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Pornhub, the biggest brand in the sphere of free, YouTube-style sexy-time video sites, has opened its own Sexual Wellness Center online. You can get to the safe-for-work page at the potentially misleading URL pornhub.com/sex. The free resource is led by director Dr. Laurie Betito, who, in the intro video below, says she’s “teamed up with Pornhub to create a place where information pertaining to the physical, psychological, and even the most intimate aspects of sex, is available to all.”

Pornhub’s Sexual Wellness Center will be populated by experts and professionals. Among the current contributors are Sophia Banks, a transgender community leader, and a number of doctors, including Dr. Stacy Friedman, a sex coach, and Dr. Bryant Paul, a professor at Indiana University Media School. The site is already populated with articles about bodies, reproductive health and STDs. The first pieces under the Relationships and Real Talk verticals include “What Happens at Play Parties? Notes from a Study,” “What Is Consent?” and “Top Erotic Positions for Lesbians.”

The site’s vice president, Corey Price, told Bustle in an interview:

"Pornhub receives nearly 70 million visits from around the world each and every day. We thought it would be great if we could offer our fans the best of both worlds so to speak —adult entertainment and a valuable resource they could [sic] glean helpful information regarding their sexual health. It’s especially important that people have a go-to resource for advice and information that they can relate to and trust."

In a press release, Betito says she was motivated, after more than 30 years of practice, “to connect with, educate and inform people all over the world on a massive scale.” Her Sexual Wellness Center will follow the belief that “no matter our background or desires, sexual education—mental, physical, emotional and spiritual—plays a vital role in our society.”

Pornhub previously launched a self-described "research and analysis" sub-site called Insights, comprised of "data from billions of hits, all to explore the intricacies of online porn viewership." Slate referred to Insights as a venture that "milks its own traffic data for publicity."

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