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etiquetteThe T-spot has a post on what to do if you're in a sex toy store. As someone who works in a sex toy store, I agree with almost everything on this list. I would argue that in some sex toy stores like Babeland, if you want to bring in your kids, we don't mind. In fact, exposing them to a healthy environment like that (if they're ok with being in there) could be good for them. Just the other day I saw an older brother bring in a younger brother and watched them have a conversation about Fleshlights. It was wonderful to watch - I wish other young adults had siblings like that.Here are the T-spots points in a nutshell:1. Respect everyone in the store which encompasses not laughing at toys (any toys) they might use2. We are not a pickup joint3. Wait until we're free to ask a question instead of butting in if we're helping someone else4. Your friends don't always know what's best for you - give the sex educators a listen5. Respect the sex educators6. Please respect the BDSM equipment and refrain from using it on friends7. Don't make the sex educators part of a scene especially if they're not consenting to it8. Don't bring in kidsThis last one is the one I don't always agree with. And I've never had any experiences that would necessitate me stating #7, but 1, 2, 4 and 5 speak to me. Especially #1. I never know what place people are in in their lives when they walk through our doors. They might have an entire drawer full of sex toys or they might have worked up all their courage just to be here. Even though something may seem nonchalant to me, to another person, it's one of the scariest things they've ever even thought about doing. I've watched people walk away from things I knew they were interested because of the comments that other people have made.It's something that everyone who works at Babeland is very sensitive to. It can be hard to explain to people who are having fun joking around that they could be harming someone else. So, now you know - spread the knowledge around.Does anyone want to add anything to this list? I would add:9. The appearance of a person (gender, clothing, age, sexuality) says nothing about their expertise in talking about toys. That "boy" has tried more vibrators than you could ever dream of and that "dyke" has sucked more cock than you'd believe. Let us help you!10. There is no "best toy". There's a "best toy" for you but that's going to be different for everyone. That's why we're here and that's why there are so many toys.