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Sex Shop Offers Free Vibrators to Women Who Vote: ‘Make America Orgasm Again’

“Someone has to help us come together,” says a Montana sex shop owner, offering up free sex toys to women who pledge to cast their vote in the upcoming election.

Calling out gender disparity and highlighting the “orgasm gap,” Billy McWilliams, of Erotique, in Bozeman, said he’s got 2020 red, white and blue vibrators to give away to American women who participate on November 3, regardless of who they vote for.

“There is nothing more powerful than a nation coming together,” he said. “Voting is an important duty for our society. It’s makes our lives better. So does sex. Sex brings people together,” he told Newsweek. “In all the hullabaloo of this election we want folks to take care of themselves. We want a happier America.”

McWilliams, in an act of “foreplay,” has already posted 1,045 vibrators to women who have pledged. “They are bullet vibrators and retail at

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Vote now to help create the 2020 holiday gift guide

Stacks of holiday gifts — Photo courtesy of iStock / Melpomenem

Pumpkin spice lattes are in hand, and Thanksgiving weekend will be upon us before we know it. It’s that time of year when we at 10Best put together our annual holiday gift guide.

To create our 2020 holiday gift guide, we teamed up with a panel of regular contributors to nominate their favorite items in six different categories.

We’ve narrowed the field down to 20 nominees per category, and now it’s your turn to pick a winner. Vote for your favorites once per day until the contest closes on Monday, October 26 at noon ET. The winners will be announced on Friday, November 6.

Click on each category below to vote:

Best Gift for Business Travelers

Vote for your favorite gift for business travel (or your home office)Vote for your favorite gift for business travel (or your home office) — Photo courtesy of iStock / filadendron

In need of gift

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We honor women who went before us by exercising our right to vote | PennLive letters

This November marks 100 years of women exercising the right to vote. When I enter the polling booth, I’ll be thinking of my grandmother.

As a woman, she was disenfranchised and barred from participating in a process at the heart of our American democracy. Imagine how she first felt when she registered to vote, cast her ballot, and emerged from the polling booth as an equal participant to any man in the democratic process. Imagine her delight and immense pride to know her granddaughter, the first woman in Dauphin County’s history to serve in the Pennsylvania General Assembly, is continuing that glass-breaking legacy in the Commonwealth.

Pennsylvania, the birthplace of our American republic, is proudly called home for many suffragettes that won the crusade for the right to vote. Leaders such as Lucretia Mott, Daisy Lampkin and Carrie Burnham fought tirelessly, endured ridicule, and even faced prosecution in their campaign

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Washington men’s and women’s basketball players urge fellow students to register to vote

The admission wasn’t easy, but Mike Hopkins felt the importance of leveling with his Washington men’s basketball team, which has engaged in a series of intimate conversations about race, social justice and politics over the past several months. 

“I’m embarrassed to say this, I’m 51 years old and I’ve probably voted a handful of times,” Hopkins said “That’s society and that’s sad.  

“Many people, myself included, talk about wanting things to change and making it happen. Well, here’s a way. And it’s so simple. Vote.” 

On Monday afternoon, the Huskies men’s and women’s basketball teams canvassed the UW campus urging folks to register for the upcoming November elections. They wore black t-shirts with a QR code that read: “Scan me. Register to vote.”

“We’ve been having talks with the team with what’s been going on in the world right now,” Hopkins said “We just felt like one way we could

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Wear Your Vote On Your Sleeve With These 8 Stylish Clothing Items

With the US presidential election coming up in just over a month, there is a huge push to encourage citizens to make sure that they are registered to vote and exercising their patriotic duty on November 3rd.

Luckily, fashion brands have made it super easy to wear your “vote” on your sleeve—literally—and get the voting message out there through fun T-shirts, jewelry, and other accessories. Along with looking chic, many of the brands highlighted below have partnered with organizations that

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