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It?s a sad day for my sisters and brothers in Alabama. A U.S. Court of Appeals there just upheld the constitutionality of a law banning the sale of sex toys. This decision may seem like a manifestation of anti-sex Puritanism in our culture, which it is, but it also has especially anti-woman effects.Why does this law weigh more heavily on women than on men? Because vibrators bring a huge percentage of women to orgasm more often and more reliably than anything else, that?s why. So many of my sisters never knew how an orgasm felt until they experienced that strong, consistent stimulation. My guy friends all have similar tales of learning how to come ? their hormones started pumping, their minds got going, they touched themselves and soon enough they all had their first big O. Sex toys may take those climaxes to a higher level, but guys usually have the basics without the help of a toy.It may be mostly men who shop for toys in Alabama, but I?ll bet it?s the women who get most out of the vibes they bring home. It?s a terrible day for women in Alabama, but in a sex-phobic culture, we all lose.On a more positive note, however, the Texas mom who was busted in a sting operation in Texas for selling toys through Pleasure Parties, had the charges against her dropped. The court decided it was a waste of its resources to prosecute. How refreshing! I'm guessing many of those associated with this notorious case are at home right now getting pretty resourceful with their Hitachis, Rabbit Habits, and Finger Funs!