As You Like It

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

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Proud to represent the
LGBTQ+ community!

As a small, queer owned business, we pride ourselves on catering to lovers of all kinds! In our store, you'll find a curated selection of products that make anyone feel proud of who they are.

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In the past, we have hosted a wide variety of fun 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.

We are women owned and based in Eugene, Oregon.

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A person wrapped in blue fabric stands in front of a background made of abstract colors overlapping and blending into one another. The person's hands are outstetched, with one holding a glowing orb that floats above their hand. Toys for Trans folks image.

Toys For Trans Folks: A Spectrum of Experiences

By jackie | May 25, 2022

It’s the time of year that we bask in the glow of queer and trans joy, show up even more powerfully for our LGBTQIA+ community, and continue to practice a radical acceptance and love for each other. Whether you are trans, gender nonconforming, nonbinary, or somewhere on the genderqueer spectrum — or you love someone who is — now is a great time to show up for that community through love and acceptance. At As You Like It, we believe that this radical love and acceptance can come in the form of the pleasure we get from using sex toys. But what do sex toys have to do with gender?

Much of the sex toy and adult pleasure industry would have us believe that toys are geared toward either men or women based on which their assumed genitalia. But this assumption leaves a huge gap in the sex toy market for those of us who do not fit neatly into the categories of cisgender man and woman.

Despite what some might believe, sex toys can help affirm and even realign our pleasures based not just on what our bodies physically look like, but also based on the fluidity and creativity that we want to encompass with our bodies.

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Working Hard or Hardly Working? Demystifying Erectile Dysfunction

By abby robinson | April 29, 2022

As a community sexual health resource, one of the most common concerns brought to us by our customers is difficulty getting or maintaining erections. This topic can be challenging to discuss, and often contains within it a large spectrum of both physical and mental concerns. It is important to note that we here at As You Like It are not medical professionals, but we do have a plethora of educational information, product knowledge, and resources to share when it comes to penile function.

Especially with all of the over-the-counter supplements promising quick fixes, or books promising a cure-all, it can be hard to know where to begin with tackling erectile functionality. Luckily, we are here to demystify erectile dysfunction, including these often confusing and misleading products, and to discuss what other, more realistic options are out there. Because everyone deserves to experience pleasure, and there are many wonderful ways to do so that are safe for you and your body!

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Sex for Survivors

By jackie | March 30, 2022

For those who don’t know, April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. And the unfortunate reality is that while this may be a challenging and even painful topic to discuss, far too many people are navigating sex and relationships in this world as sexual assault survivors.

A 2018 study conducted in the wake of the #MeToo movement found that more than 1 in 4 women and 1 in 14 men are survivors of sexual assault, while 81% of women and 43% of men reported experiencing some form of sexual harassment in their lifetime. What this means is that it’s surprisingly likely that even if you personally never experience assault or harassment, there will be someone that you want to date or sleep with over the course of your lifetime who has. Understandably, survivors don’t always tell every person they go on a date with about their past trauma. So if you’re courting someone, dating someone, or sleeping with someone, it’s important to understand that whether you know it or not, you may be engaging in a relationship with a survivor.

So how can we support survivors in all of our romantic and sexual relationships, no matter how casual or committed they might be?

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