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dildoharnessDan Savage, if you don't know him by now, writes the best sex advice column ever. In the world. I've seen a lot of bad sex advice columns which illustrates how difficult it is to be funny, witty and give good advice. Dan does it swimmingly. He also lives in Seattle and I have to assume he's stopped into Babeland at least once (I think he should be an honorary employee, actually). He suggests Babeland frequently on his column as a place to get quality toys and I always appreciate that.This week, however, he really outdid himself. Dan turned to our very own Claire Cavanah for advice on when/if sex toys can be transfered from one relationship to the next. Claire gave some great advice which I'll quote in a minute. But first, Dan's description of Babeland:
Cavanah is the co-founder of Babeland (babeland.com), a woman-owned, totally righteous, continent-spanning sex-toy colossus
I love this!! I want to put it on a t-shirt. Reading this reminded me again of how proud I am to work for such a righteous colossus.As for Claire's advice on using sex toys from one relationship in another one?
"Lesbian sex-toy etiquette is pretty clear," says Claire Cavanah. "Dildos and harnesses don't survive the breakup....In the straight world," Claire continues, "there's a whole lot less attachment to specific toys, so reusing a dildo and harness is probably more common and acceptable."
I've had to buy new toys myself to get the memories of the old person away. But what can also happen is that you buy a toy with a partner and then it ends up at their house when you break up. Unless you get two harnesses, you're going to have to argue over who gets it in the breakup. That can be tough - sometimes it's much easier to just spend the dough on a new toy. Have you ever lost a sex toy in a breakup? Any problems with using old toys with new partners?Once again, thanks Dan, for the awesome description.