Welcome to the Future of Sex Community! We’re here to provide a platform for members to share their views on the future of human intimacy and technology through public posts.

By seeking thoughtful and diverse perspectives from, the Future of Sex Community aims to offer a safe space for reflection and productive debate on how best to create our sexual futures.

To become a member of the Future of Sex Community, register for an account here [add link]. However, before you do, make sure you read and understand our community guidelines below You will also need to agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

Future of Sex Community Guidelines

1. The community is a place to discuss the future.

Here at FutureofSex.net, our goal has always been to explore how new technologies may shape human sexuality and relationships in the future. For that reason, we’re seeking posts that focus on what may occur in the years ahead.

If you submit a post about our sexual present, the swinging '60s, or prehistoric sexuality and there is no link to the future, don’t expect it will be published in the community,

2. The community is meant to be a safe space and is subject to our Terms of Use.

Hateful and bullying posts or comments directed at individuals or groups will not be tolerated. Members are prohibited from posting any information that is abusive, threatening, obscene, defamatory, libelous, or racially, sexually, religiously, or otherwise objectionable and offensive.

Read the full Terms of Use.

Future of Sex reserves the right to terminate any account that violates the Terms of Use.

3. The community is ‘safe for work’

What is considered  “safe for work” is often subjective, particularly when discussing sex-related topics. In an effort to maintain a mature level of discussion and encourage posts from a diverse group, we discourage the use of slang words primarily when referring to body parts and sex acts. Medical terms are preferred. Additionally, posts must not include sexually explicit descriptions or media.

To sum it up, posts about sex and intimacy are meant to inform, not sexually excite, readers.

3. The community is a place to share your opinions.

We want to learn what you think!  The community is for sharing personal views and predictions. Sharing supporting facts and research is also welcome, especially when it is relevant to your post.

All content must be created by you or clearly attributed to the source.

4. The community is NOT a place for self-promotion or product promotion.

Promotional posts will not be accepted. Links to products and services will not be accepted unless they add value or context to readers of the post.

5. You must have the right to share the content and media you upload to the community.