23 Secrets Sex Toy Shop Workers Want You To Know

We’re not all nymphomaniacs.

Special thanks to the sex toy shop employees who provided intel and anecdotes for this post: Sarah Tomchesson, Koko, Victor Tobar, Chelsea Steiner, Larkin Novak, Carly Klough, Ellie Bark, and anonymous contributors.

First of all, sex toys can be for everyone, not just women/kinky people/queer people/whatever preconceived notion you have about sex toy users.

First of all, sex toys can be for everyone, not just women/kinky people/queer people/whatever preconceived notion you have about sex toy users.

We see people of all ages, genders, and sexualities, not to mention people who are looking for a wide range of pleasure products and kinks.

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And there’s no one type of person who works in a sex shop, either.

And there's no one type of person who works in a sex shop, either.

We’re all ages, all sizes, all genders, all sexualities, and all experiences. Some of us are moms. Some of us are students. Some of us are kinky. Some of us are celibate. You get a wide range of people, but the best part is, we can be wholly ourselves, whatever that means to us.

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No matter how random or wacky you think your kink or fetish is, we guarantee you that folks have requested it before.

No matter how random or wacky you think your kink or fetish is, we guarantee you that folks have requested it before.

We hear, “Am I normal for wanting ___?” all the time, and as long as whatever you’re doing or want to do is between two consenting adults or a solo activity, the answer is absolutely! There’s nothing we haven’t heard.

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