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Hong Kong-based Lovense has just launched an online forum for its users to connect, discuss and play with each other. Lovense Life is a platform with discussions boards and public chat rooms. Users can create a free account, choose a category and create or respond to posts.

Lovense toys can be controlled long distance, either with via PC, mobile device or another Lovense toy, developed to enhance sexual intimacy between two or more people.

Within the forum, you can find and chat to other Lovense users, perhaps with the intention of controlling a toy, having a toy controlled, or sharing bi-directional control between two toys, with someone you don’t know.

Lovense also says it will be launching a live-dating feature to match users with other members around the world, based on whether they want a quick session, a play partner or a romantic partner with which to enjoy their Lovense toys

The forums aren’t just for people to play with each other, as Lovense Life also serves as a portal for performers though the ‘Cam Models Lounge’ section.

As Lovense is probably most famously known for its Lush egg vibrator in the cam world, this area offers a space for cam performers – whether expert or novice – to learn or share how to use its products to maximize revenue.

The ‘Developers Corner’ is a discussion board for anyone tech-inclined to get insights from the company’s engineers, or to share ideas for sex tech projects.

Alongside connecting with like-minded individuals, the forum hosts discussion boards for sharing experiences, whether that’s about sex, long-distance relationships, interactive toys, or other forms of online gaming.

Though the company prides itself on being consumer driven, the forum launch comes at a time where it is dealing with an ongoing lawsuit that hit headlines earlier this year, for allegedly storing and transmitting intimate customer data without a user’s consent.

What we’re perhaps more confused by is why it has taken any company this long to put this platform together, given how obvious the need is for many people with these devices.

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Oli Lipski
Oli is a freelance sex tech researcher based in London. With an MA in Sexual Dissidence, researching sex tech, and a BA in History, researching gender and sexuality, she has a keen understanding of the past, present and future of sex.

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