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Introducing AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR Sex Toys! – Avenger Sex Toys Assemble!

Australian sex toy maker Geeky Sex Toys has something that every gay geek needs for the opening weekend of AVENGERS: Infinity War. 

AVENGERS SEX TOYS! (Well really INDULGER Sex Toys but we all know that they really mean.)

Pictured above we have The Infinity Fist is a,, fist-shaped dildo intended to conjure images of Thanos’ gold-encased, meaty hand. It is naturally not true to size because human beings have limits. Well not many that is.

Next up we have the Möan-lnir, which is just Thor’s Mjolnir, but with a dildo for a handle, and a neat little stand to drive the it home with lightning speed.

Also available is The Incredible Dong, Agent Getsmeoff, Arse Reactor, Hawkass Arrow Dildo, and of course good penis Captain Anal.



NYC’s Pleasure Chest Sex Toy Shop Workers Vote To Join Retail Union


Workers at the oldest sex toy chain in Manhattan, The Pleasure Chest  voted unanimously to unionize after bosses left them frustrated on Friday.

Pleasure Chest — which sells all things that vibrate and lubricate at locations in Manhattan — became the country’s second-ever sex shop to unionize on June 29, according to union reps and workers.

“This is not just regular retail. The job is really loaded and, as a worker, you are sexualized by the public,” said Nico Fuentes, whose actual job title is “Sex Specialist.”

“Management needs to help us all feel safe. They haven’t — and that’s not the way it should be. They’ve failed me on multiple occasions,” she added.

Workers demanded management set up “safety protocols” and teach employees “de-escalation tactics” to cool down creepy or aggressive customers at their Upper East Side and West Village shops.

The move yo join the union will include health care, benefits and protections for LGBT workers, said Chelsea Connor, Director of Communications for the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union.

Workers fought against the firm’s “union-busting bafoons” at a 10-hour long meeting, where they voted unanimously to unionize, Fuentes said.

“The company and their union-busting bafoons’ blatant disregard for our gender identities during the organizing campaign only further demonstrates the need for a united voice,” she said.

“Creating a sex positive experience for customers in the adult retail industry always comes with its own set of challenges and emotional labor, but became even more difficult in the wake of the vehemently anti-union campaign that was staged by the company. Now that we have won a union voice, we will have the rights, protections, and procedures in place through a union contract that will allow us to continue to provide a sex positive message in a safer and more protected space,” said Emma Schledorn, sales associate at the Pleasure Chest.

The Pleasure Chest been peddling sex toys, books, and movies to New Yorkers since 1972 and was featured in the Sex and the City episode where Charlotte developed a Rabbit vibrator habit.

Gay Couple Suing Houston Airport After Their Personal Items Were Vandalized

A gay couple from Norfolk, Virginia, are suing the George Bush International Airport in Houston, TX, after their dildo sex toy was taken out of their luggage. They also report a suspicious lubricant like substance smeared on the sex toy, and then the dildo was taped on top of the couple’s luggage when they picked up their luggage in their hometown of Norfolk. The couple are seeking an unspecified monetary amount for damage to their property, the following negligence of the airport, and the emotional distress brought on by the traumatizing ordeal.

In May of last year, the couple reported they were humiliated as passengers and onlookers laughed at the sex toy being on display in front of everyone and called their friends from the traumatic and embarrassing experience. Here is an excerpt of the court papers filed yesterday describing of the encounter in detail:

On May 21, 2011, Plaintiff’s a homosexual couple, were returning from vacation on a flight provided by Defendants United Continental Holdings, Inc., and Continental Airlines, Inc. (collectively referred to as “Continental”) from Costa Rica to Norfolk, Virginia—-After going through Customs, Plaintiffs rechecked their bags, and proceeded to board their flight to Norfolk. Upon arriving in Norfolk, Plaintiffs exited the aircraft and went to the baggage claim area. Plaintiffs’ bags were sent to the baggage carousel where Plaintiffs discovered to their horror, that a private sex toy had been removed from one of their bags, covered with a greasy foul-smelling substance, and taped prominently to the top of their bag.

Plaintiffs experienced extreme shock and horror when they observed the above described bag and when observing the surprised and/or laughing faces of numerous onlookers in the baggage claim area. Plaintiffs were experiencing such a high degree of shock and embarrassment that they felt compelled to call two friends to come to the airport to assist them. Fortunately, the friends arrived and were able to assist Plaintiffs out of the airport and to their home, but by that time the damage had already been done, and Plaintiffs had suffered severe emotional trauma.

…It was one or more of Defendants’ employees that searched through Plaintiffs’ private items contained in their bag with no feasible basis, removed the sex toy, defiled the sex toy, and taped it on display with the intent to inflict extreme emotional distress and mental anguish upon Plaintiffs. Because of the fact that the sex toy was contained in the bag of a male, and because the employee(s) responsible knew that the bag belonged to a male due to the name tag attached to the bag and the male clothing contained in the bag, there is a high likelihood that these egregious actions were directed towards Plaintiffs because they are homosexual and because they are males.

Also note that the zipper of the luggage bag the sex toy was placed on was still working when it was recovered by the couple. So the airport can’t claim that the zipper had suffered some form of  “malfunction” during the flight from Houston to Norfolk.

What made matters even worse is the response (or rather lack thereof) from the airport. The couple didn’t hear a response from the airport to their complaint until 2 days after the 10 day deadline for a response to incidents involving customers and their response simply read that they’d look into it.  Ridiculous. I hope the couple is compensated for the experience they had to endure.