‘It’s Not a Dirty Word’: The Gen Z Sex Toy Brand Taking on Big Tech

Lelo asks TikTok to stop censoring its content as though it’s ‘porn’

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Sex might sell, but the truth is for sexual wellness brands, it doesn’t. That’s the issue facing a growing number of pleasure producers, which are accusing platforms like TikTok, Google and Facebook of censorship.

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