Babeland Distributing Vibrators to Voters Today

Posted on: November 6th, 2012 at 6:48 am by

Remember, today is erection Election Day. So, regardless of your political persuasion, get out there and vote! As incentive for locals to practice their civic duty, Babeland is giving away “Bipartisan Buzz” vibrators at its three city stores to the first 200 voters. The adult toy shop is also conducting hourly raffles for free kinky gear from 1-5pm. Head here for more info on those goodies.

Meanwhile, Babeland recently conducted a customer survey that analyzed how sexual behavior breaks down along party lines. Here are some highlights:

  • 20% of Democratic women vs. 13% of Republican women say they are more dominant in the bedroom than their partners.
  • One in two Republicans has read Fifty Shades of Grey, one if four Democrats have read it.
  • Party of One: 66% of Republicans play with sex toys alone vs 82% of Democrats.

And the full report as infographic:

Babeland Election Day Vibrator Promo

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