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It's a place for regular people to share their erotic selfies, just like Instagram is a place for regular people to share their amateur food photography.
You can't download Uplust in the App Store or Google Play.
This isn't totally surprising, considering that women are heavier social media users than men in general, but Uplust chalks their success among women up to the fact that they're giving women back control over how their bodies are presented."Because it's not studio-produced porn, [the site] puts women in control of their bodies, and doesn't reinforce unrealistic body types," the rep told us.
The app also prompts users with weekly community "challenges," which could also earn you tokens if you win one.
In the ’90s, AOL was the king of online chat rooms.
Today, people have more options than ever and can find a site that’s specific to their interests and desires, including movies, TV, politics, sports, dating, and, since we’re talking about the Internet, sex.
Instagram won't let you flaunt so much as a nipple; posting an NSFW pic on Facebook (and Facebook often counts same-sex kissing as NSFW) will get you locked out of your account for untold days; Twitter, while pretty sex- and body-positive in its content restrictions, isn't a great medium for sharing photos and video; and Tumblr, endless porn utopia, doesn't quite have the ease or convenience of the other three.
Enter Uplust a new site for sharing NSFW photos and video, just like you would share on any other social media platform.