The Toronto Sun is reporting that Canada is getting serious about the dangerous Chinese plastics in baby bottles, more importantly sex toys.
"The sex toy industry is unregulated. They are considered novelties, so they are not intended to be used, but they are," said Kim, who has a bachelor's degree in gender studies from King's College. Chemicals like bisphenol A and phthalates -- used to make plastics soft and flexible -- have been banned by Health Canada for use in baby teethers and bottle nipples but are still used in dildos. These chemicals are linked to health concerns ... breast cancer and there are infertility issues." "We would like them banned, or at least have labelling that says which chemicals there are," said Amy, who has a bachelor's degree in occupational therapy from U[niveresity] of T[oronto.]
All I'll add is, ... nah.