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The gifts that keep on giving!

Don't know what to get that special someone in your life for the holidays?

Are you a flaming feminist?

100% pro-choice?

Then shop at Early to Bed this holiday season!

They have some special gifts sets that will make someone's night/day/afternoon AND a portion of the purchase price goes to kick ass organizations like the Chicago Abortion Fund, Planned Parenthood, Chicago Women's Health Center, and the Prostate Cancer Foundation. Now, I didn't think there was such a thing as a perfect gift, but come on, what's not to like in these offers?

So hurry over to Early to Bed and grab yourself a gift box AND get your holiday giving done too. BAM! It just keeps getting better. Of course, it'll only gets better once the gift is opened!

Ho! Ho! Ho!
Happy Solstice!
Happy Hanukkah!
Happy Kwanzaa!


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Comments

Anonymous said…
Thank you for your kind endorsement! We are very excited about the new gift boxes as well! :)

You should also check out our new-ish blog at http://earlytobed.wordpress.com for more info, updates, events, tips, and funny sex-related tidbits galore!

Thanks again, and happy holidays!

-Eden
Veronica said…
You are very welcome! Hope they fly off the shelves.

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