I wandered through an erotic art gallery, watched a porn video and ran through the public sex hall before I realized where I was.
"We have caves to explore, and one of the caves has a clamshell bed where people can have sex if they want.
And there's a pirate ship." Also, female VIPs will be able to slip into mermaid avatars here.
I asked Ray what made him think that this environment had any particularly feminine appeal.
He admits that the in-world focus on porn grew out of his co-founder Brian Schuster's decade as an adult webmaster.
His archives were the easiest content to launch with, so that's where they started.
Now, he says, they're adding more features designed to offer women more varied environments in which to act out their fantasies, based on user requests.
I suspect this is a universal enthusiasm among creative people, but it seems particularly strong among sex-tech pioneers.
So when I talked with Ray Schwartz, co-founder of Red Light Center, NSFW I did my best to keep us focused on what .
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*\—One thing you notice in my line of work is that everyone likes to talk about future enhancements rather than current functionality, even if it took years to get a product to its current state.
Initial reviews were mixed, with the men more patient with the product's flaws than the women were.