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Ordering online can be convenient and economical, but actually going into a store can give one a more realistic view of an item, a chance to inspect it, and ask detailed questions of the store staff who've likely handled the item.  Also, with the right attitude and planning, it can be more fun!
    • Babeland

      The original Toys in Babeland location, this is a well-lit, woman-owned sex toy store with a knowledgeable staff and fairly high-end products. They also hold classes!
    • Castle Mega Store

Located at a new Capitol Hill location, this particular chain store location has a salon-feel and can be very convenient for a late-night supply run.
    • Doghouse Leathers

      In a deceptively small and very butch shop, the impeccable staff are friendly and knowledgeable.
    • Metro Clothing Company

      A mainly Goth-themed clothing store for thinner folks, though it offers variety in sizes of beautiful shoes.
    • The Purple Store

      Every time this store on Aurora gets mentioned at a meeting, someone gets intrigued. It's also on the same side of the street as the Chocolati outlet factory, PCC Natural Market, and - at the end of the road - Greenlake Park. With the potential for finding pervertables, that's pretty much an entire afternoon, right there.
    • Wild At Heart

      A well-lit women-owned store located between Ballard and Fremont (known as FreeLard by snarky locals), the selection ranges from mass-produced bachelorette party fare to limited-edition kink toys made by local crafters. They also hold classes!


(Our Grand Poobah told me to recommended that I add the following:  This page was lovingly agonized over by Byrdie.)
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