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Sending some serious vibes their way! Company encourages its customers to send VIBRATORS to congressmen to support Planned Parenthood against defunding

  • Sex toy company Unbound has started a special program that enables its customers to send products to lawmakers
  • Vibrators will be delivered with an educational pamphlet about sexual health
  • Customers are free to pick whichever representative or senator they want
  • The goal of the campaign is to instruct lawmakers and support Planned Parenthood, which will receive 75 per cent of the money

A sex toy company has taken it upon itself to educate lawmakers on sexual health in an especially pleasurable way.

Unbound has started a special program named Vibes For Congress, which enables its customers to send a sex toy along with an educational pamphlet to the senator or representative of their choice.

The goal of the campaign is to educate lawmakers and support Planned Parenthood centers losing their funding.

Message: Unbound has started a special program that enables its customers to send a sex toy along with an educational pamphlet to the senator or representative of their choice

Message: Unbound has started a special program that enables its customers to send a sex toy along with an educational pamphlet to the senator or representative of their choice

Unbound, based in New York City, will donate 75 per cent of the money generated by the program to the female healthcare organization.

On its website, shoppers can scroll down and click on a special page where they can elect to send a sex toy to a particular lawmaker.

They can either enter their address and pick a senator or representative serving in their constituency, or handpick a name across the US.

Each sex toy, priced at $15, will then make its way to Capitol Hill along with an educational brochure presenting facts about reproductive health.

Stance: The goal of the campaign is to support Planned Parenthood centers losing their funding, and send lawmakers a message as they shape the future healthcare bill Choices: On its website, shoppers can scroll down and click on a special page where they can elect to send a sex toy to a particular lawmaker

Stance: The goal of the campaign is to support Planned Parenthood centers losing their funding, and send lawmakers a message as they shape the future healthcare bill

Lawmakers receiving the package will thus be told that one in five women has visited a Planned Parenthood center at least one in her life, and that more than 99 per cent of women between 15 and 44 years old who have ever had sex have used at least one contraceptive method.

In addition to supporting Planned Parenthood, Unbound also wants to send a message to the lawmakers who will shape the future healthcare bill.

It urged its customers to take part in the campaign, writing: 'Bring attention to an often shadowed area in the hopes of raising awareness for the millions of women who are currently at the mercy of government's pending legislation.'

The Senate on Tuesday shelved a vote on the Republican's proposed healthcare bill, meaning the GOP's pledge to repeal and replace the current legislation remains in limbo.

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