Welcome to PleazeMe, we’re so excited to have you join the Digital Sexual Revolution! Heather Montgomery, the founder and CEO of PleazeMe, sat down to answer a few burning questions about our incredible sex-positive community — check out the interview below!
Our mission is to provide an all-encompassing digital destination and private community for sexual exploration. We provide people with the tools and support necessary to optimize their personal sexual exploration, with the best possible user experience. We offer cutting-edge technology platform to support the thought leadership in sex in aggregate from all over the world, who assist us as we lead the digital sexual revolution. We believe in love, humanity, sexuality, and the power of speech. No part is greater than the whole. When passionate people come together to change the world for the better, amazing things can happen, creating unlimited opportunities for us all.
OUR CORE VALUES
A Commitment To:
- An enjoyable and sex-positive social media platform
- Inclusive community environment
- Member controlled privacy levels
Why did you start PleazeMe:
I created PleazeMe for myself. There is very little out there for a woman who is interested in exploring her sexual boundaries and desires, let alone anonymously in a like-minded community. After my first and second committed relationships fell apart, I wanted to know how to break the failed cycle and create the relationship and sexual fulfillment of my dreams.
I felt alone in my journey not finding adequate resources, yet deep down I knew there were millions, if not billions of others feeling similarly dissatisfied. I wanted something that would save time, money, and angst in my pursuit of “satisfaction/happiness/personal power” and I needed help. I needed a place to talk about it privately, encouraging others to do the same, while having fun doing it. After all, I desired someone to listen to me. I simply wanted someone to talk back to me, because I had things to learn. I didn’t want advice from just one person…I wanted resources and multiple perspectives. I wanted the knowledge. I wanted the empowerment. Peeling it all back, I wanted to consistently have great sex (power) with a great match. Isn’t that what we all want?
“Everything in life is about sex, except sex, sex is about power.” ~ Oscar Wilde
The only media platforms that existed at the time for women, were fashion, wellness, dating/relationship-themed, or sites in specific sexual categories that I didn’t identify with. Clearly absent was anything social for men and women interested in all aspects of sex and sexual exploration.
For decades the media options for men were mostly run by men, while we were fighting for human rights, sexual freedom, feminism, gender changes, and ultimately a higher standard of morality. Playboy faced much opposition and confusion as to how to address it all. They accomplished amazing things…great things that changed the world and the status quo around them. I also realized that those changes came with extended baggage.
Today’s Solutions are Smarter & We Can See The Effects and Solutions Quicker!
When we officially started PleazeMe it was to create a safe haven to achieve more happiness, knowledge, control, and satisfaction through a digital sexual revolution. It started with the Wo(Man) in the mirror. PleazeMe will give people the mirror to look into and the tools to improve one’s “reflection” anonymously. The advice I have heard shared in the entrepreneurial world is this,” If you want to make a billion dollars solve a billion-person problem. If you want to make an impact it starts with helping one” The best one to start with is yourself. With today’s technology, we get to do both.
What is PleazeMe?
PleazeMe is an adult empowerment portal for individuals and brands. It’s a revolutionary way of informing and entertaining ourselves sexually as shared knowledge and technology continue to advance. We aim to empower our culture in a positive way by bringing it together to serve the anonymous collective. It is a portal to what is possible in private human relations.
What is PleazeMe’s Intent?
To challenge the status quo as it relates to the way we treat sex in our lives and cultures, especially for women. By sex, I do mean two consenting adults that aren’t abusing their positions of power in career, politics, education, or mentorship. No illegal activities. Simply allowing adults to explore all aspects of sexual experience and their own needs begging for fulfillment.
Why “Especially” For Women?
With all of the advances in media, no one has addressed this topic with a socially interactive outlet for ALL men AND women. Even Playboy, the leader in sexual culture for over 60+ years, never addressed an offering for women. It was simply not their brand nor was it their targeted market. Let’s state the obvious. Women are on the other side of the sexual equation. Without their buy in, it will always be a one-sided battle.
Although there are opportunities and numerous financial reasons, it’s clear that women and men in today’s world are desperate for it… mainly because what we are currently doing is not working and that fact is blatantly obvious to us all. Divorce and sexless marriage rates are through the roof. Depression and suicide rates are higher than it has ever been, evident by the 65% jump in antidepressants in the last 15 years. Experts indicate that much of the time Depression is a disease of loneliness. Overeating and yo-yo dieting are a $65 billion dollar a year symptom. Many others who suffer go unreported and untreated. They struggle to cope “naturally” with the effects of depression or self-medicate with alcohol and street drugs. Many then suffer health and professional consequences reducing their quality of life either way and adding one more thing to overcome daily.
Healthy relationships, healthy sexual relationships, with ourselves, with others, increase our quality of life. I think most men and women are ready and are searching for greater quality in their lives right now. They spend a fortune to look good in an attempt to attract it, they spend half of their net worth to get out of it if it’s bad in hope of attracting a better quality of life elsewhere, and they medicate when they are too paralyzed to pursue it. The writing is on the wall. Something has to be done. We need to bring the resources together and start having fun and meaningful discussions about breaking the negative cycles and obtaining our heart’s desires. We need more happiness. We need more compassion. We need more love. I can’t think of a single action that has the power to elicit all three at one time in such quantity and intensity as sex. It is the power center of human existence and life itself.
Is PleazeMe “Just For Women”?
No, PleazeMe isn’t just for women or just for men, it’s for all people. It addresses the mating game holistically so people can come together and experience mutual evolution. One party evolving while the other remains oppressed or repressed doesn’t equal a healthy balance, regardless of whether it is a same sex or an opposite sex relationship. Just like sex, we need to do this together. Sex is healthy and natural for all and we don’t have to be ashamed of it, or hypocritically judge it. We may permit ourselves to welcome, embrace, and enjoy that powerful part of our being and we have every right to applaud those around us who do.
PleazeMe will work with noble causes and donate to charities that fight crimes against humanity and human trafficking. We will support the physically and emotionally abused victims who are in dire need of assistance. Together with our users, we can harness the power of sex for GOOD! Tapping into our innate desire to give and receive we can heal ourselves and be a beacon of hope for others.
Pleasure Industry Coalition
We are calling all healers, trainers, educators, product producers, artists, models, and entertainers to ban together and to build our industry and lobby for equal and constitutional rights. Together we will build an industry coalition and garner the community support from the people who enjoy the pleasure industry for the healing resources it provides. PleazeMe is not about a person or a company, it is a collective of souls looking to connect, share, and love.
Are you afraid of social and governmental backlash?
Although we are all afraid of stepping out and taking risks, I am keenly aware that this journey has many risks, yet have chosen to face them with courage and conviction. I believe that to know what is inherently right, and not do anything about it, is cowardice and lacks courage and principle. I let fear falsely hold me from this mission for 5 years. I learned how to act in spite of fear…to keep my fears to myself and share my courage with others. For courage is contagious. When a brave Wo(man) takes a stand, the spines of others are often stiffened. I am following in the shadows of the brave leaders of the sex-positive community and counting on those who identify with the problems we are working to solve as a collective to stand with us in this mission. If I hand you a small stick and ask you to break in in half, you will easily complete the task. If I hand you two or more sticks of the same size and ask you to break them when they are together you will not be able to. For it is in numbers that we find strength and it is in each other that we find salvation. I have faith in the power of the mission and the passion of its supporters.
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Have you checked out PleazeMe.com? It is a social media platform where adults can be adults. We created the 7 Worlds of PleazeMe so that every person would have a place to privately explore their sexuality with like-minded people.
We believe in love, sexuality, and the power of inclusion. People of all shapes and sizes, colors and ethnicities, genders and sexualities are valuable and deserve to feel included. Everyone should have a safe place they can go to connect, discover and express themselves without fear of being judged, censored or discriminated against.
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