I'm Bo [they/them], a queer and non-monogamous enby who loves all kinds of toys and kinks. I love talking about sex and sexual health (as my friends can confirm) and I'm always excited to educate others and keep learning myself.
I've always been passionate about finding out which toy materials are body-safe, which new items are expanding our idea of sex toys and where to find the right gear for all genders and all bodies.
You might recognize me from articles in the media, I've been a very vocal activist about non-monogamy and a medium vocal one about LGBTQ+ rights.

  1. Vegan: The choice to go vegan was only obvious out of respect for our environment and any living creature in it. Animal-friendly alternatives have been provided for products traditionally made of leather and health care products such as lubricants and condoms so you can enjoy some cruelty-free love.
  2. Genderinclusive: A person is not defined by their genitals. Therefore there's no such thing as a "vibrator for women" or "cock ring for men". Unfortunately not every brand has discovered the wonderful world beyond the binary. If a sex toy claims to be for women or men, this can be very hurtful towards trans and non-binary people and can cause feelings of genderdysphoria. If a brand makes that kind of claim on their packaging, a trigger warning will be shown in the product description on Bold Humans.
  3. Body safe: Contrary to what you might expect, not every sex toy is safe to our health. There are still a lot of sex toys made using toxic and porous materials such as jelly rubber which is an inexpensive material that contains phthalates, a chemical that can affect the balance of hormones, can harm reproductive function and is linked to breast cancer and asthma. When choosing products for Bold Humans, I always take your health into account. Every sex toy listed here is made out of a bodysafe material such as silicone, glass or stainless steel, except for a couple of products that are not meant for internal usage. These products include cock rings, packers, strokers and masturbators. These products are usually made with a TPR blend because they need to be flexible. Click here to read more about TPR, sex toy materials and how to clean them.