Studies on rodents have revealed that when exposed to very large doses, phthalates can cause damage to the liver, lungs, kidneys, testes and can cause hormonal disruption. The latest research indicates that exposure to these substances can upset the body's ability to regulate hormone production, damage reproduction, can cause liver and kidney defects, and can cause cancer. The most common and external side-effects are rashes, itchiness and irritation to the locations of use.

For a truly hands-free experience, you and your lover should consider using a strap on. A strap on dildo attaches to you or your lover’s body, so that the other person can be penetrated either vaginally or anally. Some straps are also sold separately, and can be used with any dildo that’s compatible. Basically, as long as the dildo fits through the ring and is flared enough not to slip entirely out of the ring, then the dildo can be used with the strap on harness. The same goes for vibrating dildos, as well, which can provide even more sexual stimulation for you and your lover. So, whether you want a strap on, or just the harness, you’ll be able to find it right here at Spencer’s. 
Rubber dildos, usually incorporating a steel spring for stiffness, became available in the 1940s. This arrangement was unsatisfactory because of the potential for injury from cuts by the spring if the rubber cracked and came apart. Later, PVC dildos with a softer PVC filler became popular. Most of the inexpensive dildos sold in the 2000s are made this way.
Some glass sex toys vibrate. There are two main ways this can be achieved. Either the toy may have a hole into which a small bullet vibrator can be inserted, or the core of the glass design can be modified to form a standard vibrator. The latter option usually has a plastic cap covering the battery compartment, which will also house any control buttons or switches.

In February 2008, a federal appeals court overturned a Texas statute banning the sales of dildos and other sexual toys, deeming such a statute as violating the Constitution's 14th Amendment on the right to privacy.[33] The appeals court cited Lawrence v. Texas, where the Supreme Court of the United States in 2003 struck down bans on consensual sex between gay couples, as unconstitutionally aiming at "enforcing a public moral code by restricting private intimate conduct." Similar statutes have been struck down in Kansas and Colorado. Alabama is the only state where a law prohibiting the sale of sex toys remains on the books.[34]
This silicone anal toy from B-Vibe is small enough for beginners, so it will feel good but won't hurt. If your partner has a vagina, have her wear it during vaginal sex for extra intensity, or to warm up for anal sex. If you have a prostate, enjoy the vibrations (oh yes, it vibrates) during sex, or a nice old-fashioned hand job to take your orgasm to the next level. (Side note: Using a water-based lube is recommended as silicone lube can break down silicone toys.) Sex Tpys
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