The Indigo book store in Langley, BC, has a large vibrator collection on display in its retail space. The shelf arrangement is in plain sight of customers, including children..In a video submitted to the Western Standard by a reader, the store's display includes several kinds of vibrator designs. The display also includes a lubrication product and a book titled The Vagina Bible by Dr. Jen Gunter.. Indigo vibrator inventoryVibrators on display in Indigo store .Signage on the display shelf encourages customers to "find your vibrator" by taking a quiz, the link to which is provided via a QR code..Some vibrator designs that appear to have sold out include those called Eva, Pom, and Arc..The products are placed in Wellness section directly above a display of generic toiletry products such as hand creams, exfoliation brushes, face creams, and soaps..On the company's website, the full range of vibrators is available consisting of more than 70 different designs and includes cuffs, other sex toys, and various accessories..Prices for the vibrators range from $42 to $269. The product in the range that was the Indigo store's 'Staff Pick' was a model called the Surfer by Smile Makers costing $44.95.. Staff's favourite sex toy'Staff Pick' .The Canadian retailer began selling a variety of vibrators in their Wellness category online late in 2021..Walmart Canada, as well as Sephora Canada, carry an online selection of adult sex toys designed for women and men..Sex toys are that are sold with pornography — or in pornographic packaging — can only be purchased by those over the age of 18 in Canada. The age restriction applies to the pornography, rather than the toys themselves..It is legal in Canada to sell vibrators in a bookstore as long as the product section is sectioned off from the rest of the store, according to one Calgary sex shop owner who spoke to the Western Standard on Thursday..One Twitter user was angry about the display.."Chapters Indigo sells vibrators??? WTF are sex toys doing in a bookshop?," said turtle.."My brothers and sisters in Christ they sell vibrators at indigo now," said philly.."Call me old fashioned, but maybe they shouldn’t be selling vibrators in the wellness section of an Indigo bookstore?," said Alexander..It is not clear in the submitted video whether the vibrators on display were in a divided section in the Langley store..The Western Standard reached out to Indigo head office for comment, but had received no response by press time.