SHAR­ING IS CAR­ING

THE LAT­EST SO­CIAL TREND THAT LETS STRANGERS POST THEIR SEX LIVES ON­LINE.

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For all the talk of in­ter­net over­shar­ing, things have fo­cused more on what you’re hav­ing for brunch than bed­room ac­tiv­i­ties – un­til now. “We all en­joy it, but we don’t talk about it – which means sex is de­faulted to an act,” ex­plains sex-tech start-up founder Cindy Gal­lop. Frus­trated that the only sex on the in­ter­net is pro­fes­sional porn, she launched Makelovenotporn.tv – a video-shar­ing plat­form where real cou­ples up­load their sex videos and watch other peo­ple’s. It costs $7 but you re­ceive 50 per cent of any profts your videos make. “We’re pi­o­neer­ing a whole new cat­e­gory – so­cial sex – us­ing the most pow­er­ful ap­proach avail­able: so­cial shar­ing,” she says. “Tak­ing the em­bar­rass­ment out of sex would help solve so many so­ci­etal ills: from un­happy mar­riages to else on Face­book, Twit­ter and In­sta­gram.”

CAMERON DIAZ AND JA­SON SEGEL IN 2014’S SEX TAPE.

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