This question is posed to Megan Andelloux of The Center For Sexual Pleasure and Health (the CSPH). Sharing sex toys can be very safe with low risk of passing on STIs (sexually transmitted infections). However, in order to maintain that safety, you need to use a body safe toy that can be sterilized- made of silicon- and/or use a condom.
In this video, Megan breaks down the things to be aware of when you’re using dildos on others.
Here are key points to sex toy safety. Enjoy your toy!
- The material of the dildo matters. Stick with silicon!
- If you don’t know what the sex toy is made of, use a condom.
- Wash the dildo or change the condom each time you switch activities, such as anal to vaginal play.
- Using condoms with sex toys means less time in the bathroom washing and more time playing!
BY MEGAN ANDELLOUX | ohMegan.com
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The CENTER for SEXUAL PLEASURE and HEALTH (The CSPH) is designed to provide adults with a safe, physical space to learn about sexual pleasure, health, and advocacy issues. Led by highly respected founder and director, Megan Andelloux, The CSPH is a sexuality training and education organization that works to reduce sexual shame, fight misinformation, & advance the sexuality field.