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Posted by on Jan 24, 2014 in General Hotness | 4 comments

Spreading The Love with a Foulmouth Greetings Giveaway!

Spreading The Love with a Foulmouth Greetings Giveaway!

We’re coming up on a time of year when people like to give each other flowers and chocolate and cards and stuff. It’s usually not my bag but last year I actually gave some, gulp, valentines. Why? In my local Superhero Sex Shop (Good Vibrations, Brookline at that time) I spied some really awesome little cards like this one:

Super fun, right? And that’s just the tip of the awesome iceberg that is Anna Diem’s Foulmouth Greetings- check out their whole catalog here.  Foulmouth describes themselves as “Greeting cards for queers, romantics and perverts” and distributes their cards via their Etsy site and through a collection of shops that reads like a “Who’s who” list of Superhero Sex Shops- Check it out. I adore this company and their work – they are superheroes! – and I want to share their awesomeness with you! Anna from Foulmouth Greetings has been generous enough to send me a pack of 10 assorted cards and I’m so excited to give them to one lucky reader! We’re doing this giveaway fast and furious – entries will close at 11:59pm on Tuesday the 28th. Follow the instructions below to enter and maybe I’ll get to spread some Foulmouth Greetings love to you!


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  • Queeraschino Cherry

    These cards are wonderful! How else would you thank someone for getting you into anal? Perfection.

  • Lorax Of Sex

    I’m so glad to see you doing this giveaway! I’ve bought Foulmouth cards before, and love them to pieces. This makes me so happy. Best giveaway ever.

  • Camryn Jones

    My all time favorite post on your blog is your rant about orgasm expectations and the “You’ll know when you do” attitude ( It’s one of the first posts I read on the subject and I felt relief realizing that I wasn’t alone in my uncertainty. Thank you for that!

  • Beckinstein Shinn

    I really enjoyed your article on on-line dating. I personally think online dating can be a great tool, and hope that we start seeing it become more and more normalized, and less something that society thinks only the weirdos, socially inept or deviants participate in. Not that I mind being in any of those groups. ;)