There’s a new Facebook protest page devoted to Russia’s current crusade against its LGBT community, and there’s a call to action: Send a Dildo to Vladimir Putin.

The mission, should you choose to accept it, is to mail your new or used sex toys to Putin, at 23, Ilyinka St., in Moscow. Since there is little to no chance he will ever see them, the thrill of Putin being trapped under a mountain of new or used dildos is pretty much gone.

So, where are all those dildos going? And what’s the message?

Putin’s crusade against LGBT youth has escalated in the past few months, and there’s been a variety of reactions to the country’s government-sponsored homophobia. The Facebook page, which originated in San Francisco, now has more than 1,100 members, and their protest even landed them some international press.

The community page has become a bulletin board for articles about anti-gay actions in Russia, which is a positive. But some still wonder about the effectiveness of sending sex toys, which, for many people, are seen as sex-positive. In a Policy Mic post titled “You Probably Shouldn’t ‘Send a Dildo to Vladimir Putin,’ No Matter What Facebook Tells You,” the ideology behind the page is explored a bit more. San Francisco blogger Mike Petrelis is quoted on the matter:

To me, dildos are fabulous sex toys that bring much pleasure to men and women and I view the effort to send dildos to Putin as a form of punishment as sex-negative.

It remains to be seen how many dildos will end up at the Kremlin. If we are to believe CNN, however, they might already be extinct.

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