According to the site, KosherSexToys.net’s mission is “to provide married adults with products that can help enhance their intimate moments without involving crude or indecent pictures or text,” and promises to send all purchases without any crude packaging or inappropriate accompanying materials.
The site stresses that it is “obviously only for married adults”, and prides itself in containing no “crude or indecent pictures or text”.
“We believe that only two people belong in the bedroom – and bringing pictures of others in can only harm a marriage,” the site says.
KosherSexToys.net claims to be the only “kosher” website for sex toys on the internet, and promises that “you will never see something on this site that will make you blush. When we need to use descriptive terms for our products, we use clinical and clean language.”
Great that more people can experience the joys of sex toys, and basics like lube.
Bad that this is being positioned as a “clean” alternative to the dirty sex shops that recognize human beings are using their toys.
Confusing that it’s “obviously only for married adults.” Are they going to require proof of marriage to order online?
Interesting that the best-selling item on the website is furry handcuffs.