There's sex at the Web Summit and it's not of the kind that we use to talk about in bars

Stephanie Alys is co-founder of Mistery Vibes

This Wednesday there is a stage in the web Summit for the great inventors of startups who connect our loving and sexual relationships to the WiFi

The technology industry is changing our daily lives. And not even sex escapes. In the first year of the conference in Portugal, the CEO of Tinder, Sean Rad, was already on the list of speakers. This Wednesday, he was back on the main stage, but the technological summit went even further, bringing to the nearly 70,000 visitors of the Web Summit the brand founders who decided to connect sexual pleasure with technology, to break all the taboos. This is the case of Stephanie Alys, the co-founder of Mystery Vibes, a startup that sells intelligent sex toys.

This Wednesday, which is the third day of the Web Summit, will have other figures from the sextech industry take the stage and talk about "technology in bed" and how this is changing the way we look at sex. They already have their speech prepared. Actually, they have it since early on, because for Stephanie this topic was never a taboo.

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