Normally, I would say, "to each his own", except that this Topco line was only designed as a gag, and although it addresses how fucked up our culture can be, it's basically just saying that people who suffer from rectal prolapse, are missing a limb, or have HIV/AIDS are fucked, not to mention women on their periods who have sex. No, I don't personally fantasize about someone who's lost a limb specifically because they're missing a limb, and I don't care if you do, but calling that person, or the person that fantasizes about them, fucked is fucked up in itself. I'm normally pretty easygoing about fetishes, but this is taking the more obscure fetishes and making people who have them feel bad about themselves. I read on Epiphora's blog, "The packaging is all black with FUCKED across the box (cause you’re “fucked” if you want to fuck this). There’s an advisory sticker essentially calling you a “pussy” if you can’t take it and inside, there is an envelope which includes printed photos of the actual items/situations the products are modeled after." I think this line doubles for both shock value and pointing fingers to make fun of people simultaneously.
Then again, maybe the reason Topco made these was to show us just how fucked up our culture can be? I don't know why anyone would actually want to buy any of these products, to be honest, but I think the real point behind them was to address some of the issues. To be fair, though, IF I had lost a limb, had HIV/AIDS, or was suffering from rectal prolapse, I would be pretty pissed to see this line calling me Fucked.
If, however, you don't see it this way, like some of the toys, and have no problem with the packaging basically calling you Fucked for liking it, then to each his own, I'm not going to judge you if you buy the mouth that comes with vomit- scented lube.