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orchidgBetween anti-sex toy legislation and the Senate passing the Child Custody Protection Act, it can be hard to remember that there is a whole great big world out there dealing with many of these same issues.I spent some time in South Africa and nearly every woman I met was sexually unsatisfied if not utterly unhappy. It made me wish I could send everyone of them a vibrator and a copy of Sex for One. I always wondered what the response would be.A coworker recently pointed out this article to me and it is fascinating. Sex toys in Kenya are relatively new and can only be bought on the black market. They are also only targeted to elites instead of a general population that is probably in need of some really good orgasms. What makes this article interesting to me is that the author is struggling with many of the same myths about sex toys that we hear all the time - there just isn't any sex positive voice to counteract that.Some Myths and their responses:Myth: Sex Toys will replace any desire for sexual activity with other peopleAnswer: You may love your Hitachi Magic Wand but it can't cuddle or caress you. A living human being is a different kind of sexual experience than a sex toy. One cannot replace the other.Myth: Men will be obsolete with sex toysAnswer: There are many ways to receive stimulation. Vibration is just one of them. Fingers and tongues and the feel of flesh against flesh provide sensations that a Orchid G never could - even though it's a fantastic toy.Myth: People can get addicted to their sex toysAnswer: What this can mean is that someone has found the best way for them to get off. Sex toys only become "an addition" when they are viewed as something that shouldn't be used all that often. If vibration is what you need, then it's not an "addiction", it's the particular wonderful way your body works.The overall tone of the article is not positive towards sex toys. It assumes they are a sign of a morally degraded and promiscuous society. I'm hoping that this is just the newness of sex toys. We clearly need to foster more sex positive voices to help people deal with the issues they are facing. What do you think would happen if Babeland opened up a location in Nairobi? Something to think about.