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technological marital aids?

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created October 14, 2011 at 8:44 PM

Are sex toys paleo. I know they're not really paleo. But what are the consequences long term or otherwise. I am talking about stuff like vibrators, c**k rings, anal toys... Should sex just be between people without technology getting in the middle of it or enhancing pleasure? Could the intensity be dulling or addictive in the long term?

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on October 14, 2011
at 09:23 PM

I don't know how "paleo" this question is, but I think there's nothing wrong with spicing it up a little between consensual adults. Some people with a history of abuse have a dulled sense of sensation in their genitalia, and sex toys are the only way to have much sensation. As with anything, they can certainly be abused, so, as with anything, constant vigilance is called for.

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on October 14, 2011
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yeah but those situations are usually extreme cases or people using inappropriate items pushing things way to far. I am talking about people using toys made for the job with experience and fore thought to being safe.

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on October 14, 2011
at 08:59 PM

When I was working in pathology we used to get "samples" of various toys removed from peoples colons, along with the X-rays. We used to save them in a big plastic bucket for "research purposes". Due to HIPAA rules we couldn't disclose personal details. But we did start our oratory something like: "...a 55 yo, male, ranking officer... Yes folks, the officer who just court-martialed you--yes--even he like to have fun too. Then we'd all have a good tear-eyed laugh."

Seriously we've had some serious cases of internal bleeding requiring blood transfusions. Not something I'd particularly like to show up at the ER for.

Read your OSHA manual and MSDS/PSDS before operating equipment and/or using chemicals.

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on October 14, 2011
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yeah but those situations are usually extreme cases or people using inappropriate items pushing things way to far. I am talking about people using toys made for the job with experience and fore thought to being safe.

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