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At RollinSD, we always like to have fun, but we like to keep you posted on things that can harm you or your loved ones.  I know a lot of you are just lazy shits. Most of you will go and grab your wife/girlfriend a nice vibrator for her b-day instead of  showing her how much you love her by treating her special in bed with your own tool.  For the lazy ones out there, please read this article and it may change what you buy in the future.   TMTMTL@RollinSD.com

Phthalates in Sex Toys

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There have been a number of news items recently about “toxic sex toys,” specifically related to the use of phthalates in sex toys. Unfortunately, headlines about killer sex toys often fail to give us the information we actually need to make decisions about whether or not we should use sex toys that contain phthalates in them. Here is some basic information about phthalates and their use in sex toy manufacturing.

What are phthalates?

Phthalates — pronounded “thal-ates” — are a family of chemicals used to soften hard plastics to make them more flexible. Derived from phthalic acid, and often called a plasticizer for its plastic-softening properties, phthalates have been produced since the 1920s and have been used in everything from perfumes to pesticides and medical instruments to sex toys.

Why are phthalates used to manufacture sex toys?

Phthalates soften the rubbers and make sex toys have a soft cushy feel to them. They are used in a wide range of sex toys, but there are many other toys that are phthalate-free.

Is there a health risk?

There is simply not enough data to answer this question directly because few studies exist using sex toys. But the information regarding safety of phthalates in general is instructive. for rest of aritcle click here

Do phthalates make sex toys toxic?

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