Future of Sex provides insights into the fascinating topic of the future of human sex and sexuality. It looks at how communication, interface, biological and other technologies are enabling new expressions of human sexuality, and the individual and societal responses to these significant shifts.
‘Safe for Work’
The articles in Future of Sex are intended to be primarily (though sometimes not quite) “safe for work.” Any links in articles to material that are potentially more offensive are marked “NSFW” to denote Not Safe For Work. However, please be cautious when clicking through sites that are not marked as “NSFW.” While the linked page may not offend, content can change and opinions may vary on what is suitable in a work environment.
Our showcase of the intriguing products and services of the future of sex, the Bizarre Bazaar, isNOT intended to be safe for work—this is for readers 18 years or over.
The Future of Sex editor, Jenna Owsianik, is a writer and multimedia journalist based in Sydney, Australia.
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