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Barcelona-based Emjoy is a wellbeing app that empowers women to change their relationship with sex by providing scientifically-backed and research-centric audio content. We also featured Emjoy as one of our 10 sex tech startups to look out for in The app offers more than 80 audio sessions including practical guides, meditation sessions and communication tips — all designed to guide users to improve their sexual wellbeing. Emjoy was founded by Andrea Oliver Garcia and Daniel Tamas in , when after more than four years in working in VC, Andrea decided to embark on her own entrepreneurial journey. With a mission to empower women to improve their relationship with sex and help them take responsibility for their own pleasure, Emjoy aims to offer reliable and researched-backed content.

Women's perception of sexuality around the menopause: outcomes of a European telephone survey.

Eastern European sex workers stranded in Germany as coronavirus shuts brothels – alavatchi.com

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Tantra workshops, open relationships and an abundance of online porn; sex is everywhere. But has this actually liberated our experience of sex and sexuality? What could philosophy teach us about making love? We live in a time in which sexuality is omnipresent; advertisements display sensual images, erotic scenes frequent films and series, and the erotic industry is booming. In Western culture sex is something we love to talk about, and a multitude of forms and approaches of sexuality are more or less widely accepted.
Thousands of foreign prostitutes working in Germany have been made homeless after brothels closed due to the coronavirus outbreak and borders snapped shut, making it difficult for them to return home. Authorities in the country, where prostitution has been legal for almost two decades, shut brothels last month along with other non-essential businesses like restaurants and nightclubs to slow the spread of the virus. Before the lockdown, she paid her brothel 90 euros a day for a room to meet clients and live in. But since then she has been staying with the brothel manager. Sex workers in Germany are classed as self-employed, pay tax and are in theory entitled to financial assistance from a fund set up by the government to help freelancers through the pandemic.