'Personalized Porn': Is Sex Becoming More Social?

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“Part of the challenge these days, living in this high-tech, digital world, is that what is ours often and very quickly becomes something that is not ours,” Levkoff said. “So before you do anything that can be public, I just ask that couples consider how they are going to manage the outcomes if the outcomes are much different than their expectations.”

Faulk and Vogel said their clients are comfortable with the risks. While their subjects are making love, the photographers are making art. The Museum of Sex is about to include one of Faulk and Vogel’s portraits in its permanent collection. The photo hangs alongside a Picasso piece.

“It feels like that people like it, and we’re going to have a larger audience see it,” Faulk said. “And it makes me feel more respectable, too. I can’t wait to see what it looks like hanging up on a wall.”

“We are trying to do something positive and bring a positive message out," Vogel said. "It will make it open for everybody, and I think people find that interesting."

“Plus, it’s just social," Faulk added. "The social conversation regarding sexuality is a lot more open now.”

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