This charity wants you to have safe sex on camera
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Would you have sex on camera for £200? A sexual health charity wants to film three couples having protected sex in "natural settings" in order to raise awareness of the importance of sexual health. A spokeswoman for Pleasure Project said: "The project we are working on is a pilot for a UK university to trial the most effective methods to ensure young people use condoms. "The research we have done to date indicates that young people would prefer to view stylish, yet naturalistic scenarios in which couples are seen having sex while using condoms. "So, for instance, we may film a couple having sex in a bedroom that looks like a student house or in a car." The filming will take around three hours and the videos will only be viewable by a small test group through a private link. The campaign lists "student houses" and "cars" as natural places to have sex, and the Pleasure Project hopes that students will see real life couples having safe sex on camera to encourage more students to do it safely. They're looking for heterosexual couples or male homosexuals, as it's promoting condom use, and filming will last around three hours. For more infomation and to sign up to the Pleasure Project visit the site here.