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bunnyPeople have been making sex toys on their own since, well, almost forever. Until places like Babeland existed, people (women especially) had to make do with shameful, seedy places to buy low-quality sex toys. That, as we all know, has changed. However, home-made sex toys have a certain allure of the forbidden and especially naughty.LoveHoney - a UK sex toy retailer capitalized on this association with home-made toys by selling a rabbit top for a vibrating toothbrush. That is, until Proctor & Gamble sent them a cease and desist letter. Says the giant in home health products:
"Our client's trademarks should not be used to promote and sell third-party products nor indeed should they be promoted by third parties for any purpose other than that for which they were intended,"
I would have thought that Proctor & Gamble would have been happy to know that this was helping them sell more toothbrushes. They're not liable if someone uses the toothbrush in a way not indicated on the packaging, so why do they care? My guess is that they're horrified by the idea that someone could, with a simple switch of the top, go from brushing their teeth to getting themselves off. Apparently oral hygiene and orgasms do not even belong in the same sentence, let alone occur possibly back-to-back or in the same product.Proctor & Gamble, get over it. You're making money - just roll over, ignore this and count your money.