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A Richmond adult store owner suggests a few films for Ken Cuccinelli.

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So, we’ve all heard -- Attorney General and Republican gubernatorial candidate Ken Cuccinelli has been thwarted in his efforts to preserve the state’s “crimes against nature” statute, which makes oral and anal sex between consenting adults a class-six felony.

(If you haven’t heard: This week the Supreme Court declined Cuccinelli’s request that it reconsider a lower courts decision to strike down the state law.)

With the sex acts safe for now, it might be time to get the attorney general up to speed on modern sexual practices. Alison Barber, owner of Taboo in Richmond, offers a few patriotic-themed suggestions. Here they are in reverse order of importance:

5. In Anal Sluts We Trust

4. Swallow the Leader

3. Assministrator's Assistant

2. Exploring UR Anus

1. Facial the Nation

Barber suggested a lot of other filthy titles for Cuccinelli. They were, believe it or not, too dirty to print.

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