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Question by ty: buying Sex toys in canada?
“There are no specific laws against using or buying sex toys at basically any age, however there are laws about pornography. Although the age of consent is 16 in Canada you have to be 18+ to purchase or view pornography. Most sex shops of today carry adult videos, which means that most sex toys remain strictly in the hands of adults.”
That is from wikipedia, Is it accurate?
I guess the question I have is “I’m 17 and live in ontario, Is it legal for me to buy and own sex toys.

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Answer by Comicbook Reader
Yes it is correct. Stores want you to be 18 so they don’t have any hassles with irate parents. At 18, you are an adult and free to buy whatever you want – as long as it’s legal. Touchy parents have a habit of suing so stores won’t sell to a minor.

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  1. No.

    The age of consent in Canada is 16. However, there are two close-in-age exceptions — two years for those 12 and 13 and five years for those 14 and 15.

    You can not sell hard core pornography to anyone under the age of 18. Most sex shops will typically not allow minors into their stores. There is no law in Canada about minors viewing pornography. If someone wants to buy a playboy, sex tape, etc. there is no specific law against it. You might get corruption of a minor or similar charges if you then encourages that minor to break the law. Any kid in Canada can see hard core pornography on their (or someone else’s) computer given a few minutes.

    It is not illegal for you to buy or own sex toys. Order them online or have an adult buy them for you or find a liberal store which doesn’t mind you browsing.

  2. Sex toys occupy an odd legal status: they are legal to own at any age, but generally illegal to buy if you are under 18. That at least goes for toys sold in sex shops: in some US states, pharmacies can carry “therapeutic aids” if they are in “discreet packaging”. So basically, it has to be a small, nondescript vibrator in a package that only says “personal massager” or something along those lines. I am not sure about the legality of buying those under 18, but I believe it is legal. Store policy may require patrons to be a certain age, but the cashier will happily tell you if you ask.

    If someone gives you a sex toy, it is legal to own and use to your heart’s content.

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  4. If you want a sex toy buy it online, they do not ask your age. I live in Canada and as far as I know we do not have sex toy police to come and get you! You have nothing to fear in Canada, we ROCK!

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    For now, I’ll cover all the different options available, and the benefits of each.

    I should begin by telling you that for her first time you will both want to choose something that is small to average in length and diameter if you decide a penetrating toy is the right choice.

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    It has been that a lot of women have begun experimenting with penetrating toys simply because it was the most accessible option available.

    A lot of women I talk to much prefer the clitoral stimulation, and have a much more intense climax.

    I would tend to say one of these versatile toys will be her best option simply because you will both have a chance to try out each type of stimulation without putting out money on multiple toys.

    Unless the talk of a toy was directed toward anal toys, I wouldn’t suggest starting out with one. This is only because they will be limited to their use, and won’t offer the same variance of sexual exploration.

    An important part of using sex toys is to bring them into the relationship.

    Sex Toys aren’t limited to vibrators, and dildos. You will find that special lubricants, gel’s, lingerie, and oils are truly great toys to use. If you would like to experiment with the vibrators, and dildos, I would again suggest a vibrating toy would be ideal for you.

    The vibrator can bring a new intensity to a male orgasm unfelt without the use of a stimulator.

    I hope this has given you some ideas. Again, if you’d like some more specific advice, I’d be happy to help you out by email.

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    I would suggest you both sit down together and browse through all the sections. An open mind, and communication are vital to the success of any relationship, and it seems like you have that in your relationship.

    Thank You For Your Question.

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