Professional on the streets, Kinky in the sheets: Crave Shares Their Folsom Photobooth in time for Valentine's Day

Professional on the streets, Kinky in the sheets: Crave Shares Their Folsom Photobooth in time for Valentine's Day

In the name of love, let's all let our kinky sides out.

 Crave's co-founder, Ti Chang. Photographed by Jenifer Keffer.

Crave's co-founder, Ti Chang. Photographed by Jenifer Keffer.

Crave, the must-know must-have sex toy company, has produced for this Valentine's season a gorgeous photo set of SF citizens living their double truths. Crave informed us, "In recent months, headlines about abuse of power and sexual violence have dominated the conversation in ways that we hope will ultimately be useful, but are also quite dark. With the Crave Portrait Project, we hope to counter that by shining a light on the joy people find in sharing themselves as sexual beings."

We interviewed Crave's co-founder and lead of design, Ti Chang, last year about her revolutionary 'Vesper' that took women in SF and beyond by storm. She told us, "I co-founded Crave to elevate the conversation around sex toys for women, to make it clear that pleasure and desire should not be a source of shame and stigma.” The photos express a beautiful duality between real life and fantasy, leaving us, the viewer, in awe. You've got to check out the slideshow below and let us know your favorite out of the set. Funny enough, Crave's launch date is actually Valentine's Day (Feb. 14th) so why not head over to their Instagram and congratulate them on another successful year.

// Photography by Crave co-founder and photographer Michael Topolovac.



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