A project will pay you £200 to have sex on camera, and let people watch

It’s not porn OK?


A sexual health organisation want to pay you £200 to have sex on camera, and let other people watch through a private link. The Pleasure Project want to encourage people to use condoms, and they’re looking for couples to help them out.

They want three couples, aged 18-25, heterosexual and male homosexual (basically, couples that would use condoms), to be filmed having sex in “stylish, yet naturalistic” scenarios, such as a student house bedroom or a car, while using a condom. Nothing like porn then.

Participants will be paid £200 per person and the filming will take place in London in November and will only take around three hours. The videos will only be viewable via a private link. Definitely nothing like porn.

A small test group will be used initially and no one else will be able to access the footage.

Image: Modern Loving

Image: Modern Loving

Spokesperson for the campaign, Suzanne Noble told The Tab: “The project we are working on is a pilot for a UK university to trial the most effective methods to ensure young people use condoms.

“The research we have done to date indicates that young people would prefer to view stylish, yet naturalistic scenarios in which couples are seen having sex while using condoms. So, for instance, we may film a couple having sex in a bedroom that looks like a student house or in a car!”

The project aims to “putting the sexy back into safe sex and Modern Loving”, who have produced a couple of safe sex adult videos. It is a part of the ‘Change 2 Change’ project at Coventry University who are encouraging young people to utilise the free STI screening available to them in the UK as well as the use of condoms.

Coventry University is taking part in the project

Coventry University is taking part in the project

The Pleasure Project team are currently meeting couples who have expressed interest. Anyone who is interested in participating should email Suzanne at suzannenoblemail@gmail.com. Couples should send information about the nature of their relationship, whether they usually use condoms, a picture and dates and times in November they will not be available.