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Make Love Not Porn?

MakeLoveNotPorn.tv will pay people to post videos of themselves having real sex.

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Her co-founder, Oonie Chase, put it a little differently: “She has a reality-distortion field around her, like Steve Jobs is said to have had. You enter that field, and absolutely anything is possible. It doesn’t matter if you have no business doing it, it doesn’t matter if you have like no experience doing it—absolutely anything is possible.”

As she escorted the  Observer to the door, Ms. Gallop confided that, whatever the fate of Make Love Not Porn, she is already plotting her next venture: an incubator/accelerator for “radically innovative sex-tech startups.” That’s right, she told us with a certain sparkle in her eye—she’d like to found the Y Combinator of porn. And, she promises, a tiny investment would generate returns “beyond Paul Graham’s wildest dreams.”

Now that’s a fantasy even a venture capitalist could get off on.

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