Can males be adult toy party consultants?
Hmm. The problem is that women are the ones mostly tuned in to the idea of "parties" where the purpose is to sell something, and the selling point of "adult toy" parties is that it's a comfortable atmosphere for them. I am not sure how comfortable ladies would be having a man talk about the merchandise, or perhaps even having a man there.
Of course, you could try it, and see if it works out, or you could try having such parties for MEN. The atmosphere at the part would probably be very different, but hey, your money spends as well as ours.
Now, there's another point to consider: These companies where people sign up to be "consultants" or "distributors" so they can market directly to their acquaintances work under a business model called Multi Level Marketing, or MLM. It is essentially a product-based pyramid scheme: You are required to buy a certain amount of product or pay other fees to join. Then, every time you make a sale, a percentage goes to the person who recruited you, who pays a percentage to the person who recruited them, all the way up to the top. This cuts into your profit margin, so you can't really make a good living just selling the product. Instead, you will be encouraged to recruit MORE people to be consultants, so that you will get a percentage of their sales, and a percentage from anyone they recruit, and so on. In fact, many MLM companies sell most of their product not to true end users (real customers), but to people who are buying it in order to be consultants. When this happens, at any given time, the majority of people are (and have to be) losing money so that the minority at the top can make a profit. It's not a question of them not working hard enough; it's how the system is designed to work.
If you want to be in adult toy business, you have nothing to gain by signing up with some MLM company. Instead, find wholesale suppliers and set up your own company. Instead of recruiting your competition, offer hosts or hostesses coupons for a percentage off on any purchases they make at their own party. The more guests show up, the bigger their discount. And if they recruit someone else to host a party, they get a $5 off coupon, not a percentage of sales. It's a far more sustainable business model.
Good luck with whatever you decide.