AdultFriendFinder Will Stream Your Wedding for Free Amid Coronavirus Pandemic


You can take your wedding plans out of quarantine.

With large social gatherings being banned across the country due to the COVID-19 outbreak, many engaged couples have had to postpone tying the knot for the time being.

But now, an adult hookup site is offering a family-friendly solution to wannabe brides and grooms by live streaming their walk down the aisle for free. The service will let loved ones view the big day while allowing them to continue social distancing during the coronavirus pandemic.

The adult entertainment and dating site AdultFriendFinder is broadening their services so committed couples can broadcast their ceremony from their home in 4K and 1080p at no charge.

"There's been a big increase in video chat and video streaming, and that's something that we've always offered on the site. So we have the technology to do it, and we thought that we should offer [to stream weddings] at no charge to people who want to use our site for that purpose at this time,” the company’s CEO Jon Buckheit told Newsweek.

Interested couples have the option to keep their nuptials private and only allow friends and family to view the ceremony using a password protected channel. But for those feeling a bit bolder can have their “I dos” streamed in a public channel for the world to see.

In addition, the site has created a separate landing page for the weddings so the virtual guests don’t have to be exposed to any of their adult content.

While initially launched as a camming platform for adult performers and later as a site for casual dating, the website claims to have led to many happy committed marriages.

“AdultFriendFinder has been connecting sexy singles for over two decades,” the company said on its website. “Hundreds of our members have found their special someone and tied the knot after meeting on our site.”

So while your dream or destination wedding may be on hold, live streaming your vows could be a way to ensure living happily ever after isn't delayed any further.

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