The best way to measure your body is ‘Naked’
This 3-D scanner will show you your naked truth
Naked Labs launched the World’s first 3D body scanner for consumers allowing you to measure your whole body from the comfort of your home.
Naked is a full-length 3D scanning smart mirror with a connected rotating scale and companion app that allows users to track body changes over time.
Once you step into the scale and follow the instructions in your app, the scale will start turning and the scanning process begins. The process takes approximately 15 seconds.
In the end, you will have a faithful reproduction of your body and a ‘holistic suite of metrics’ including body fat percent, lean mass and fat mass, circumferences, side-by-side comparisons and graphs of historical data.
The company promises to keep working on their proprietary algorithm to give users the most accurate results possible.
“Today, people are searching for evidence-based methods to track health and fitness that aren’t solely focused on weight” says Farhad Farahbakshian, co-Founder and CEO of Naked Labs, who hopes to open the door for a whole set of developments that will allow a whole range of other products and services ‘designed for your body’.
The company also ensures users that all their data will be securely stored and won’t be shared with anyone unless the user decided to do so. You can also opt to share your data with Naked Labs for research purposes but the company assures that all data will be decoupled from personally identifiable information.
The Naked 3D Fitness tracker is currently only available in the U.S. for $1,395 with the next shipment being in Winter.
Naked Labs is currently not accepting international order.
You can reserve yours at Naked Labs website for $250.
Impulse London is bringing sexy to safer sex
Celebrate the #InternationalCondomDay
13th February is International Condom Day and Impulse London is celebrating it with the ‘Slip it On Me’ campaign. The charity is looking to remind us that condoms are still an important tool to keep us safe from STIs.
Conveniently the day before Valentine’s Day, the International Condom Day (ICD) was created by the AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF). The foundation’s website describes it as an “innovative and lighthearted way to remind people that wearing a condom can prevent pregnancy and STDs, including HIV”.
To celebrate the date, the guys at Impulse London stripped off their clothes and created this eye-catching campaign. The highlight of the campaign is the importance of being in control of your sexual life. Sex is something you should enjoy and not fear.
“Being safe is sexy, consent is sexy, your body is sexy!”Taofique Folarin – Director of Events at Impulse London
Use it or don’t – it is YOUR choice
Nowadays most STIs are easily treatable or manageable and no longer life-threatening, but the symptoms sometimes can be a pain in the ass (literally).
Testing regularly and using condoms are just two of the many possible ways to keep you and your partners safe.
If having bareback sex is something that causes you anxiety then ‘slip one on’. The last thing you want to be while having sex is tense – especially if you’re bottoming.
Taofique Folarin, Director of Events at Impulse London and one of the models in this campaign, understands that conversations like these “can be tricky to have, but are very important and can be very rewarding” but reminds us that “it is important you do not go against your own truth whilst being open to a conversation”.
“Your sexual health is YOUR priority and YOUR responsibility and it is YOUR decision.”Taofique Folarin – Director of Events at Impulse London
“A piece of rubber may not seem sexy. But the safety it provides (if used correctly) can help prevent not only your body, but your self-esteem and your sex life, from embarking on an unnecessarily painful journey.”Kayden Gray – Director of Advocacy at Impulse London
Do you know how to use condoms?
When asked which advice he would give to a young gay guy just starting out, Kayden Gray, Director of Advocacy at Impulse London, replied that “being confused about sex stuff is super normal, especially since sex ed is not always taught or applicable or diverse enough for people who aren’t straight. As far as putting on a condom goes, the instructions come with every condom pack. What’s even more exciting, you can find a lot of tutorials online which will give you a very clear idea how to do it.”
If you have any doubts on how to use condoms properly or simply want to see a couple of hot guys putting a condom on their dicks take a look at the educational video below created by the New Zealand non-profit organisation Ending HIV:
For more information on how to have a better and safer sex life visit your nearest sexual health clinic.
If you live in London, you can order a free STI test at Sexual Health London. You can do it from the comfort of your home and it’s easy, discrete and free.
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