Earth friendly pleasures: Playing green in the bedroom

If you're looking for a  truly Earth friendly toy, check out the NobEssence Wooden Dildo.  Each toy is hand-sculpted, organic, and  ergonomic. The product comes in various shapes for your pleasure and never needs a battery.  [image-1]


For some women, vibration is the key to a fabulous orgasm. The Sola g-spot vibrator is a solar powered toy (wall charger included).  No more digging in the night stand for fresh batteries.


But if your dildo doesn't get much direct sunlight or you forgot to plug in the wall charger and suddenly you're left with a limp dildo, try the Earth Angel wind up vibrator. With just four minutes of effort you recieve 30 minutes of pleasure.


[image-2]Finally in my treasure chest of eco toys is the Charmer from Earth Erotics.  This toy is made totally of recyclable glass and can be heated, chilled, or played with at room temperature!


Some of us (myself included) cannot can give up the battery powered vibrators. But what do you do with all the old, worn out toys or the ones you  break (I swear it just snapped... on two occasions)? Did you consider that product will be in the landfill forever?  Check out the sex toy recycle program.  Dispose of your broken vibrators, plugs, dildos, or other sexy toys in a safe manner. Sorry, no curbside pick up.  Before you just enjoyed your toys, but now you can enjoy them with a peace of mind!


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You recycle your bottles, you drive a hybrid car, and you occasionally tend your grass with reclaimed water, but what do you do in the bedroom that's good for the environment?

While you may have a few creative ways to enhance your pleasure, have you considered the environment in the process? Why not love yourself and your planet by using eco-friendly toys.

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