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It was her experience dating younger men–and her realization that they were overly influenced by pornography–that led her to launch Make Love Not Porn (MLNP), a user-generated digital marketplace trying to “normalize” real sex.
Gallop’s reasoning is that our anti-sex culture prevents us from talking about sex and it’s becoming increasingly difficult for us to differentiate between “real sex” and, fake sex, or porn sex.
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All videos are hosted by 3rd party websites and we have no control over their contents.I spoke to the startup banks, I spoke to Silicon Valley bank, I spoke to Square One bank and they wouldn’t touch me.”Gallop eventually got a bank account with Chase, but “some senior guy” at the bank became uncomfortable with the nature of MLNP and told Gallop to take her business elsewhere.Colin Hodge, founder of Down, a hook-up app formerly known as Bang With Friends, also had a bad experience with Chase when he applied for a company credit card and received a letter notifying him that the banks don’t allow accounts “in that industry.”“We need someone who has the willpower who can step up and say, ‘Hey, this is a legitimate industry and we shouldn’t have to turn down legitimate businesses,'” says Hodge.“If people could find it easier to pay, more people would pay.”According to Gallop, these companies won’t work with her because they don’t get what she’s trying to do.And they charge extortionate rates of interest because her company is adult-industry specific. Sex-inspired startups are often booted from Apple’s App Store, like Hodge’s business was last year, and can’t use social media platforms like Facebook to advertise their services or products.
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