AUCKLAND, Wednesday: Sexual wellness online magazine Nak-Ed and Stuff have officially launched a content partnership that will see Nak-Ed content published on the Stuff website, “heralding a new wider conversation that aims to lower the walls surrounding previously taboo subjects”.
Launched in August 2020, Nak-Ed.co.nz is dedicated to covering topics in the sex, sexual wellness and mental health space.
Founder and editor of Nak-Ed Courtney Devereux said: “Stuff has recognised the shift in attitudes around topics within the space, and has welcomed the opportunity to work with Nak-ed to widen the conversation to a new audience.
“I’m incredibly proud that one of our nation’s most respected platforms is taking charge at removing some of the stigma that surrounds these topics.
“I’m incredibly proud that one of our nation’s most respected platforms is taking charge at removing some of the stigma that surrounds these topics.”
“It’s only through the sharing of voice will we be able to provide education, information and support to those looking to know more about sex, sexual wellness and mental health.”
Stuff editor-in-chief (content verticals) Geoff Collett said: “Stuff was pleased to have the opportunity to work with Nak-Ed.
“Courtney has shown admirable vision and determination to launch her site and help move the discussion to a respectful, intelligent space. We’re delighted to be able to share that to our audience, and we’ll also apply care and respect in doing so.”
The Stuff/Nak-Ed partnership will begin mid-November.
Courtney Devereux is a former ed at StopPress.
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