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|Wednesday, December 09, 2009|
Blackbox Republic, one of Portland's newest startups, is set to launch its new social networking site - and it's decidedly sexier than its competitors.
The site is designed to be an online meeting place for the "sex positive," or those who embrace sexual diversity. The challenge is imposing a fee on users, while its larger peers like Facebook and Myspace are free.
Read the full story at OregonLive.com.
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