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Ok, so she wasn't arrested, but a woman in Tennessee had her business license suspended for selling the vibrating Ducky at a flea market. Now, you know this Vulva believes in the right of all citizens to bare arms, I mean arm bears, oh, I really mean play with sex toys, even if they look like ducks or bears. But even I had some problems with this incident. First off all, the woman is in the business of selling sex toys at home parties; that's the license she had suspended. The city didn't think she should be displaying them in public. She filed a suit against them, claiming the vibrating duck is a child's toy. Ok, is it a child's toy or a vibrator? If she sells sex toys for a living, I'm guessing it's a sex toy, in which case she ought to just be up front about it and accept that it's probably not suitable garage sale fodder. And really, don't flea markets make you think of bargain-basement, possibly used junk? And who really wants to be sharing that kind of ducky love? Not even this vulva'd buy someone's used sex toy. Get me my very own rubber ducky and while you're out it throw in the sponge vibe. Tub time just got a lot more fun.