What’s Your Biggest Complaint about Sex Toys?

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When a recent survey asked women what their number one complaint is with sex toys, here’s what they said.

Just over half (50.1%) of the females said their biggest complaint with sex toys was that they were too expensive.

The next most popular complaints included toys being too loud (19.3%) and poorly made (16.4%).

Other complaints included vibrations not being strong enough (6.6%), toys being too big (4%), vibrations being too strong (2.5%), and toys not being big enough (1.2%).

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Adult products destination AdamAndEve.com released the findings of its survey on Friday, May 30.

“As a woman, I can certainly relate,” says Dr. Kat Van Kirk, resident sexpert for AdamAndEve.com. “However, toys have vastly improved over the past few years. And armed with a little research, women can find exactly what they need to make their toes curl – and at a price that works for them.”

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“Adam & Eve encourages all adults to explore their sexuality from the privacy of their own home,” says AdamAndEve.com director of Marketing Chad Davis. “Because we know individual needs vary, we are happy to offer thousands of sex toys to meet every need and budget.”

The web-based survey, conducted by an independent third party survey company, of over 1,000 American adults age 18 and up, was sponsored by Adam & Eve to study sexual preferences and practices.

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“Sex Chat with Dr. Kat” can be found on podcasts through iTunes or www.drkat.com. Her new book, “The Married Sex Solution: A Realistic Guide to Saving Your Sex Life,” can be found on Amazon.com.

Photo courtesy: Adam & Eve

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  • Amy

    My biggest complaint about sex toys is almost all of them are made in China using questionable Thermal Plastic Rubber (TPR) compounds. I don’t care how “body Safe” these sex toys claim to be. If they reek of chemicals, (and most do), then my main concern is these sex toys over time, and with repeatedly use, may potentially lead to ovarian and/or cervical cancers and other cancers that might otherwise been avoided without having to rely on these sex toys as an alternative. I think the sex toy makers could use an overhaul and start making their products here in the USA under stricter regulations and quality control methods. I realize Doc Johnson makes their sex toys here in US, but as of late, I’ve ran into the same horrible “chemical scent” that lingers, won’t wash off and I don’t trust that Sil-a-jel, Ur3, Cyberskin, Futurotica material, Rubber, TPR’s, PVC, etc. or anything that states “Anti-bacterial” surface. Generally, my other complaints are fairly basic: the size is too big on a lot of sex toys and they aren’t giving petite-sized women something a.) functional b.) realistic in a man’s actual shape, size, length and girth. and c.) It’s “one-size-fits-all” and the “full” and “stretched” sensations are supposed to be this fantastic thing every woman needs to experience in order to enjoy sex toys. Secondly, the dildos on the market today are too long. And third, these sex toys are mostly for a gag gift/ white elephant prize more than anything. Glass sex toys, although very washable and more sanitary, is still a trip to the ER waiting to happen with one wrong move. They can still break. Also, I’ve read a lot that the glass sex toys are also made in China. So I guess its buyer beware and be informed. Do your research and ask questions before you click the mouse button and make that purchase. Might save you heartache, your wallet and your peace of mind and my overall best advice is to prayerfully consider asking the Lord to steer you away from the sex toys and help you find a mate. Not that I think these sex toys are a sin, I just think nothing beats having a real man that can bring more satisfaction and joy to a relationship than a hunk of chemically-scented plastic, rubber, jelly, PVC and TPR ever can.