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How To Use Sex Toys Safely With Your Escort Clients

Sex Toys

The sex toy business has been booming lately. In fact, it’s currently sitting at a worth of about $30 billion worldwide, and is expected to grow to a whopping $52 billion by 2026.

It might sound crazy, but it’s true. From virgins, to fetishists, to baby boomers, to newlyweds – everyone from all different social backgrounds are experimenting with sex toys.

And who can blame them? While they may have been around for centuries in various DIY ways, the technologies that have emerged in the past few decades have catapulted pleasure to new heights. Whatever your desire, there’s a toy that’ll get you there, and often even better than you would’ve without.

Therefore, it doesn’t come as a surprise that many clients are now hoping or even requesting that you incorporate sex toys when making a booking. That said, sex toys can also be extremely beneficial to escorts, by helping them provide an even better client experience and a sometimes much-needed break during a session.

But just like always with escorting, it’s incredibly important to put hygiene and safety first when using toys with clients. Without further ado, let us walk you through the 6-step process to making sure that you’re using sex toys safely with all your clients.

Use high quality products

It’s very important to pay attention to what kind of materials the toys you use are made from. In general, if the toy has a foul or strong odor, it is most likely made from cheaper materials, and therefore may not be the healthiest choice for your clients.

Some chemicals such as phthalates should be avoided completely. While there isn’t any rock hard, solid proof that they are unsafe for humans, they have been banned from being used in any children’s toys and child care articles. It isn’t worth taking any risks, and most toys within a decent price point are free of phthalates anyways. You should also try and opt for nonporous toys, as porous ones are more likely to transmit bacteria. Phthalates and porous materials are more often found in jelly-like toys, and are appealing due to the softness of the material and the low price point. Don’t fall for these traps, as the long-term cost may be worse than simply doing a bit of your own research and paying a few extra dollars.

It’s safe to say that you should avoid any household products as sex toys at all costs. While it may seem sexy or resourceful to a client to use a common household item to get off, there is a huge risk of injury or infection.

Sanitize thoroughly between clients

Doing a deep sanitization clean of the toys in between clients is imperative to a safe and healthy experience for all. In fact, if you can use a condom on the toy, that would be ideal, since even if you diligently clean and disinfect your toys, there may still be a risk of transmitting any potential infections.

Most products will indicate on the packaging exactly how you should be washing them. In general, warm water and soap will do, but some toys can even sustain a dishwasher or a bleach. Be careful when drying them, as well, since damp toys can grow mold if stuffed in a drawer right away after washing.

Also make sure that you are using the right lubricant for the toy you are playing with. Many silicone-based toys cannot sustain a silicone-based lubricant, as it causes the toy to break apart slowly, which can damage the toy and even cause injury to the client. Water-based lubricants are usually the best option when it comes to sex toys.

Never go from back to front

In general, anything that goes into a client’s anus needs to be washed and sanitized before entering any other genitals, and that stands true for sex toys as well. And if you’re using a condom, the condom should be switched out when moving from the anal orifice to the vaginal orifice. The main reason for this is due to the number of bacteria contained in the anus that could cause infection if transferred to the vagina.

Communicate with your client beforehand

Ideally, you should know your client well and have had a thorough discussion with them before introducing sex toys into the mix. The reason for this is that many clients will mention a sex toy because they’ve seen it in pornography or have always had a curiosity about it, but it may not be the right toy for them.

You need to be able to communicate to them exactly how it may feel, how you will be using it on them and advise them to let you know if there is any discomfort at any time, which includes burning, itching, or pain of any sort.

Never force it

Even if your client knows everything about the toy you’ll be using and demands it, you should never force it if it’s not working out. If he isn’t ready to take the size anal plug that he wants yet, it is your responsibility to let him know and not force anything in, as it could cause injury and even permanent damage.

If he wants to work his way up to using big dildos, do your due diligence to help him work his way from smaller ones to bigger over time. It’s always better safe than sorry.

Learn the ins and outs of the toy first

Before using a toy on a client, make sure to either practice with it on yourself or simply spend some time reading the manual and experimenting with the toy beforehand. You should be aware of all its settings and best use methods to avoid any mishaps or unwanted surprises when using it on a client, and to learn how best you can use it to enhance your client’s pleasure. The last thing you want is to overstimulate your client by accidentally hitting the boost button, or accidentally over-inserting a toy.

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