Thank you to all those who have supported my journey with creating Frolicme, I am delighted to announce that I am now officially part of the highly recognized Women of Sex Tech community, and you can read my bio here.
The New York Times has referred to this forward-thinking group of female entrepreneurs as “a tech-savvy and female-led women’s sexuality movement that has made its home in New York instead of, say, Silicon Valley.”
I have joined a global community across the world of arts and entertainment, education, business and technology representing female artists, entrepreneurs, creators, educators, journalists, engineers and innovators. Collectively we generate millions in revenue and have secured funding from some of the top-tier venture capital funds in the world.
I am delighted to be featured within this body of women who have been bold enough to challenge many aspects where sex and technology have merged to bring better awareness, understanding and pleasure across so many sectors. One of the members and founder of MakeLoveNotPorn, Cindy Gallop, has been fundamental in popularising the term sex tech as technology “designed to enhance, innovate and disrupt in every area of sexuality and human sexual experience”.
The mission of this dynamic forward thinking community is to change the way the world views human sexuality and create a community that fosters femme identifying entrepreneurship.