Aussie sex toy company sells 'patriotic' dildo with koala imprint at base, profits to go toward bushfire crisis

The base of the dildo is a map of the country and is colored in gold and green -- the unofficial colors of Australia. What's more? It even has a koala at the base of the shaft for extra stimulation


                            Aussie sex toy company sells 'patriotic' dildo with koala imprint at base, profits to go toward bushfire crisis
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People across the globe are chipping in whatever they can to help Australia deal with their harrowing bushfire crisis. Charitable organizations across the country are currently working out the best way to allocate the sudden influx of donations.

That said, a sex-toys company is approaching the crisis with a rather unconventional gimmick. Geeky Sex Toys has developed a "patriotic" Down Under Donation Dildo which tries to capture the ethos of Australia, Sputnik News reports. While the net-worth celebrities are able to donate millions of dollars to the cause, there are reports of people setting up lemonade stands to raise money for the same, however, this company's unwavering patriotism has stood out. 

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How are they doing that exactly? The base of the dildo is a map of the country and is colored in gold and green -- the unofficial colors of Australia. What's more? It even has a koala at the base of the shaft for extra stimulation.

The firm has decided to sell the sex toys for AUD 69 a pop and has promised to direct 100 percent of the profits towards the bushfire appeal.

"As you may know, all our toys are handmade in this wonderful country that we call home. We are proud Australians and to see our country burning like this is truly heartbreaking," Geek Sex Toys wrote on their website. "The catastrophic spread of bushfires is devastating, and our thoughts go out to all the people, wildlife and land that has been affected throughout Australia."

"It's been less than 48 hours since the launch of our Down-Under Donation Dildo and we've been absolutely amazed at the response," they wrote in an update. "We're extremely proud to announce that so far we've raised over $5,000 for the bushfire relief efforts! Thank you SO MUCH to everyone who has bought one! It means the world to us, not only as artists but also as Australians."

That said, the company is yet to pick a charity to funnel the funds into and will announce the same soon.

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