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So it?s still illegal to sell sex toys in Alabama.The US Supreme Court recently rejected a constitutional challenge to an Alabama law that offers up to a $10,000 fine or as long as a year in jail to sellers of "any device designed or marketed as useful primarily for the stimulation of human genital organs."Yeah, it mean that retailers who want nothing more than to help folks get off in the privacy of their own homes, would be common criminals for selling vibrators to get the job done. My heart goes out to you Alabama gals, but there is one little bright side. Because of the way the law is worded, both the Hitachi Magic Wand and the Wahl 7-in-1, two of Babeland?s most popular vibrators?two gloriously strong, tireless plug-ins to whom many owe their first and/or most powerful orgasms?can be sold legally. That's right, even though they've been co-opted as sex toys, the Magic Wand and the Wahl were designed originally to be muscle massagers, not human genital organ stimulators.So go go for it Alabamians?until we can turn this law on its butt, it?s OK to open a store stocked full of Wands and Wahls (and maybe an electric toothbrush or vibrating hairbrush or two, and don?t forget a good selection of root veggies)! Or use your imagination and make the first house-hold object you see into something to get off with (I?d recommend putting a condom on that candlestick or Pez dispenser first, though).Are you an Alabama dweller who?s not into plug-in vibes or DIY sex toys? Never fear: Babeland.com is here for you!Read more about the ruling.