Well - honestly in all the years I have been a physician - I can never say I have ever heard of a play toy infected with gonorrhea and just growing from out of nowhere. So, if you think this is the case - you can get it tested - but other bacteria can grow on it as can yeast/ (mold).
Gonorrhea (Neisseria gonorrhoeae)Risk of infection from oral sex: Giving oral sex to a partner with an infected penis can result in getting gonorrhea in the throat. Giving oral sex to a partner with an infected vagina or urinary tract might result in getting gonorrhea in the throat.*
Gonorrhoea can be passed on by sharing sex toys. Always cover sex toys with a new condom and wash them after use to reduce your risk of getting gonorrhoea and other STIs. Having regular STI tests is one of the best ways to look after your sexual health.
Gonorrhea is a bacterial infection that is spread through unprotected oral, vaginal or anal sex with an infected partner, including through mutual masturbation and sharing of sex toys. Penetration and ejaculation are not required for transmission. It can be passed from an infected mother to her infant during birth.
Gonorrhea is almost always transmitted during sex and it is highly unlikely that you catch it without having sex. However, you can catch it without penetration, for example if your genitals touch those of an infected partner. You can also catch it when you share sex toys without cleaning them properly or covering them with a condom.
Condoms can be used on toys that go into the vagina or anus. Condoms need to be used if partners want to share the same toy. Use a new condom for each partner — and for each part of the body. Sex toys need to be cleaned — different toys have different cleaning instructions.
You can avoid STIs by: keeping sex toys clean – wash them after each use. covering penetrative sex toys, such as vibrators, with a new condom each time they're used. not sharing sex toys. having a different set of sex toys for each partner. Sex toys can pass on: chlamydia. syphilis. herpes.
By the same mechanisms that fingering or fisting can transmit STDs from one partner to another, manual contact with the anus can transmit hepatitis A, intestinal parasites, gonorrhea, HPV, and herpes if anorectal secretions are shared. sharing sex toys
Silicone: You can choose from 3 options to clean a silicone toy. Either boil for 5-10 minutes, put it in your dishwasher (on top rack), or wash with anti-bacterial soap and warm water. Do not boil silicone vibrators because you will destroy the vibrator mechanism. Cleaning porous materials: rubber, vinyl, cyberskin, nylon, and leather.
Note that it can be passed via sex toys, so strict genital-orifice penetration need not take place for gonorrhea to be contracted.