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2021-09-22 3:14:10 PM  
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2021-09-22 4:36:43 PM  
"Oh god, baby I want you so bad. Yeah? You like that? I'm gonna make you come so hard. Wait wait. Let me go contact my men's health talk therapist. Don't go anywhere! I'll be right back. Stay!"
 
2021-09-22 4:40:28 PM  
Sounds premature.  They'll pull out once the market is in a rut.
 
2021-09-22 4:52:23 PM  
I understand that this is a growing problem, but they should be wary of sudden droops, I mean drops in the market.
 
2021-09-22 4:59:42 PM  
FTA:U.K.-based startup Mojo has been taking a different tack. It's built a subscription service to support men's sexual well-being by providing on-tap access to dedicated therapies - partnering with professional "psychosexual therapists" to provide online courses that are billed as offering a longer-term solution to male sexual health problems versus just popping some blue pills.

That's a lot of words for "subscription-based porn site".
 
2021-09-22 7:49:24 PM  

Hawk the Hawk: Sounds premature.  They'll pull out once the market is in a rut.


With their coffers so engorged they may forget to pull out on time and lose it all instead.
 
2021-09-22 8:02:59 PM  

Tom Marvolo Bombadil: Hawk the Hawk: Sounds premature.  They'll pull out once the market is in a rut.

With their coffers so engorged they may forget to pull out on time and lose it all instead.


They're young and full of spunk.  I'm sure they'll stick with it, even in the face of stiff competition.
 
2021-09-23 1:20:36 AM  

akya: FTA:U.K.-based startup Mojo has been taking a different tack. It's built a subscription service to support men's sexual well-being by providing on-tap access to dedicated therapies - partnering with professional "psychosexual therapists" to provide online courses that are billed as offering a longer-term solution to male sexual health problems versus just popping some blue pills.

That's a lot of words for "subscription-based porn site".


You say that like it's a bad thing?
 
2021-09-23 3:30:54 AM  
Are balding, drooping, tired men over 50 really going to take advice from two Gen Zs who look like testosterone on legs?

Looks like Women's Magazine Marketing has finally come for men.
 
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