In general, it seems that sharing sex toys with a partner would be low-risk (there's no evidence that anyone has been infected this way).
Sex toys come into direct contact with rectal and/or vaginal mucosal membranes, which can both transmit HIV and are susceptible to infection. Sharing an uncleaned dildo or other toy can transfer infectious fluids from an HIV-positive person to an uninfected person, making transmission possible.
THEY DON'T! A further 45% wrongly believe that you can't catch a Sexually Transmitted Infection if you share a toy with someone who is infected.YOU CAN.
If you’re sharing a sex toy, make it a nonporous sex toy. That way you can wash the toy between every party using it.
There is an increased risk of bacterial vaginosis in women who have sex with women who have a history of sharing sex toys, or whose partners have bacterial vaginosis. Avoiding blood-borne infections. Do not share any sex toy that may draw blood from the skin, as this type of sex toy can pass on blood borne infections.
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Putting in a little effort to properly clean and store your sex toys helps keep you and your partner(s) safe and your sex toys in tiptop shape.
Silicone: You can choose from 3 options to clean a silicone toy. Either boil for 5-10 minutes, put it in your dishwasher (on top rack), or wash with anti-bacterial soap and warm water. Do not boil silicone vibrators because you will destroy the vibrator mechanism. Cleaning porous materials: rubber, vinyl, cyberskin, nylon, and leather.