An array of companies are rapidly creating the sex-tech needed for long-distance physical contact

Florida-based startup FriXion wants to blow current virtual sex and teledildonics options out of the water with its upcoming namesake social network.

Eschewing small steps and wants, the startup wants to start a revolution. One that “that will bring with it an unprecedented opportunity for sexual empowerment, freedom, security, exploration, and access” through groundbreaking sex tech.

By providing an online social space for would-be virtual partners — a space which will support reciprocal functionality in existing tech-enabled sex toys — the up-and-coming company hopes to change the nature of familiar, fly-by-night, and paid sexual encounters, as illustrated in their rather charming video.

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