SexToys.co.uk Launches Controversial Campaign Celebrating Orgasms Ahead of Coronation Weekend

…By Jack Sylva for TDPel Media. SexToys.co.uk, one of the UK’s longest-standing pleasure brands, has launched an outrageous campaign in London to celebrate the importance of sex ahead of the Coronation this weekend.

The campaign aims to remind pleasure-seekers that orgasms are a right, not a privilege, and should be available equally to all.

The messaging features a discarded crown in a bathroom sink surrounded by luxury pleasure products, and the words “Long Live The King” printed across the image in vibrant letters, with a “f**” cheekily scrawled onto the image to ramp up the saucy notion.

The messaging appeared throughout London, first in tattoo parlours and underground punk rock clubs where posters sprung up and took root organically, then outside Buckingham Palace.

SexToys.co.uk believes everybody’s pleasure is equally important, from king to underling, princess to seamstress, and count to accountant.

With even more Bank Holidays than normal as a result of the Coronation, SexToys.co.uk is urging the British population to set aside their politics and focus on what really matters – bigger, better orgasms.

The Coronation is a good excuse for some good old-fashioned stiffening of the British upper lip and parts beyond.

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SexToys.co.uk’s campaign to celebrate the importance of sex and orgasms ahead of the Coronation weekend has received mixed reactions.

Saucy Brits took to Buckingham Palace to spread a very saucy message this week
Saucy Brits took to Buckingham Palace to spread a very saucy message this week

While some view it as a creative way to remind people of the importance of pleasure, others consider it crass and inappropriate.

The messaging appeared in various locations throughout London and featured a discarded crown in a bathroom sink surrounded by luxury pleasure products, and the words “Long Live The King” printed across the image in vibrant letters, with a “f**” cheekily scrawled onto the image.

The campaign’s aim is to remind pleasure-seekers that orgasms are a right, not a privilege, and should be available equally to all.

However, the campaign’s controversial messaging and location, particularly outside Buckingham Palace, may not be to everyone’s taste.

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