Christian Sex Toy Store Offers Smut-Free Dildo Shopping Online
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This should give a new meaning to the term "passion play."
Marc Angenent, a Dutch priest turned sex therapist, has started an online store for Christians who want to shop for sex toys, but don't want to be inundated with pornographic images and crude language.
The website is called Liefdestuin--"The Love Garden," and it caters to the long-ignored niche market of consumers interested in purchasing dildos, but offended by photos of people using dildos.
Angenent says he hopes the Love Garden will help nurture the idea that Christians can take pleasure in sex without feeling dirty or shameful.
The website offers a modest selection of dildos, vibrators, condoms and, yes, penis enhancing dick sprays. Items are shipped in packaging so discreet it practically screams: "There is NOT a cockring in here!"
In addition to providing a place for people to purchase masturbation materials without running into ads that might make them want to masturbate, Liefdestuin offers basic sex education information and cites Bible verses that prove God was OK with people quelling the fires in their burning bushes.
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In a recent interview, Angenent told Radio Netherlands Worldwide:
"Particularly the Old Testament is full of erotic stories. Within a spiritual context, of course, but eroticism is very present."
Angenent describes himself as a devout Christian who believes sex and eroticism are God given gifts.
As if creating a world in which Christians can finally buy their erection enhancing dick spray in peace wasn't enough, Angenent also offers sex counseling services to Christ-loving couples in need. Someone put aside a couple extra cream pies for this guy at the next church bake sale!