Thursday August 6, 2020

Has the ecosexual revolution begun?

As the world belatedly tries to become eco-friendlier in the face of climate change, the sex industry is keeping pace, with numerous businesses introducing green and sustainable sex toys and devices

9th February, 2020
Numerous businesses in the sex industry are introducing green and sustainable sex toys and devices

The concept of sustainability is rapidly gaining traction in Ireland. There are zero waste festivals, rising levels of veganism, and an awareness of the environmental impacts of fast fashion. Fashion sites such as Lyst report a 66 per cent increase in terms such as ‘sustainable fashion’. 81 per cent of millennials state that they chose to shop with companies that work to protect the environment, and the same 2018 Nielsen report projects that millennials will...

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