University’s ‘Sex App’ Promotes Kinky Sex

Townhall.com Staff
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Posted: Sep 26, 2013 9:57 AM
Did you ever play twister as a kid? Well, toss in sex and smartphones, and you’ve got the University of Oregon’s new SexPositive App, ostensibly developed as a sex health tool. Breitbart reports: Users first select a particular body part (such as mouth, vagina, finger, or anus) from a spinning wheel of options. They match it to “another body part or object,” choosing options that range from body parts to things like “restraints,” “vibrator,” “anal plug,” or even “stuffed animals.” Once the match is made, the app offers the user a menu of choices to learn more about that particular sexual behavior.