Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Mother Nature Gets Naughty: Eco-Friendly Sex Toys

Read my new article posted in the spring 2011 issue of the feminist magazine On The Issues. It's about eco-friendly sex toys. Here's a link and an excerpt:

Mother Nature Gets Naughty: Eco-Friendly Sex Toys by Elizabeth Black

I am a copywriter for a sex toys company in England, and, for several years, I've written articles reviewing new products for American and English sex toys company magazines. Consumers today are demanding that manufacturers make sex toys from healthier materials, and now companies are beginning to respond.

The problem with sex toys arises because many popular sex items are made from phthalates, a jelly-like material that has been identified as a possible health risk. Since you insert sex toys into your body, you are directly exposing not only your outer body to phthalates, but also your internal organs, especially your sex organs. If you are pregnant, you could be exposing your fetus to toxic chemicals, a particular risk to in utero development.

Head on over to the spring 2011 issue "The Ecology Of Women", and read my article. Also read about other ecologically related articles at On The Issues.

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