Censorship free payment system for the rest of us aka sexual well-being launched by TickleLife
[November 29, 2022, San Francisco, California ]: TickleLife, the first pleasure tech stack for
the $1 trillion global sexual well-being industry, announced the first censor-proof Payment
Gateway for the industry.
What makes TickleCharge unique is that it has become the only payment gateway in the market
created for the industry, which has been de-platformed, censored and multiple times rejected for
payment integration to their platforms. TickleCharge will cater to anyone from the sexual wellbeing and SexTech industry, whether they are a sex educator, doctor, sex therapist, coach, or a SexTech entrepreneur.
On the launch announcement, Shakun Sethi, founder of TickleLife said, “being from the sexual
well-being industry for more than 2 years and a user purselves, TickleLife encountered multiple
roadblocks in the payments front while engaging with users from across the world, we realized
that a major component of the services provided would be incomplete unless payment stability
is created. Hence the birth of TickleCharge.” A special thanks is in order to the supporters of
TickleLife like ASN Lifestyle Magazine, Woodhull, NCSF and many more for the understanding and exact need
1. Can receive and hold in more than 20 currencies
2. Easily integrated with multiple platforms
3. Merchant account code according to the services provided, and not a blanket High-risk
4. Robust merchants’ verification process to ensure no de-platforming later
This Payment Gateway will help with the discoverability issue that the sexual well-being industry
faces. Every year approximately more than $1.15 Bn is lost due to payment censorship. With
TickleCharge, not only to streamline the industry but also help to eradicate the taboo attached
will be achieved.
TickleLife is a pleasure tech stack, designed to overcome the infrastructure limitations that other
industries take for granted. Its mission is to fight unnecessary censorship and vague rules that
stop millions of people from getting the sexual health and well-being services they deserve.
If you have questions, please contact [email protected]