Finally. We finally have a neutral, non-governmental, third party non-profit organization that tests sex toy materials.
“We can cry out for the industry to be regulated by our government, but really what will that get us? A higher priced dildo. A “luxury sex toy” that costs double what they do now, and their current costs are already prohibitive to many. Sex toys that take twice as long in development resulting in fewer, quality new sex toys being introduced to the market every year. When you bring the FDA to the party, you get mountains of paperwork, costly fees and annual 3-4 week-long audits to retain your FDA classifications. The better solution just might be to let the industry self-regulate, but with a little help from a neutral party.”
The best thing in my mind that can be done is raise awareness: give the consumer the knowledge they need to know what materials are safe and which aren’t, and why. The consumer changes the industry more than anything else. If people won’t buy porous or harmful products, companies stop making them because they can’t make money off of them, simple as that. I’ve been working towards this goal as best I can on this blog but a non-profit can do a lot more than I can. Dildology.org will not only be testing products but educating people- bringing industry knowledge to the public. This is, as I view it, an incredibly necessary service to the industry and comes just as people are becoming more conscious about sex toy materials in relation to their bodies.
How can you help? spread the word. donate so dildology.org can pay for the (very pricey) testing of materials. support their cause with kind words and the many thanks they deserve.
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Read Dangerous Lilly’s Press Release about the Launch of Dildology.org: