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The SFW film was done by Chandelier Creative, the only ad agency that has wanted to be involved in the user-generated adult video startup. On Wednesday night in the packed basement of the Ace Hotel in Manhattan, there was no room for modesty.
Wearing bejeweled shoes and a black jumpsuit, ad industry veteran Cindy Gallop introduced a new documentary about MakeLoveNotPorn. The documentary works to gain more funding for the startup. Gallop has already envisioned the day when MLNP will host conventions like YouTube does and partner with schools for makelovenotporn tv education content and publishers for erotica.
But, no matter the intensions behind the platform, it is difficult to crowdsource money because it deals with sex, and MLNP does not have a marketing budget. Ironically, Gallop—who has spent decades working in advertising herself—has an arduous time bringing in investors, or even finding support within her own industry.
I hate to say this because I love my industry, I've tried to prepare it for the future. It's not a brave industry in many sorts of ways and this is just one of those ways. We bloody love Chandelier for having been the only agency in the advertising industry to reach out as a corporate entity to support us. It just so happens to be the first documentary Chandelier Creative has ever produced.
We want to push ourselves, as an agency, to be storytellers and our unique spaces to program incredible content to help further their mission and to keep our people inspired. In "The Social Sex Revolution," viewers are introduced to Christina, a woman makelovenotporn tv works at a sex toy shop, and Eli, a woman who struggles with accepting her body.
Both women discuss why they have decided to create and share social sex videos for MLNP. Gallop specifically requested a female director. Pro-knowing the difference. Porn is fundamentally masturbation material," said Gallop.
Social sex is very reassuring because we celebrate real world everything—real world bodies, real world messiness and real world emotions. Gallop began MakeLoveNotPorn.
Today, the platform hasmembers who have ed more than 1, videos. These videos act as sneak peeks to films that vary in length.
If viewers like them, the idea is that they will purchase films for five dollars each. MLNP then gives half of the revenue to the film stars. Visitors can also choose to submit their own videos for five dollars and curators will deem whether they represent real world sex, cutting out films in which the stars act too much for the camera. Get the very latest news and insight from Campaign with unrestricted access to campaignlive.
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