Killing Kittens has launched an app to mark its 15th anniversary.
The sex party company is helping adults to get jiggy virtually during lockdown.
CEO Emma Sayle has held “Zorgys” (Zoom sex parties) to help people get their rocks off while socially distancing.
She’s also been running online workshops that help people explore their pleasure.
And now, Emma begins the rollout of the sextech that her company has been developing over the past few years.
She said: "At last we have created a global community for the sexually liberated! We have Facebook for friends, LinkedIn for business, KK is the world's first social network for sex."
The app has been created by Killing Kittens and a female-heavy team of developers.
They’ve described the application as “an orgy in your pocket” as it allows groups of people to get intimate online at the same time.
The platform is a great space for men and women, couples and singles to explore their sexuality.
Each members is moderated and verified to ensure users safety – and women are always the ones who have to make the first move.
The network is encrypted to prevent screen recording and video grabs and to keep user’s information private.
The app is gender balanced and every user must show respect to others – and since it launched, it's been a huge success.
Emma Sayle said: "When I started Killing Kittens no-one thought I could take sex into the mainstream.
“I proved them wrong on that count. I have always wanted to normalise the conversation around sex, enabling women's sexual wants to be as important as men's.
“Now as we launch our global network and app, my goal for Killing Kittens is to be THE safe online space for men and women, anywhere in the world, looking to explore and learn about their sexuality.
"No-one could have envisaged the army of fans that KK would attract from all over the world.
“Our members are normal people living normal lives who want something exciting that can ignite their sexuality but in an entirely safe, non judgemental and non-sleazy way. We are like the Joy of Sex for the 21st century.”