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If you are looking to spice up your sex life – and record the action – Snapchat’s new product Spectacles might be right for you!
The social media company released a new pair of glasses that allows the user to record anything from their point of view. Naturally, some people have realized this could be used to document their intimate moments.
Plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon notes, “For aficionados who like to tape what they do in the boudoir it does offer some advantages. If you have a camera or a regular video camera, you have to set it somewhere that may not be [ideal]…I’d definitely give these a shot.”
On the flip side, ER physician Dr. Travis Stork questions having to look at someone sporting the device while in the moment. “It would be really hard to take someone seriously wearing those glasses,” he says. Dr. Stork believes that one’s bedroom should be for 2 things - sex and sleep - and questions the idea of bringing technology into that space.
Spectacles cost $130 and records to your phone and then the footage can be uploaded to Snapchat if the user wants.
The Doctors share a friendly and important reminder regarding sexting and recording anything sexual. More than half of sexts sent are shared with someone other than the recipient , so keep that in mind when it comes to what you send. Additionally, 10 percent of people who sext send the photo or video to the wrong person.
Will you be using Snapchat’s Spectacles in your bedroom?