ImLive Offers SpaceX Astronauts a Chance to Webcam From Space
ImLive is offering astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley, of Saturday’s SpaceX Crew Dragon flight to the International Space Station, the opportunity to become the first people host an adult webcam session from space.
The Crew Dragon is set to launch on Saturday at 3:22 p.m. EDT from Cape Canaveral, Florida.
In a letter, ImLive vice president Adrian Stoneman wrote the two astronauts: “While you’ll be receiving lots of attention down on Earth, I imagine things will get a bit lonely once you penetrate the atmosphere. Elton John said it best in ‘Rocket Man,’ ‘it’s lonely out in space.’”
He continued: “That’s why I’d like to formally extend you an offer to make one small step for man and one giant leap for mankind by becoming the first people to conduct an adult webcam session from space. Our webcam sessions can help facilitate human interaction and provide you with some … pleasure … while you’re in orbit.”
The offer includes VIP passes to ImLive.com that would allow the two space-going adventurers a chance to privately webcam with a variety of models as often as they like.
With more than 80,000 hosts and about 62 million members from all around the world, ImLive pledges to give the astronauts a ready-made audience for their adventures.
The flight is the first time American astronauts will take off from ad American-made rocket into space since 2011 when the Space Shuttle Atlantis was launched for the last time.
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