NEW YORK, Feb. 3, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Sexlog, the wildly popular social network founded in Brazil, launches today in the United States. With a focus on quality design, intuitive user-interface, and polished features, Sexlog aims to be the best network on the web for the sex-positive community.
"Since launching in Brazil in 2004, we've seen unbelievable growth in our user base, showing that people have a real desire for this kind of network," says Victor Salciotti, the US Director of Sexlog.com. "We have a great opportunity to bring a safe and secure online space to the US to let users express themselves fully and freely. Ultimately, we want to grow a thriving, safe, sex-positive and gender inclusive community worldwide, and this launch is a big step toward that goal."
Sexlog.com is a social network designed for building a supportive and friendly environment, enabling users to be proud of expressing their sexual identities. Users can easily connect with other sex-positive people who are committed to being honest about their bodies, desires, and situations.
Whether users are single people looking for a partner to share fantasies with, couples who are looking to spice up their romantic life, or anyone interested in just browsing through user-generated photos and videos, Sexlog is a safe space for any and all sex-positive (or curious) people.
"Over the past several months, we've taken special care to talk to sexologists, educators, local bloggers and influencers to make sure Sexlog is heading in the right direction for the US. We're not another hookup site; we aim to be so much more. That concept resonated, especially (and incredibly importantly) with the women we talked to."
Sexlog is one of the world's largest online sex networks. For a low monthly price, users can access thousands of photos and videos and connect with users in their area. A safe space for the sex-positive community and gender inclusive, Sexlog is a welcoming network for the curious and experienced alike. Launched in Brazil, Sexlog is now also based in New York City and Italy.