Month: February 2019

Porn and Crypto

Meet Porn and Crypto WHY? Sex is timeless and crypto is current. Companies like Vice Industry Token and Spankchain have popped  up; ensuring privacy, fair payment practices, and security to viewers’ accounts. Crypto also helps content creators like cam workers keep their finances safer. The porn industry comprises about 30 percent of web content, and this new form of currency can add a layer of security to the unclad....

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Marina Adshade

Meet Marina Adshade WHY? Marina is an economist and a professor at The University of British Columbia, whose primary focus is the economics of sex and love. Students love her Economics of Sex and Love class (and you can guess why!) Her  Dollars and Sex blog covers topics ranging from monogamy to sex work even to teen sex, and she covers even the most complex topics fearlessly and...

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Maude

Meet Maude WHY? Maude’s products aim to please and make purchasing bedroom goodies less overwhelming and scary. Their vibrators are aesthetically pleasing, gender-inclusive, and approachable. The tech itself is the same as most. In fact, it only has three speeds (not unlike an old fashioned bicycle).  The look, however, is contemporary and simple. Sort of like the Ikea of sex accessories. No assembly required. But like all the products, their vibrator is give the users an added level of convenience and enjoyment, with a USB charging port and travel pouch, for pleasure all the time. And an added bonus,...

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Sync

Meet We-Vibe Sync WHY? Sex is better when both parties are enjoying it. That’s just a fact. So We-Vibe created the Sync, a vibrator that makes both parties “feel the vibe.” The Sync features an adjustable fit for almost everybody, dual stimulation, a remote controller, and an app to sync up your own music during those special “alone moment” or to let your partner take control in those far away times. You just need to be comfortable letting a “robot” in your bed....

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Romance Scams

Romance Scams WHY? Love hurts, but in 2018 it really hurt. The pain was felt by 21 thousand American who fell victim to Romance Scams. What are they? Simply put, they involve online flirtation with a fake person on social media. After romances bloom, schemers usually asks the “lover” for emergency cash. Then boom! Gotcha!  According to The Hill, these fakes usually target people between 40-60, and cannot meet in person because they are “stationed abroad.” Dater beware! No shame in Googling your potential love...

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