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I want to move away from chemical-rich lubricants that have things like glycerin, and I'm looking at organic lubricant options. In my research, I have found Yes ( and Firefly ( to be strong contenders that work with condoms. As far as "organic" condoms go, I found that French Letter condoms were highly recommended. I was wondering if I might be able to recieve some guidance in choosing a good organic lubricant.

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You got the two I'd suggest.

But just an FYI, glycerin is actually not that inorganic: it's a compound that comes from animal or vegetable fats or oils.

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