There are hundreds of sex toy stores available, but not all of them are good. Here are several that I like and trust!
There’s a lot to love about Lovehoney: they offer a return policy, they sport clean, non-pornographic packaging, and their pricing is extremely competitive. Shipping is fast and super discreet. If there are any problems with the product you receive, customer service is amazing and will make sure you get a replacement. They ship internationally, so if you’re living somewhere like South Africa or Australia, you’re in luck.
They also always have neat sales going on.
Peepshow Toys has been very supportive of my blog. They only carry bodysafe toys, so you won’t find any scary jellies in their product line. You can check out my curated collection of toys here. You can also get 10% off all toys with coupon code RUBY.
Betty’s Toy Box was literally the first site I ever reached out to review for. I was initially drawn to their cute rockabilly retro design, and nowadays I’m also really fond of the team there. They carry a wide selection of toys, from a gazillion dildos to some of the best vibrators on the market. Better yet, you can get 12% off you whole purchase when you use coupon code MISSRUBY
SheVibe is really popular in the sex blogging community because they’re ethical. They’re really clear about the safety and material construction of the toys that they carry (and they carry a ton of toys).
To check out their current promos, head here.
The Stockroom is a great place for all your kink needs. They have everything from body restraints to chastity gear to paddles. If it’s a product related to BDSM, they’ll likely have it. Their prices are reasonable and they often have sales.
They also have a dedicated clearance section here.
To check out Tantus’ current sales and deals, head here.
Gender-neutral & non-heteronormative stores
If you’re looking for a store that doesn’t assume you’re cis-gender or heterosexual, see below.
- Luvoqa avoids super heteronormative marketing;
- Peepshow Toys does carry realistic dildos, but their marketing and organization is a lot more subtle than larger, traditional stores like Lovehoney;
- Early to Bed tries to avoid cis-gender marketing and their ad copy doesn’t assume the buyer’s sexuality; and
- If you’re in Australia, Vavven might be a good fit.