This Australia-themed dildo is raising money to fight the bushfires

Australia is still burning and people across the planet are chipping in to do what they can to help save it. This often means we’re seeing some of the most creative fundraisers to ever grace the internet.

One of the companies pitching in, Geeky Sex Toys, which is an online store for all your geeky, sexy playtime needs, has developed an Australia-themed dildo to raise money to fight the wildfires.

“Our country has been devastated by bushfire, and we need your help!” the company tweeted earlier this month. “So that’s why we’re proud to announce The Down-Under Donation Dildo!”

The phallic toy looks like a fairly average yellow dildo at first glance. But upon closer inspection, the base is shaped like Australia, and there’s a cute little imprint of a koala just chilling out down there.

Geeky Sex Toys has priced the creative dildo at $69, because if you’re trying to get the attention of people through sex, you’re going to throw a 69 out there somewhere. The company says all profits will be donated to relief efforts and that sales so far have raised over $25,000.

We all know that sex sells, and this certainly isn’t the first time the power of pleasure has been harnessed to benefit the earth. We’ve previously told you about Kaylen, aka The Naked Philanthropist, who raised more than $300,000 to help Australia after offering nudes to anyone who could prove they donated at least $10 to an approved charity.

On an even larger scale, OKCupid has released research revealing a sharp increase in mentions of the environment or climate change in users’ dating profiles, suggesting that, as Gizmodo points out, caring about the environment can get you laid.

And if you’re hoping to hook up with fellow earth lovers, we’re willing to bet casually sneaking in a mention of the koala dildo you just purchased to benefit Australia will be a great ice breaker on Tinder.

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Rachel Kiley

Rachel Kiley is a writer who sometimes writes things and sometimes is based in L.A., but is definitely always on Twitter @rachelkiley.