Today we live in a world where the adult industry, and sex-workers within it, are a segregated part of society.

Often we're refused services or prevented from using the same platforms as everyone else. This leads to a multi-billion dollar industry being driven underground.

Largely, the companies in the industry have become incumbents and have no interests other than profiteering. Many also operate in the shadows with little transparency or openness, barely trustworthy.

At Unobvious Technology, we're developing new products and services to empower sex-workers and drive the adult industry forwards. We're dedicated to doing business in an open and transparent fashion, instead of hiding in the shadows.

Recently we announced our first product, PrivatePatrons, a new social platform for sex-workers.

You can email Emelia Smith, our founder, with any questions or enquiries.
Follow us on twitter at @UnobviousTech.

Unobvious Technology is brought to you by Emelia Smith, who has a track record building and launching great products and services as a highly experienced software engineer.