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How does real sex look? These sites show the awkward truth

Does uncovering the vulnerable, clumsy sides of sex make you better at it? These “social sex” companies think so. In the sunny living room of a Mediterranean-style house in Oakland, California, Rosalind sips coffee through a straw. The 24-year-old research assistant wears a thin green utility jacket and has large brown eyes and dark wavy hair with pin-up-girl bangs. Sitting on a couch as SLR cameras record her, she gets ready to tell nine people, none of whom she’s met in real life before, about the first time she masturbated. “I can’t believe I told you guys about the shower [...]Read more