Should I buy pre-loved sex toys?

One careful lady owner

In this materialistic, consumerist world, it seems like most things we buy these days are disposable. Or at some point, destined for a charity bag.

Why should sex toys be any different? I mean, why spend hundreds or even thousands of pounds on brand new ones that may not even work for you? For some toys that are non-porous, body-safe, and in perfect working order, it seems crazy to just send them to the Rabbit Amnesty. Unless they’re so dire not even a buzzy pink vibe-lover would like it…

So, I’m thinking, I’d like to share the joy these toys can bring. My expanding collection needs a makeover. I don’t have endless storage to keep the items I once enjoyed, but now something better is occupying my bedside drawer.

Silicone and glass are perfectly safe (in my opinion) to pass on, as long as they are thoroughly cleaned. Like, boiled or bleached. Porous materials like jelly rubber I’d say hell no, but then why would you want to buy that crap anyway? Jelly is just for eating in my view!

I have some items I’m clearing out. They work fine, but they’re just not for me anymore. They’ve been well looked after, and I’d love for them to find a new home with owners who’ll have as much pleasure with them as they can bring. Toys make life so much more fun!

4 thoughts on “Should I buy pre-loved sex toys?”

  1. I get what you mean. I bought a Fun Factory Stronic Drei and it just doesn’t work for me. There is no way i can throw it away though as it is an expensive toy and loads of people love them.

  2. I’ve bought a few Bad Dragon toys on their secondhand forum over the years. I’ve saved a small fortune in shipping and customs costs by buying them from people in the UK. You can fully sterilize the toys and the seller gets a bit of money to put towards a toy that better suits them, Win Win 🙂

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