Whether it’s a movie on Amazon Prime or a gamer on Twitch, you can watch someone do pretty much anything online these days. And if you’ve ever wanted to pop in on people getting hitched, then the new wedding live stream service from dating and hookup site AdultFriendFinder is for you.
While services like Twitch ban creators for NSFW streaming, adult-oriented providers have been keeping abreast of how COVID-19 and self-isolation are affecting potential consumers. In a quarantined world, it’s all about finding ways to stay connected to the outside world.
According to Newsweek, AdultFriendFinder is offering free wedding live streams so that happy couples don’t have to put their celebrations on hold just because of coronavirus.
The wedding live streams on AdultFriendFinder come in 4K and 1080 p and offer couples the ability to invite anyone that they wish to experience their special day with them. Those wishing to use this new service can choose a private channel just for friends and loved ones—or a public channel that will let any viewers on the site watch them tie the knot.
The service is entirely free for people to use, which could come in handy for those finding themselves out of pocket after putting down deposits for venues before the coronavirus struck.
AdultFriendFinder, which is also a cam site, isn’t the only adult service trying to aid pandemic relief. MedFetUK, a medical fetish site, donated all of its scrubs to a hospital in regional England. Xbiz also reports that the Little Darlings strip club in Las Vegas provided over 30,000 cases of drinking water to families in the area.
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