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