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10 
Reasons To Avoid 
Jelly Sex Toys 
Part Of Everyone Deserves A Safe Vibrator Campaign 
# SO NOT 
JELL 
VibratorKingdom....
Jelly often contains phthalates, a word you might have heard of. Phthalates are plasticisers used to soften PVC vinyls 
to...
Jelly sex toys don’t all contain phthalates and many are listed as “phthalate-free”. But don’t think that lets this materi...
For some people, jelly has been known to cause chemical burns, nausea and/or other 
nasty reactions. If you just look onli...
Jelly is a porous sex toy material, meaning that its surface is covered in tiny holes that nasty bacteria lurk in. It 
is ...
You could cover your jelly toy with condom to avoid reasons 1-4, but no-one is actually sure if condoms protect 
from dang...
Because jelly is porous, it also quickly begins to stain and pick up colours from its surroundings. They also pick 
up dir...
The strange chemicals in jelly toys can leak not only into your body but into the air. Thanks to a process called “off-gas...
Because the chemicals within jelly toys are unstable, jelly toys are very hard to store. You have to keep them separate 
f...
Jelly is an incredibly cheap material and so your toy is more likely to be low-quality and simply not as nice as a toy 
ma...
People often complain that silicone toys are more expensive than jelly. And although this is generally 
true, just remembe...
Written by Being Black Silk. Contributions also came from Mid-night 
Boudoir, Ness, and many other sex toy professionals. ...
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10 Reasons To Avoid Jelly Sex Toys

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10 very important reasons you should not use sex toys made from jelly. Please consider your body when purchasing a sex toy or vibrator. Always choose one that states it is body safe and preferably made from 100% silicone. This presentation has been brought to you by Vibrator Kingdom and is in conjunction with the "Everyone Deserves A Safe Vibrator" campaign. #SoNotJell

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10 Reasons To Avoid Jelly Sex Toys

  1. 1. 10 Reasons To Avoid Jelly Sex Toys Part Of Everyone Deserves A Safe Vibrator Campaign # SO NOT JELL VibratorKingdom.com
  2. 2. Jelly often contains phthalates, a word you might have heard of. Phthalates are plasticisers used to soften PVC vinyls to create the flexible and squishy material “jelly”. These are banned in some countries for use in children’s toys for safety reasons, but not for sex toys because sex toys are poorly, if at all, regulated. Phthalates can leak from the toy into your body through the soft tissues of the vagina, anus and mouth and have been linked to numerous health issues. Why take the risk? VibratorKingdom.com 1. 1. Phthalates
  3. 3. Jelly sex toys don’t all contain phthalates and many are listed as “phthalate-free”. But don’t think that lets this material off the hook. Aside from phthalates, jelly may contain several other toxic chemicals and, because of the lack of regulation in sex toys, you wouldn’t even know about it. You just don’t know what you’re putting in your body. VibratorKingdom.com Other chemicals include: Tolulene Cyclohexanone Tetrahydrofuran Diethylhexy Phthalates Phenol Dimethylformamide and the list goes on. 2.
  4. 4. For some people, jelly has been known to cause chemical burns, nausea and/or other nasty reactions. If you just look online, you’ll find dozens of testimonials from sex toy users who have suffered nasty reactions to jelly toys, with or without phthalates. VibratorKingdom.com 3.
  5. 5. Jelly is a porous sex toy material, meaning that its surface is covered in tiny holes that nasty bacteria lurk in. It is impossible to clean jelly toys properly and they cannot be sterilised, meaning that they shouldn’t be shared between partners or orifices. Even putting them away and using on the same person later can be problematic as you are re- introducing the bacteria that lurk in the toy’s pores to the body, potentially causing infection. VibratorKingdom.com 4.
  6. 6. You could cover your jelly toy with condom to avoid reasons 1-4, but no-one is actually sure if condoms protect from dangerous jelly chemicals. And even if they did, doesn’t that sort of defeat the object? Now you’re not even feeling the toy. Choose a safe toy with a great surface texture instead and revel in being able to enjoy its direct contact with your skin. VibratorKingdom.com 5.
  7. 7. Because jelly is porous, it also quickly begins to stain and pick up colours from its surroundings. They also pick up dirt easily and quickly become grubby and even greasy due to the leaking of chemicals from the material. VibratorKingdom.com 6.
  8. 8. The strange chemicals in jelly toys can leak not only into your body but into the air. Thanks to a process called “off-gassing”, jelly toys smell very strongly and very unpleasantly. This smell can cause headaches and dizziness in some people and, if nothing, else, it’s just not sexy. Some toys try to cover this stink up with “scented” additives, but don’t be fooled. VibratorKingdom.com 7.
  9. 9. Because the chemicals within jelly toys are unstable, jelly toys are very hard to store. You have to keep them separate from colours that might stain them and, more importantly, from other toys. If they come into contact with other jelly toys (and some other materials!) the toys can often melt together, making them unusable and even more unsafe. VibratorKingdom.com 8.
  10. 10. Jelly is an incredibly cheap material and so your toy is more likely to be low-quality and simply not as nice as a toy made from a better- quality material. It won’t last as long as a similar toy made from silicone, for example. Don’t you deserve a better-quality pleasure object? It certainly makes more sense to get something better that will last longer. VibratorKingdom.com 9.
  11. 11. People often complain that silicone toys are more expensive than jelly. And although this is generally true, just remember they will last longer. Quality body safe vibrators are just that Quality & Body Safe! # SO NOT JELL VibratorKingdom.com 10. So What To Do? If your toy stains easily and becomes greasy and sticky with a strong artificial odour, or worse leaves you with a burning sensation - It is more than likely made from Jelly, PLEASE throw it out! Do you really want that anywhere near your body? or inside it? Avoid jelly sex toys completely! Choose a sex toy that states it’s made from 100% silicone. Silicone as a Sex Toy Material is 1. SAFE for your body often referred to as “body safe” 2. It’s a SUPERIOR sex toy material and will last a very long time 3. Easy to STERILISE 4. it’s SMOOTH If you choose a silicone sex toy you don’t have to worry about the dangers listed in this presentation. leaving you to concentrate on the real reason you bought a sex toy in the first place.
  12. 12. Written by Being Black Silk. Contributions also came from Mid-night Boudoir, Ness, and many other sex toy professionals. More info, contributors and advocates can be found here http://www.pinterest.com/vibratorkingdom/everyone-deserves-a-safe- vibrator-campaign/ Help educate others about the dangers of Jelly sex toys Please support this campaign! by Sharing your story with jelly sex toys and using the hashtag #SoNotJell and/or Sharing this presentation with people you care about In conjunction with the campaign “Everyone Deserves A Safe Vibrator” by Vibrator Kingdom VK guarantees to provide you with 100% quality body-safe sex toys. VibratorKingdom.com

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