Not again: Men try to create blockchain-based app for sexual consent

Back in 2014, a consensual sex app came out hoping to encourage better and clearer communication between potential partners. That app is long gone — shocker. 
In its place comes a similar concept from a Dutch digital contract company. The all-men co-founders present LegalFlings , a yet-to-be released app that uses blockchain technology to decentralize your private information about whether you'd like to have sex with someone or not. 
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It's not clear if the LegalFlings creators looked at the many think-pieces detailing the problems with high-tech sexual consent, but the app claims to "redefine" safe sex. Already it's stirring up the same issues as its predecessors.  Read more... More about Sex And Relationships , Apps And Software , Consent , Sexual Consent , and Tech

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