Well you don’t see a butt plug on this blog every day. Once there was dildo, but a buttplug crosses a line over into some virgin territory (no joking about my bottoms integrity or I’ll go mental).
It’s not every day that one receives an email asking to promote an online adult store. It’s even less often one receives and email asking to promote an adult store that’s been set up by a Charity. And rarely does one get offered ‘some adult goodies’ to write such a promotional post. Exciting times at Mammasaurus HQ…literally as a review of what I can only describe in my professional manner as ‘sexy time items’ will follow.
But what’s this all about you’ll be wondering?
At 82 years old, if the Family Planning Association was an actual person they’d be more into a nice cup of tea and less into sexy-time. However, keeping up with modern times and an ever increasing demand for sex related products and accessories online, the FPA have launched a new online store – Desire and Pleasure, selling sex toys, dvd’s and games.
The sexual health charity which champions the importance of good sexual health for everyone, aiming to educate, inform, support and campaign for people across the UK , has launched the Desire and Pleasure online store as a ‘good’ and ethical alternative to, what it believes are, the ‘bad and ugly’ practices of the growing number of online sex shops. All profits will go to the FPA to support its charitable work across the UK.
Ways that the Family Planning Association is promoting better practice as an online adult store:
- Boycotting products with offensive names and packaging or those that have violent or aggressive connotations.
- Changing any product descriptions that it feels are unnecessarily explicit.
- FPA is against the ‘online remarketing’ of sex products which targets people with explicit advertising even when they are no longer browsing sites of a sexual nature, potentially exposing children using a family computer to inappropriate content.
- Ensuring that customers have easy access to expert advice and support through the FPA helpline, on how to use the products safely and any questions or concerns relating to their sexual health.
Personally I find it very encouraging to hear that such an online store launched, with advice and support for those who need it and for those who simply want to get their mitts on some sex toys it provides a really ethical alternative to other online outlets. It’s satisfying to know that should you go online to buy adult items from Desire and Pleasure that you’ll also be helping to educate and support others sexual health too.
100% of profits go to the Family Planning Association (registered charity no:250187)