Veggly released a list of sex position names, chosen by vegan users & vegan sexpert
This list of sex position names focuses on animals that deserve equal rights to dogs and cats
Vegan sexpert and ‘Orgasm Activist’ Venus O’Hara has partnered with Veggly to help select and name several new sex positions, all maximised for ‘plant-based pleasure’
Veggly Founder (Alex Felipelli): “Pigs are smarter than dogs, but don’t have equal rights. They deserve love too! So perhaps we should name our favourite sex positions after them to highlight this!”
Last February, London/São Paulo – Veggly, the dating app for vegans and vegetarians, is today releasing a new list of ‘vegan-approved’ sex position names.fvb
The ‘I love riding ewe!’
Full illustrations of the positions are available here: just for fun!
The move from Veggly is part of a new campaign to give equal rights to all animals, particularly cows, pigs, chickens and sheep, that don’t enjoy the same protection that is given to dogs and cats.
After polling several thousand of Veggly’s 500,000 users across the world, the final top 10 was selected and vetted by world-renowned vegan sexpert Venus O’Hara.
Commenting on the new names, Founder of Veggly, Alex Felipelli, said: “Doggy style is one of the world’s most popular and easy sex positions. This is fine, but why not give pigs, cows, sheep and chickens some credit? They don’t get treated the same as dogs, or cats. All animals deserve to be protected and celebrated, so how about we name some sex positions after them instead?
“We are honored to partner with Venus O’Hara, a leading vegan sexpert and ‘Orgasm Activist’ on this project. She has been very helpful to us as a consultant on these new names and positions, and tips on how to ensure plant-based pleasure for all daters and new relationships.”
Also commenting on the new list of names, Venus O’Hara said: “Vegan sex is all about variety. You will notice that there is no equivalent of the missionary position on our list. Although missionary is probably the most popular position, it is also considered the most mundane one. Doggy style is also very popular but we think this is unfair on pigs. In fact, dogs have an unfair advantage over pigs in many aspects of non-vegan life. Even in the fetish world, there are kinksters who practice ‘puppy play’ which involves role-playing as a dog on all fours and barking, often while wearing a dog collar. We believe that ‘piggy play’ could be the next big thing among kinky couples. But with vegan leather accessories, of course. Whichever position you choose, don’t forget those vegan condoms, and have fun!”
Veggly, which now has over 500,000 users, is available throughout the world (users in 181 countries), Veggly is set to continue its rapid growth thanks to its growing army of vegan volunteers around the world who have worked together to translate the app from English into Spanish, German, Portuguese, French, Italian, Danish and Polish, with many more languages on the way.
Veggly was created to help vegans, vegetarians, and aspiring vegans/vegetarians to find, match and chat to other like-minded people nearby. At present, Veggly is now in competition with another vegan-inspired dating app: Grazer.
Further details: https://www.veggly.net
About Venus O’Hara
Venus O’Hara is a sexpert and passionate vegan. She is a British expat based in Barcelona, Spain.
She has been sharing content about sexuality and lifestyle since 2009. Her work has been featured in many international media outlets including El Pais, GQ, Playboy, The Guardian, The Mirror and more. She describes herself as an orgasm activist and more recently she created The Orgasmic Lifestyle Podcast – a lifestyle that encourages listeners to reach the climax in all areas of life.
Veganism is very much a part of that lifestyle. Her vegan message is not just based on promoting delicious plant-based dishes. It includes sharing her expertise on living a conscious sex life with cruelty-free erotic accessories and cosmetics as well as finding a loving partner with similar values.
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