The ethical sex product industry is worth an estimated $3.4 billion to consumers and an additional $3 billion in direct sales to retailers.
The $3,300 average retail price for an ethical sex toy in the United States is $500, according to market research firm NPD Group.
That figure includes $1,200 for an extra pack of lubricant.
That compares with the average retail cost for the same product in the UK at $3 for a pack of 10 condoms.
A survey by NPD in October found that only 1 percent of Americans say they buy sex toys from online sites and retailers.
NPD’s report, “The Future of Sex: What Consumers Need to Know about Ethical Sex Products,” also found that the average consumer spends $1.1 million on sex toys in the U.S.
A similar study by the National Bureau of Economic Research, a nonprofit research organization, found that Americans spend $2.4 million on sexual health services every year.
The survey also found the average American spends an average of $1 million per year on sex education and training.
The ethical sex business, a subset of the adult-oriented market, is growing.
It accounts for about one-third of all adult-focused retailers, according Toiletpaper Plus, an online sex toy store.
And a survey by the Consumer Reports company found that 40 percent of adult consumers said they bought sex toys through a sex shop.
While the industry is booming, its growth is not evenly distributed.
Most retailers are in the $1-2 million range, but some retailers are much larger, like Amazon.com.
The number of adults buying sex toys has more than doubled since 2006, according the Consumer Products Research Center, which works to improve consumer safety and quality in sex toys.
In 2014, adult-only retailers accounted for about 15 percent of all retail sales.
But consumer interest is fading.
In the United Kingdom, where there are few legal restrictions on sex products and consumers are free to explore sex in private, it is a different story.
In 2011, the country saw the most purchases in the category, accounting for 20 percent of sales.
But the number of adult-use adult-size condoms sold dropped from about 50,000 in 2008 to around 20,000 this year.
In Britain, where the law on sex has been changed, many adult-specific products are illegal and most adults are still prohibited from buying sex.
But it is not clear how much sex products are being sold.
In Europe, where legal restrictions are weaker, the sales of adult toys are growing, especially for toys that are not used.
The rise in demand has led to the rise of several sex toy retailers, which sell products that are made from recycled materials, with some made from wood.
Many of the brands have grown from one-person operations to more than 100, with hundreds of shops and outlets.
The New York City-based adult toy store, Tonic, started in 2007.
It sells toys made from PVC pipe, a plastic material that is not biodegradable, and silicone latex.
Tonic sells some of its toys in a brick-and-mortar store in New York and sells its toys online.
Toni, a woman in her 40s, works as a cashier at the store.
She is a lifelong lover of sex toys, which she purchased through a friend and her husband.
“I started buying sex products when I was 14,” Toni said.
“I just fell in love with the idea of sex.
I am now in my early 50s and have not looked back since.”
In Europe and Asia, the demand for toys like this has led some to start their own businesses.
In the United Arab Emirates, the sex toy market is worth $5.5 billion and is expected to reach $20 billion by 2020, according data from research firm IDC.
The United States has a booming market, and the ethical sex market is expected be worth $12 billion by 2025.
The growth in the consumer demand is also creating new opportunities for ethical sex retailers.
The industry is growing fast because of a lack of regulation, said Adam Vreeland, vice president for sales and marketing at the International Society of Ethical Lubricants.
“We’re seeing more people making a lot of money,” he said.
The trend is driven by the increased popularity of anal sex, which has become a popular pastime among men and boys.
It is now a popular sex activity for adults and a way for many men to socialize, Vreland said.
There is no set standard for what constitutes an “ethical sex product.”
But ethical sex toys are made with materials that can be recycled, such as PVC pipe.
Many manufacturers use silicone latex, which is less biodegradeable than PVC pipe and can be used for many different kinds of products.
In some cases, the material can be dyed, a process that can create a