Odd Enough Here's how you can get a free vibrator today

You get a sex toy; you get a sex toy; you get a sex toy! This is not a drill.

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Sexy Liberation, a website created to offer free and deeply-discounted vibrators, cock rings, and butt plugs to “those who are less fortunate, curious, or both,” wants you to know that you can get a brand spankin' new toy for the low, low price of free.

That's right! All you have to do is hop onto their website, select your choice of cock ring, butt plug, or lipstick-shaped bullet vibrator (or all of them) add them to your cart, and check out. You'll have to pay for shipping and taxes, but it's still a pretty sweet deal (if you ask us).

The sex toy free-for-all stems from Sexy Liberation's founders' frustration with "women's sexual disadvantages," like the orgasm gap, Jannet Harris, co-founder of the company, told Women's Health in an email. (According to a study published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine, 85 percent of men report climaxing during intercourse with a familiar partner, while only 63 percent of women say the same.)

“Women's sexual enjoyment and well-being matter," says Harris. "That's why we do what we do." She says the goal of Sexy Liberation is to create a higher rate of sexual satisfaction among women and men by providing them with affordable sex toys that allow them to explore their bodies and their sexuality—one anal bead, pocket stroker, and kegel ball at a time.

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So far, their company has distributed 6,500 free sex toys to 42 countries. Fun fact: The butt plug is their most popular item with just over 2,500 orders.

To accommodate the uninitiated, all orders and packaging are discreet, and your credit card statement will read "Department Store Transaction." (Pair your new free sex toy with this organic lube from the Women's Health boutique.)

With the stigma surrounding sexuality, female masturbation, and sex toys, Harris hopes that their organization will normalize talking about sex.

"The less that people talk about sex, the less we are educating. The less we are educating, the more sexual assault, displeasing sex, and lack of orgasms there are going to be,” she says. “Everyone deserves to enjoy sex. If it was up to me, I'd be reallocating some of our nation's budget to hand out vibrators in sexual education courses.”

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