WWE Hall-of-Famer Ric Flair was, for a brief moment, offering a very special Valentine’s Day gift for sale on his website. Dubbed the WOOOOO Compromise, Flair was selling a sexual consent contract, to be signed by two consenting adults, for $50. Here’s what parties would be signing on for:
By Signing This Compromise, both parties involved agree to ride Space Mountain and engage in sexual relations on this night. This contract adheres to guidelines of informed consent, and both people in the relationship must be present and not in an intoxicated state before signing. No party shall be pressured or persuaded into something that they do no want to do, and they reserve the right to terminate the contract if need be. This contract has the signed and sealed approval of The Nature Boy Ric Flair, who has taken many women for a ride on Space Mountain, and has the utmost respect for women.
In tweeting about the contract, Flair tweeted, “Fun and responsibility go hand in hand! Get your autographed WOOOOO Compromise for $50 and be ready for the future!” Later, in a follow-up Tweet, Flair called the contract “a sign of the times.”
However, if you were hoping to get one of these for your Valentine this week, it looks like you’re out of luck. Flair has removed the advertisements for the contract on Twitter, according to Pro Wrestling Sheet’s Ryan Satin, at the behest of WWE:
Ric Flair has removed the advertisement for autographed sexual consent forms from his Twitter page.
I’m told by sources that he meant well, but was asked by people within WWE to take it down. Still available for purchase at his web store though. pic.twitter.com/LsXOgZwZ6k
— Ryan Satin (@ryansatin) February 13, 2018
Satin’s tweeted noted that the contract was still for sale at that time, but it’s since been removed from the website as well. It looks like you’ll have to find another way to confirm consent with your Valentine. We’ve heard that asking works well.
And if you don’t have a date, that’s okay too. If you’re lonely, Ric Flair is still offering to make a personal phone call to anyone who buys more than $200 worth of merchandise from his store.