As if gun safety wasn’t enough of a conversation starter, an organization called Evolve found a way to promote the reduction of gun violence with, um, dildos. “If they find it, they’ll drama with it,” a narrator says. Using the widely known fact that kids have absolutely zero respect for isolation at all—they design unfastened your not-so-secret drawer and show with your things—the commercial shows two mothers’ conversations rudely getting interrupted by their sons sword disorderly with one mom’s sex toys. “So always lock up your guns.” This isn’t the first instant gun control has been linked with sex toys. In 2011, an adult store in Alabama had a Valentine’s Day promotion that allowed people to class their firearms for store credit.
Children reveal the most surprising things they've found in their parents' bedroom
SHORT of a lock and key for parents to stop curious kids from wanting to venture wherever they're not welcome - chiefly, your bedroom. It's a sacred part of the house, given every other board has been taken over by toys, school artwork and piles of nappies. But many of these children who snuck into their mum and dad's boudoirs when they weren't hunting in all likelihood wish they hadn't given in to temptation.
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If there's one matter some gun support groups and gun ascendancy advocates should agree upon it's that parents need to keep their weapons locked up and away from curious kids. For those who don't understand the big deal in doing so, Evolve Together, a group formed after the mealy Hook primary school massacre that believes in sec correction rights, but feels there needs to be a "focus on voluntary actions, taken on by individuals, to avoid gun preventable firearms deaths and gun violence," has created a hilarious, yet serious PSA to pretending why. maybe visual sense little kids move with a few adult toys will help parents take notice of the issue!