “Sex Toy Shops Prepare for Tie-Ins to Fifty Shades of Grey” the article covered a number of reactions from industry insiders and explained how the book which has to date sold over 100,000,000 copies according to The Daily Telegraph making it “the most successful book of all-time” will be the catalyst for making Sex Toys more mainstream than they have ever been. The article featured a photo from one of Retail Giant Babeland’s locations of a number of Sportsheets Products displayed in the store including Leather Cuffs, Paddles, and Ticklers.
Our thanks to Babeland. “It is the biggest moment for our industry in popular culture pretty much ever,” said Claire Cavanah, a co-founder of Babeland, an adult novelty retailer.
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Sometimes, if you are suffering from chronic or acute joint or muscular pain, sex can be unpleasant, difficult, or even impossible. The pain of getting into the right position, thrusting, and moving in a natural rhythm with your partner increases existing discomfort. For people suffering from these conditions, sex might not seem worth it.
To us, that’s unacceptable.
How does that old phrase go?: Cleanliness is next to godliness, and whatever else you do, be certain to clean your sex toys. I think that’s it.
Properly cleaning sex toys isn’t hard work, but it is serious business. The consequences of not cleaning your sex toy are more significant than you might think. Sex toys come in a huge range of shapes and materials, and that will affect how you want to go about cleaning them. But there are some general tips to keep in mind, as well as specific instructions for individual materials.