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Do you buy porn/sex toys/pocket pussies???

Have you ever/do you purchased sex toys or porn either online or in a store?  

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  1. 1. Have you ever/do you purchased sex toys or porn either online or in a store?

    • Yes, just as a joke/gag gift
    • Yes, I have before, but don't usually
    • Yes, I spend money on sex stuff regularly (porn dvds, lubes, vibrators, etc)
    • No, porn is free this is the internet
    • No, unless hookers count
    • Tranny Hands and Pizza Sauce with a side of Ban-ola

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Funny you ask this.

I checked out the fleshlight website yesterday.

I wanted to get one sent to our director at work.

A prick for a prick.

But they were 70 bucks or some shit.

More than I wanted to spend on a 'fuck you asshole hopefully he get's chewed out/fired for getting rubber vags sent to city hall."

But then again a small price to pay if he gets fired or resigns in shame.

Perhaps i'll buy a visa gift card and do that and possibly add in a subscription to playgirl or some raunchier fagmag.


I would only buy dvds if I would go to a convention they got like 2$ DVD's. Mostly I would just burn them.



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Sex industry fears .xxx porn 'ghetto'


March 11, 2010 - 11:28AM Comments 1

The adult industry is up in arms over a renewed push for a ".xxx" domain name, which they fear would be the first step towards segregating porn sites into a "ghetto".


Proponents believe the new .xxx domain would create an online red-light district where porn sites can set up shop away from the wandering eyes of children and teenagers.


Parents would be able to use the system to help block access to porn sites, though because its use would be voluntary, the ".xxx" suffix wouldn't keep such content entirely away from minors. Religious and other anti-porn groups worry that ".xxx" would legitimise porn sites, and the proposal has already been rejected three times since 2000.



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