TreeHuggerTV - How To Buy A Green Sex Toy
Woooooaaaaahhhh! This week TreeHuggerTV refreshes parts that other vlogs cannot reach by getting up close and intimate with your personal toys. So you eat organic veggies, drive a hybrid, and use eco-friendly detergent? What about sex toys? Make sure you are sitting comfortably to learn about what chemicals you may be taking to bed with you. Do you dare to go green between your organic sheets? TreeHuggerTV gets the sweet lowdown with a report inspired by writer Emily Gertz. The phthalates found in traditional sex toys can cause cancer, damage our reproductive systems, impair sperm, and damage the planet. Watch the vox pops in the streets as people realise that the objects they’ve been using to pleasure themselves and their partners might have longer terms effects on their bodies than they wanted. Carolyn Riccardi, Education Coordinator at Babeland, gives us a tour of PVC-free green sex toys that keep us sexy and healthy. Love the earth while you make love!To get even more pleasure from this week's THTV episode you can also delve deep into the TH archives and read more about eco-friendly sex toys. There was Kyeann's sustainable sex toy post for Valentines Day. Erin also got romatic for Feb 14th this year with 50 ways to please your lover. A month later Kyeann was back on the kinky case with her post on Japan's Green Sex Clubs where they use clean energy and serve organic food and drink. As they say, it's important to have a healthy sex life!
It seems great minds think alike! In the same week that THTV released this How To Buy A Green Sex Toy video, Greenpeace issued a warning about the toxicity of sex toys, and called on the European Union to ban the use of chemical plastic softeners in these products.
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