A Planned Parenthood sex educator is telling young people how to buy sex toys in her TikTok videos.
In some of her videos, Mariah Caudillo reportedly pretended to use one of the toys and talked about her favorites, Fox News reported Friday:
Caudillo also discussed in a video how individuals can hide “spicy toys” from parents and proceeded to provide information on using fruits and vegetables as sex toys. It was unclear whether Caudillo intended for the fruit videos to be for a young audience.
The sex educator works for Planned Parenthood Mar Monte, the largest affiliate in the U.S., which provides health and education services to more than 220,000 people annually at over 30 locations in mid-California and northern Nevada.
Planned Parenthood Mar Monte’s website said it also offers gender-affirming hormone therapy.
When asked if there was a certain age a person must be to purchase a “spicy toy,” Caudillo responded by saying she was unaware of a law that prevents young people from buying such items.
“But typically, adult stores have age restrictions which prevents [sic] young folks from purchasing spicy toys in person. … However, it’s not illegal to buy spicy toys online, even as a teen, which most people do,” she said:
Another video shows the young woman demonstrating substitutes for vibrating toys after a follower told her, “I wanna get one but they’re kind of expensive and I don’t want my parents finding it.”