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This article from points out an attempt by an advertiser to get regular references to their product/site from regular high traffic bloggers. Unless it is a clearly disclosed situation, I would be offended to find a post I am reading turns out to be a paid ad. The company says that the blogger can post a disclaimer if they like. Absent that, it has the elements of whoring your site. If you want sex for money at least you can say so! I hope the recipients do. They claim they will disclose who they are paying to post and to buy several sex toys from Yolo Sex Toys.

We all love some good ol’ fashioned sex toys, whether we’re using them alone or sharing them with a partner during a sexy night between the sheets. But can you catch an STD from them? Let’s explore.

Can STDs Be Passed from Sex Toys?
The short answer here is: “yes.” Sexually transmitted infections, both viral and bacterial, can be spread through sex toys. That said, we don’t want to discourage you from the wonderful world of adult toys. We simply want you to know the facts, and understand how to keep yourself safe and healthy. Because sharing or failing to clean toys can cause a number of infections, it’s good to know how to protect oneself. For instance, the chances of getting an STD are higher if the toy is inserted into your body rather than just having contact with it.[1] This is because bodily fluids will remain on the toy. These are the same fluids that typically spread infection through genital, anal or oral sex. Cleaning the toy may not be enough to protect yourself, as different materials require different cleaning methods and drying times. Some may not be able to be completely sanitized. Another way to protect yourself from infection is to cover the toy with a condom. Since it is possible to get STDs from sex toys, it’s always a good idea to get tested. After all, most STDs do not show any symptoms for months, or even years.

How Long Can an STD Stay on a Toy?
A study published in The Journal of Sexually Transmitted Infections tested vibrators used by women who have HPV. Some bacteria were still present after the vibrator was washed. However, after 24 hours had passed, the percentage of bacteria dropped dramatically. So, it is advisable that you at least wait a day before making good use of your toy again.

The other interesting thing is that the advertiser says you don’t even have to say nice things about them to participate. That perhaps shows the true motivation, links for search engine improvement. The engines will elevate their rankings soley on the existence of links, so they don’t in fact care much what you say. The point is, you are relevant enough to improve their scores. Or, perhaps the idea was just to create buzz? If that was the goal they succeeded because I had not heard of them until today. And if you want some serious sex that won’t finish before you’re ready then get a sex machine as these have some serious power and stamina!

Interesting, very interesting!

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