When we think of healthcare or wellness innovations, we probably think of new medications, testing equipment, or maybe apps that allow us better access to our healthcare providers.
If every sex worker you encounter seems like they’re in a bad mood, that might be because the EARN IT act is still being pushed forward by Senator Lindsey Graham.
Pipedream is a California-based company specializing in adult products. If their name sounds familiar, maybe that’s because they’ve won a few awards for innovation. They also gave away free vibes and ben-wa massagers to COVID first responders, and have revamped several well-known sex toys for men.
There’s a world of difference between the sex ed we learn in school and knowing how to have a healthy sex life with your partner. Sex ed classes in school are generally about basic puberty, followed by lessons on how not to get pregnant.
Sex Tech Connect is pleased to announce its next Special Guest, Dr. Ava Cadell, for its signature event series, “Virtual Brunch, Happy Hour, or a Late Night Drink” on July 12th. Dr. Ava is the famed founder of Loveology University and www.Sexpert.com.
Gisele International, a new female-led startup, is poised to become a strategic sales and marketing force in European markets. The founders include CEO Lisa Sananes, CCO Julie Bonnet, and COO Anne-Noelle Bertel—who have a collective 15 years of industry experience.
When it comes to adult content, piracy takes money directly from the hands of creators. Piracy is a crime just like most types of theft, but until recently, enforcement of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act was limited in the US. That could be coming to an end.
While some still think of internet piracy as a harmless act, it can cause a lot of damage to performers, content creators, sites hosts, and anyone who intended to make money from the work they create. Piracy is also very difficult to track—especially given how many people engage in it.