Related: Chef goes viral with his bottom-friendly recipesIn a press statement, Postmates said, “We know that not every meal is ideal if you plan on getting frisky soon after eating, and while heterosexual sex education is prevalent, there’s not a lot of conversation out there about the best foods to eat before you engage in anal sex.“That’s why Postmates is partnering with founder of Future Method/Bespoke Surgical, anal surgeon and sexual health & wellness expert Dr.

Evan Goldstein, and gay comedian Rob Anderson, to have a frank, but fun, discussion on the do’s and don’t’s of prepping for anal play, regardless of your sexual orientation, sex or gender.”They even made a campaign video, which you can watch below.Postmates, which is headquartered in San Francisco, was founded in 2011.

It rapidly grew to become one of the biggest food industry platforms in the US. It merged with Uber Eats in 2020 in a reported $2.65billion deal.Andy Tu, Head of Marketing at Postmates told Queerty, “Pride is about accepting sexual diversity, so the Eat with Pride menu, available for the rest of June, was designed to de-stigmatize conversations about sexual health.”As part of the campaign, Postmates has made a donation to The Okra Project, a mutual aid collective that provides meals and support to Black trans, non-binary and gender-nonconforming people.Related: How often does a bottom need to top to call himself versatile?Dr.