An adult camming website has backed a new anti-dating campaign that is encouraging singles to refrain from dating during the lockdown periods.
ImLive conducted a survey that found 55% of online dating users are still active on the platforms.
Furthermore, 42% have apparently met up with someone since the stay-at-home orders were put in place. 12.5% also admitted to being intimate with somebody that they don’t live with.
Video dating has become very popular in the online dating industry, with most of the leading brands releasing new features to encourage social distancing.
ImLive has enlisted the help of celebrities and models to promote its anti-dating initiative which tells single people to stay at home.
It’s giving away up to $50 million worth of site credits for users to purchase private camming sessions, if they promise to uphold abstinence until lockdown restrictions are lifted.
Adrian Stoneman, Vice President of ImLive, said to Forbes: “It’s been a long time in quarantine and we’re all feeling disconnected from normal life. We know it’s tempting to go out and meet people, especially when you’re feeling lonely.
“Now, more than ever, it’s time to stay home and not date. Through our collective efforts, we know physical distancing works to flatten the curve.”
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