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SEX in the Metaverse could become as enjoyable as sex in real life 

Turning our everyday lives virtual will take some adapting and new approaches to common activities, including sex.

Mark Zuckerberg recently said he thinks people will one day spend most of their time in the metaverse.

“The sex industry has been driving technological innovations for years, since VHS tapes, and I think the expanding technology and room for fantasy in the metaverse will provide a great environment for not just Dreamcam users but sexually curious individuals to try new things.” Daniel Golden, vice president of adult site DreamCam, said in a recent interview.

He thinks sex in the metaverse has a number of positives and could become just as common as sex in real life.

Afterall, sex is a part of life, whether that’s in the metaverse or not. Moreover in the metaverse it doesn’t matter what you look like and users even get to choose. Which means people who feel insecure about how they look when they have sex so they might choose to utilize the metaverse more.

Even though right now, common examples of the metaverse look like something out of the Sims video game, that doesn’t seem to draw back the cybersex industry.

Golden and cam model Evans think sex in the metaverse could eventually feel the same as sex in real life.

“Just because it’s virtual, doesn’t mean it isn’t sex. Thanks to the fast-paced world of haptic devices and “real-feel” sex toys, VR sex could one day be just as good. Society defines sex as a wide range of interactions so it’s not just physical penetration that we can call “real sex”, Cam model Evans added.

Golden thinks it may turn out to be equally as enjoyable, thanks to the fast growing sex tech in the works right now, like synchronizing sex toys.

Anonymous, affordable, limitless virtual sex is an integral part of the post-pandemic Great Reset, according to which ordinary humans will “own nothing and be happy.”

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BCAMS Magazine, the 13th issue!

The independent livecam industry resource for news and tips & tricks for cam models and camsites.

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As the nights are getting colder and longer, we are here to warm you up with our 13rd issue super selection of top models around the world. Get ready to be intrigued and mesmerized by these gorgeous performers!

Moving on to our cover story! BCAMS EXPO 2022 comeback! A glamorous night with loads of artistic moments sprinkled with well-deserved awards!

Sharesome parent company acquires Nefty and we introduce you to the story of the first cam girl and the rise of the cam industry.

We discuss the new dating trend:Prioridating

And the UK household brand Babestation, with a 20years experience in the industry, gives us some insights on their business.

We discuss the new TikTok adult feature and Tumblr’s CEO end of the porn-friendly era of the internet vision.

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Tumblr and why the porn-friendly era of the internet is over?

Matt Mullenweg, the chief executive of Tumblr parent company Automattic said that the “casually porn-friendly era of the early internet is currently impossible” as he looked to explain why Tumblr and other sites will never go back to freely available adult content.

After widespread and inaccurate speculation that Tumblr would lift its ban on adult content, Mullenweg posted a long explanation of why Tumblr will never go back to the old days. The internet has fundamentally change its stance on pornography, the head of Tumblr has said.

Tumblr was once known for lax attitudes towards pornography that helped make it one of the most popular sites on the internet. But in 2018, new owner Verizon banned such content, introducing restrictive rules that kept it off the platform.

Why is returning to that era impossible?
For now, it’s largely because of intermediaries that play a massive role in how people access the web. Payment processors have long been leery of adult content, and they’ve stepped up enforcement in recent years, in part because of concerns about child abuse and non-consensual pornography. Apple’s iOS App Store has been staunchly opposed to it since launch. And without those two pieces of infrastructure, running a for-profit site is incredibly difficult. “If Apple permanently banned Tumblr from the App Store, we’d probably have to shut the service down,” Mullenweg noted. Some non-profit sites that do allow things like explicit artwork have remained persistently web-only despite years of requests for apps.

Meanwhile, porn companies have their own stack of payment processing services, but they’re typically far more expensive — something that nearly got adult performers banned from the subscription platform OnlyFans last year.

The issue is compounded by new rules about age verification and anti-sex work laws like FOSTA-SESTA. Some of these laws are meant to combat unambiguously harmful phenomena like non-consensual pornography, but they also add substantial legal oversight.
Why can both Reddit and Twitter, fairly unusually for modern social networks, allow a lot of porn?
“Ask Apple, because I don’t know,” says Mullenweg. He speculates that Twitter and Reddit are both too big to ban, although Apple has forced moderation changes even for giant services like Facebook.

The overall upshot:
“If you wanted to start an adult social network in 2022, you’d need to be web-only on iOS and side-load on Android, take payment in crypto, have a way to convert crypto to fiat for business operations without being blocked, do a ton of work in age and identity verification and compliance so you don’t go to jail, protect all of that identity information so you don’t dox your users, and make a ton of money.”

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Could TikTok turn into the new Only Fans?

TikTok is once again updating its livestreaming features, and this time the biggest improvements affect the people who can’t watch. For starters, the upgrade now lets TikTok Live users host adult-only broadcasts. If a stream is likely to include lots of colorful language or tackle traumatic subjects, you can make sure the audience is mature enough to handle it. The option will be available in the “coming weeks.” And no, it’s not an officially sanctioned alternative to OnlyFans — TikTok’s policies still forbid sexually explicit content.

However, people are speculating that TikTok could soon turn into an OnlyFans alternative after the platform announced the new “adults only” feature for live broadcasting.

TikTok rose to huge popularity during the Covid-19 pandemic and associated lockdowns across the world.
While its user base is mainly comprised of Gen Z, it appears to the app is hoping to draw more of an adult audience after announcing it’s raising the age of those who can live broadcast to adults and is introducing an adult-only viewer option.

According to the Chinese-owned platform, the new feature is being brought in to protect its younger users and could be used to stream comedy routines with strong language or broadcast videos with more complex or “difficult” subject matter.
TikTok announced: “In the coming weeks, we plan to introduce a new way for creators to choose if they’d prefer to only reach an adult audience in their LIVE.

“For instance, perhaps a comedy routine is better suited for people over age 18. Or, a host may plan to talk about a difficult life experience and they would feel more comfortable knowing the conversation is limited to adults.

“We want our community to make the most of the opportunities LIVE can bring without compromising on safety.”

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