The Humpday Gazette

Eco-Friendly Sex Toys of the Month

In February 2011 on February 2, 2011 at 4:14 am

This month, Hump-Day Gazette is featuring not one, but three sex toys that fell under the category of eco-friendly. While we have not been fortunate enough to personally test these (please blitz us if you have!), these caught our eye after being featured in Time magazine in an article titled ‘Sex and the Eco-City: Getting It On Is Getting Greener.’ While the article cited a wide variety of examples including toys made out of mahogany, stainless steel and glass, these three caught our eye.

If you want to engage in some light BDSM, but completely turned off by the cows that would have to die to get leather restraints, turn to Super Cuffs. A pair of neoprene cuffs with nylon straps, unusually secure Velcro closures, and stainless steel D-rings, they are adjustable, lightweight, and easy to clean. A genuine win-win-win situation for you, your partner, and cows everywhere! [$40 Babeland]

A variation on the Silver Bullet featured in our September 2010 issue, the Solar Bullet gives your clit/balls/nipples/whatever you choose the same great vibrations, but is powered by the sun instead of Double A batteries. 8 hours in the sun means 1 hour of vibrations, with a choice from 2 speeds.

Finally, we have the Earth Angel. Hand crank for four minutes and get thirty plus minutes of vibration! (It’s really difficult to resist making a hand job/fingering joke right now.) Everything from the packaging to the toy itself is made from recycled plastics. It even has three speeds, so you don’t have to sacrifice orgasms for the environment- though the $80 price tag is a bit steep.

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