Go online and find the products you want to sell and read any notes that say "not for sale in _______."
This is probably not the best forum to seek that answer. It would require research in 50+ jurisdictions, as you should understand. This forum is for general guidance. If you're considering getting into this kind of business, you should hire an attorney to help you deal with these kinds of questions.
If an attorney doe answer this posting with a list of prohibited states, I would be stunned and maybe consider a side business! :-)
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There are also other considerations regarding age limits, etc. that must be included regarding any sales.
We don't like to give straight yes or no answers here because there can always be facts unknown that make a difference, but as a general rule there are no states that have laws against selling sex toys. Think about what that would entail as a general prohibition. But the term "sex toy" is quite vague and their may be aspects to your products that might be an issue, although I cannot think of any here and now.
You are going to have a number of legal considerations in any event, so I suggest that you consult with a lawyer in private and discuss your objectives in more detail. You can start by calling around to several for a free phone consultation, get some insights then pick the best fit to work with.
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