As You Like It

Your body safe, eco-conscious, local, woman-owned, inclusive choice for all your sexual health needs. Based in Eugene, Oregon.

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As a small, queer owned business ourselves, we pride ourselves on catering to lovers of all kinds! You'll find products that make anyone and everyone feel proud in their own skin.

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We host a wide variety of fin and informative sex-positive classes, and workshops to serve our community. However, due to the COVID pandemic, all of our workshops have been postponed until further notice. But don't worry -- they will return!

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An earth & body-conscious sex shop!

As You Like It is an eco-conscious, green, gender-inclusive sex toy shop that honors the diverse desires and needs of our community. We encourage healthy and satisfying sex lives by offering a high-quality selection of non-toxic, body safe sex toys, lubes, and many other eco-sexy goodies. And did we mention our inspiring and educational events? We are women owned and based in Eugene, Oregon.

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New From Our Sex Toy Experts

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Re-Thinking The Couples Toy

By Jackie | July 28, 2021

Customers frequently come to us looking for the elusive, perfect “couples’ toy.” The intriguing thing about this request is that the definition of couple, the bodies involved, and the desired feelings and sensations vary greatly from person to person, and even more greatly from relationship to relationship. All individuals and couples have entirely unique bodies and desires. Therefore, the category of the couple’s toy remains wide and vague.

The mainstream conceptions of what constitutes sex are still relatively narrow. But we want to remind you that sex is defined only by the people having it, and that sensations like penetration are not mandatory. Many people in relationships have anatomy that does not allow them to experience penis-in-vagina sex with their partner/s, whereas others may have physical restrictions that prevent it. Still, more people may simply not want to participate in penetration for their own personal reasons.

We are all unique people with unique bodies, desires, and relationships. Sex can be anything that you and your partner/s want it to be. And shopping for a toy together can be a great way to expand your idea of what sex can look like for you and your partner/s.

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Getting Hot or Cooling Down?

By Jackie | June 30, 2021

It’s getting hot out there! Like really, really hot. And as vaccination rates continue to creep up in our state as well as nationally, we know that many of you are eager for a hot, sexy summer.

And the weather seems to agree. This summer has already set records here in the Pacific Northwest for extreme heat, and the temperature shows no signs of dropping. With forecasts sticking in the 80s or above for the foreseeable future, this warm weather is something we will all have to learn to work with for the time being.

The good news is that there are plenty of ways to play with temperature, and bring both sizzling, scorching heat AND icy, tingling cold into your summer play. You can use these tips from our expert staff on how to toy with temperature any time of the year, but especially as the outside temperature continues to fluctuate.

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Sexual Health & Erotic Intelligence

By Jackie | May 26, 2021

June is International Men’s Health Month, a month for bringing awareness and education about issues that affect men’s overall health. Our culture often keeps our eroticism and sexuality compartmentalized in small categories, disconnected from other parts of our physical, emotional, mental, and reproductive health. We are usually able to talk about the prostate and the importance of having it checked by a physician. We are often less skilled in talking about the importance of erotic pleasure in a healthy life.

I want to invite that level of awareness and attention to men’s erotic health or erotic intelligence, to bring understanding that our sexual lives are interwoven with our whole lives, and that our erotic health is part of our general health. For men, this often means having permission to access the full range of erotic possibilities available to them.

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