For Immediate Release – (Safford, AZ) – In 2015, efforts to educate parents and young girls on the dangers of self-rape will take a giant leap forward. Teaming up with the Girl Scouts of the USA, Fappy the Anti-Masturbation Dolphin will become the “unofficial mascot” for Girl Scout Cookies. Sponsored by Monsanto, Fappy The Anti-Masturbation Dolphin and STOP Masturbation NOW focus on educating children about the dangerous consequences of masturbation and the benefits of genetically modified foods.
“When Monsanto first approached me with this idea for a corporate partnership, I was skeptical at first,” states Kelly Parisi, Girl Scouts of the USA’s Chief Communications Executive and spokesperson for the country’s leading authority on girls and girl leadership. “But the more I learned about Fappy and the positive message that STOP Masturbation NOW wanted us to help spread across the nation, the more I wanted to be a part of this union. It’s a great way to educate tomorrow’s women – and an excellent way to reach parents. It’s a team effort to stop self-rape.”
And the girls agree! On a very special promotional event, Fappy visited with several Girl Scout Troops in Arizona and California to discuss next year’s sales promotion with Troop leaders and young members. “Fappy is so funny!” exclaimed Mary Todd Stephens of San Clemente, CA. “At first, I was a little scared of him and stuff. But after I got to know him, I think he’s awesome! He let me pull on his fin, over and over, and he didn’t get mad or anything!” One little girl even exclaimed, “He’s so big and handsome!” After a playful romp and roll on the floor, Fappy talked to the girls about the dangers of masturbation, which include migraines, dwarfism and cancer. “I didn’t even know what genital warts were until Fappy showed us a slide show. GROSS!” Exclaimed 8 year-old Sarah Karash.
As a means of spreading the word to the community, STOP Masturbation NOW will be producing full color promotional materials to be included in the packaging of each box of cookies. Posters will also be provided free to each Girl Scout troop that requests in advance to use freely as part of their display at community events. (seen below)