TIL that in the US, you can get advertisers to stop sending you physical mail by telling the post office "that you, *in your own discretion*, believe [the advertisements] to be 'erotically arousing or sexually provocative.'" (Emphasis mine.)

USPS and the advertiser are not legally allowed to contest this.

So if you tell them that CreditOne mailings just make you *too horny*...

about.usps.com/publications/pu

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@noelle ...Sigh. Because apparently they can't just do a "no solicitation" list like they have for phone numbers.

donotcall.gov/

@KitsuneAlicia I mean, the no solicitation list has always been purely voluntary and therefore never respected, so this is better *in a way*?

wait nvm apparently it's not voluntary. I could've sworn it was. Maybe it used to be?

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