Some of the links on this site are affiliate links. Using these links to buy body-safe sex toys, brilliant kink kit, ethical porn, and more allows you to support my work – at no extra cost to you. These are the brilliant, sex-positive companies and inclusive sex toy shops I’m working with right now.
Lovehoney are the “sexual happiness people” and they’ve been selling sex toys since 2002. They’ve the most popular online sex shop in the UK, and they’re my go-to company to recommend when someone is looking for their first sex toy.
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The Pleasure Garden
The Pleasure Garden is a UK-based inclusive sex shop. They stock 100% body-safe sex toys and they believe that everyone – regardless or gender, sexuality or disability – has a right to a fulfilling sex life. They prioritise pleasure and education, and I love working with them.
Check out my curated correction for my favourite sex toys that they stock.
Shop Enby are a Black and trans owned company run by three enbys who believe that all bodies deserve affirmation and pleasure. They strive to create a safer, and more comfortable sex-toy shopping experience for the queer community – especially trans and non-binary people.
Use the code QUINNRHODES to get 10% off your Shop Enby orders.
She Vibe are a US-based sex shop who are set apart by their incredible artwork and their collaborations with brilliant sex educators. One of my sex blogging goals is to be featured on their awesome Sex Ed Superheroes trading cards. Their motto is also vibe responsibly, which is just fabulous.
If I lived in the US, I would already have bought an Original Magic Wand from them.
Godemiche are a UK-based company who make hand-made, platinum-cure silicone sex toys. Their dildos, butt plugs and masturbators come in the most incredible colours, and their aim isn’t to break the mould, but “recolour it, restyle it & make you fall in love again with your dildo.” They’re brilliant.
One of my aims in life is to own a dildo in all of the colours in their Galaxy collection.
Wet For Her
Wet for Her was founded in 2009 with the aim to create non-phallic sex toys for the lesbian and queer communities. They’re an online shop centring lesbians and queer women, making sex toy shopping more accessible and designing sex toys that aren’t flesh-tone or intended to look realistic.
The first product they created was the Two Finger Extender.
Self & More
Self & More are another UK-based independent sex shop with an emphasis on “unapologetic pleasure” and body safe toys. They’re a small, woman-owned online sex toy shop who believe that everybody deserves to experience pleasure without shame or judgement and that toys are for bodies, not genders.
Use the code QUINNRHODES for 10% off your Lovehoney order.
Hot Octopuss are a UK-based company who make incredible and innovate sex toys. Their mission is to break down stigma and change the way people perceive and experience sex toys, with a focus on the importance of older people and folks with limited mobility still being able to access pleasure.
Their award-winning Pulse lets people with penises masturbate and reach orgasm without an erection.
Peepshow Toys are a US-based online sex shop who are committed to selling only quality products made of body-safe, non-toxic materials, at fair prices. They value education, and have worked with sex bloggers, educators and activists to educate their customers and make their work as inclusive and sex-positive as possible.
Pink and White Productions
Pink and White Productions create adult entertainment that exposes the complexities of queer sexual desire. They’re dedicated to producing sexy and exciting images that reflect today’s blurred gender lines and fluid sexualities. Their brilliant projects include Crash Pad Series, a hub of super hot queer porn.
Sign up to stream and download ethical, queer-as-fuck porn here.
Bookshop.org don’t sell sex toys but they do sell books about sex. They’re an online bookshop with a mission to financially support local, independent bookshops. It’s really cool to be able to promote an online bookshop who wants to uplift indie bookshops, not wipe them out to gain a monopoly. (*cough* Amazon *cough*)
Check out some of my favourite queer, feminist and sex ed books here.
Me Undies don’t sell sex toys either, but they are the place where I’ve bought almost all of my underwear since early 2020. I wear their boxers and knickers in lots of the self-photography on my blog and my butt-selfies on Instagram. Their underwear and bralettes come in seriously cool patterns and they’re made from ethically sourced micro-modal. They’re so fucking soft.
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