Kosher 'Personal Lubricant' Nixed by Rabbi Group

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Sorry kosher sex fans, but the California rabbinical group that was set to certify personal lubricants as kosher has yanked its hechsher.

We know this is hard to swallow, especially for those who may have come to rely on Wet’s line of sexual wellness products.

Here’s the certification group’s deliciously worded statement:

Probably wisely, the RCC did not specify which “intended uses” of personal lubricant they object to, or what their earlier understanding was about the nature of this particular product.

But the Forward’s Simi Lichtman broke it all down in her provocative blog post earlier in the week.

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