Welcome, EdenFantasys refugees, ex-pats, survivors. Gather ’round. Did you recently decide to leave EdenFantasys after their latest bombshell? Worried that you are now like a ship without an anchor, lost at sea without the forums and the people you used to interact with? Still wanting to review sex toys, but not wanting to support a corrupt, unethical sex shop by doing so? NEVER FEAR! I am putting on my shit-stirring hat yet again just for you. Because let me tell you, life outside of EF is sweet. It tastes like honesty. A quick little bit of history: I started my sex toy reviewing career with EF back in 2007. I started this blog in 2008 and was banned in 2010 . . . read more
EdenFantasys is one of the most well-known online sex toy shops, and was the first shop I reviewed for, before they banned me in 2010.
Unfortunately they got to the top by manipulating Google, treating their employees like shit, and banning people who won’t blow smoke up their asses, all while cultivating an atmosphere of incredibly fake “positivity” which has caused many members to leave. Also, there are reports of them sending out used sex toys.
[This post was originally written in 2010, but is continually updated as EdenFantasys perpetrates more and more unethical deeds. Everything is dated for clarity.] EdenFantasys is a huge presence in the world of online sex shops. But ubiquity does not equal goodness, and behind the glossy (and nauseating pink and green) exterior, there lies an unethical group of people who have broken the law in order to push EdenFantasys to the top, and a “community” that rewards sugarcoating and shuns criticism. It’s easy to overlook all the bullshit that EdenFantasys has pulled. I know this because I did it myself. I knew that EF had burned several bloggers circa 2008, but I stayed because EF has great selection, awesome searching features, and . . . read more
[Update: Please read my post EdenFantasys: A pattern of deception for more info about the sneaky and downright unethical practices perpetrated by EdenFantasys. This post is just about my banning.] Good morning to me! Hello [my legal name], Please be advised we have disabled your contributor account at EdenFantasys.com This decision was internal and is final. Thank you, Eden Team Yes, this, from the website that introduced me to sex toy reviewing in 2007, and was the only place I reviewed for until I got my own blog a year later. Yes, this, from the website that awarded me second place in their “Sex Shop I Trust” campaign with my entry, “One year in Eden.” Yes, a vague and curt email without any warning . . . read more