WOODROCKET PRESENTS THE GOLDEN GIRLS PORN PARODY COLORING BOOK: THE GOLDEN GILFS

WOODROCKET PRESENTS
THE GOLDEN GIRLS PORN PARODY COLORING BOOK: THE GOLDEN GILFS
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(Las Vegas, NV) March 30th, 2021 – Grab your crayons and get ready to color in some senior clit-izens! WoodRocket is proud to announce the release of their latest adult coloring book and Porn Parody: The Golden Gilfs Porn Parody Coloring Book.
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The Golden Gilfs Porn Parody Coloring Book is in stores this week and it will have you saying, “Thank you for being a friend…with benefits!”.
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Woodrocket Golden Girls Parody Coloring Book Sample Page
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When Rose accidentally throws a gangbang, her horny elderly friends, Dorothy, Blanche, and Sophia are there to lend a helping vagina. But will their cheesecakes be moist enough to handle so much forking? Pick up a copy of The Golden Gilfs Porn Parody Coloring Book to find out!
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The Golden Gilfs Porn Parody Coloring Book was written by Lee Roy Myers (SpongeKnob SquareNuts) and Vuko (Dragon Boob Z). It was illustrated by Gabriel Mayorga (The Dirtiest Coloring Book Ever).
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From parodies to novelties, WoodRocket is known for popular productions like Ask A Porn Star, SpongeKnob SquareNuts, Game of Bones, and their high-quality products like enamel pins, adult coloring books, and sex toy collaboration with CalExotics, “Naughty Bits”. WoodRocket’s fun stuff for adults has been featured in Vice, Buzzfeed, Uproxx, The A.V. Club, Playboy, Complex, Rolling Stone, Saturday Night Live, Vanity Fair, The Howard Stern Show, GQ, Esquire, The Hollywood Reporter, and more.

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OhMiBod Warms Up to Spring with Promotions, Deals and Golden Tickets

OhMiBod Warms Up to Spring with Promotions, Deals and Golden Tickets

(Stratham, NH / March 1, 2021) — OhMiBod is kicking off the winter chill with an enticing array of brand-new spring promotions during the month of March.
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Feeling lucky? All month long, the premier pleasure product company will be randomly distributing four custom OhMiBod Golden Tickets into outgoing orders placed between the 1st and the 31st at LovelifeToys.com. The lucky ticket holders will receive a special OhMiBox gift of sexy goodies worth more than $200!
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OhMiBod is also honoring International Women’s Day on March 8th, with a week-long promotion of 20% off their LoveLife Krush (no code required), the Bluetooth® enabled remote control toy and smart Kegel exerciser. Promoting strong and confident women who are looking to keep things fit, while getting their kicks. As a sweetener, they’ll be offering a FREE Tasl T-shirt ($20 value) with any Lovelife Krush order. Simply add your Tasl T-shirt to your cart, along with your Krush, and use code TASLTEE (while supplies last). This promotion ends March 14th.
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In addition, OhMiBod is celebrating the spirit of St. Patrick’s Day March 16th-18th by taking 20% off the entire inventory of their signature Lovelife intimacy products. Find your gold at the end of this rainbow by using the code STPADDY at checkout.
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“What better way to jumpstart the spring season and commemorate #InternationalWomensDay and St. Patrick’s Day than with these incredible deals!” said OhMiBod founder Suki Dunham. “And the Golden Ticket giveaway is our way of showing our appreciation to customers and also bringing a bit of fun and excitement to the shopping experience during a particularly challenging year.”
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OhMiBod also offers FREE shipping for all orders over $30 every day, and shoppers who sign up and subscribe to the company’s LOVELETTER will receive 10% off their first order.
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For more information on OhMiBod, visit OhMiBod.comLovelifetoys.com and follow on Twitter @OhMiBod!
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About OhMiBod
OhMiBod is the creator of the original music-driven vibrator and an award-winning innovator of technology-focused pleasure products. Headquartered in New Hampshire, USA, OhMiBod seeks to be the catalyst that shifts cultural attitudes toward intimacy and self-pleasure and the vital role it plays in one’s sexual health and well-being. For more information on OhMiBod and its range of pleasure products and accessories, visit http://www.OhMiBod.com.
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Supreme Court Turns Away Stormy Daniels’ Trump Defamation Lawsuit

Supreme Court Turns Away Stormy Daniels’ Trump Defamation Lawsuit

AVN Hall of Famer sued Trump in 2018 over tweet accusing her of a ‘total con job.’

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AVN Hall of Famer Stormy Daniels is now, officially, no longer suing Donald Trump. Two weeks short of two years after her widely publicized lawsuit over a “hush money” agreement was dismissed by a federal judge, the United States Supreme Court said that it would refuse to hear her second suit against Trump, this one for defamation.

On Monday, the country’s highest court issued its decision without any comment, indicating that the refusal was unanimous. By declining to take up the defamation case, SCOTUS leaves in place a ruling by the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals issued last August, in which the lower court held that Trump’s statements in a tweet did not rise to the level of defamation, and therefore were not actionable in a lawsuit.

The suit stemmed from a 2018 incident in which Daniels and her then-attorney Michael Avenatti appeared on the ABC TV talk show The View, where they displayed a forensic sketch of a man Daniels claimed to have accosted and threatened her while invoking Trump’s name.

Trump, who was president at the time of the broadcast, took to his Twitter account to declare the man depicted in the sketch “nonexistent” and accuse Daniels of “a total con job.” Avenatti and Daniels filed a defamation suit against Trump almost immediately — though Daniels later claimed that Avenatti had filed the lawsuit over her objections.

Nonetheless, after firing Avenatti over alleged financial misdeeds, Daniels hired Oklahoma-based attorney Clark Brewster, and appealed the case after a federal judge in Los Angeles dismissed it, calling Trump’s comments “hyperbole” that was protected by the First Amendment.

But last August, the Appellate court also slapped down Daniels’ lawsuit, leading Brewster and Daniels to appeal to the Supreme Court. But on Monday, the high court simply declined to hear the lawsuit at all.

In a comment to the Reuters news agency, Brewster said that he was surprised SCOTUS rejected the case, because, he said, the lower courts’ rulings had left “confusion and uncertainty” over legal issues raised by Daniels’ lawsuit.

In fact, the issue of whether or not Trump’s tweet defamed Daniels was not the basis for her appeal. Instead, Brewster and Daniels contended that the lower court violated a Texas law by dismissing the case, when the Texas statute requires resolutions of free speech cases. Because Daniels was legally a resident of Texas, and Trump at the time was a New York resident, the lawsuit went to federal court.

Whether state laws such as the Texas statute can be applied in federal lawsuits was the question at the heart of Daniels’ Supreme Court appeal.

But Trump’s lawyer celebrated the ruling.

“The ruling confirms what we have been saying all along: that Stormy Daniels’ lawsuit against the President was frivolous and sanctionable,” attorney Charles Harder told Reuters.

The lower court ordered Daniels to pay Trump’s legal fees to the tune of $292,000, as well as to pay $1,000 in sanctions for bringing the case in the first place.