The Irish Women’s Social Clubs website contains links to websites that feature “wix” content.
They include the WIX website, which has links to other websites that offer similar content.
One of the links to the WEX website contains a link to a video where the speaker is talking about how he would like to be able to buy “wax” to get into a gay club.
The speaker is described as being “pretty much like me” and the video includes him saying he would “love to get naked with a group of gay guys and I think that’s a pretty good idea”.
The video has been removed from the website but is available to watch online.
A spokesperson for the Wex said that they had not been contacted by the Irish Women for this article.
The spokesperson said that the video was removed because it was inappropriate for young people.
The website also contains a section called WEX-Gay.
It is described by the spokesperson as “a gay men’s club” and describes its “primary focus on getting a feel for the different aspects of the gay lifestyle”.
The website does not appear to have been updated since November 2017.
The spokesman said that although they did not know the exact source of the video, they did know that the website was not the only source of information for people wanting to get involved in the WX website.
“We do not want to discourage anyone from joining our community,” they said.
“However, we do want to ensure that any information on our website that is harmful or harmful-sounding is removed or deleted.”
The spokesperson also said that WEX did not have the legal right to use the videos or the links in their video.
The video appears to be part of a campaign by Wex to get the word out about the existence of WEX, and it is not known if Wex is paying for the ads.
The campaign is called Wex’s Video.
WEX has been described as “an organisation with the mission to raise awareness of the sexual health benefits of waxing, including its effectiveness as a contraceptive” by The Independent.