LOS ANGELES — Due to overwhelming demand from sexperts seeking speaking opportunities at Sexual Health Expo, organizers have announced an open call for a newly added “Intimate Talks” speaker track.
Aiming to showcase the most diverse voices in sexual wellness, SHE welcomes educators to present their unique take on different topics and fields relating to sexual health. Presenters will be allotted up to 50 minutes to discuss a topic of their choosing at their own designated area on the expo floor.
The groundbreaking consumer event has been touted by Cosmopolitan magazine, and was featured on CBS News and Vice.com, among others. Praised for its fresh approach by exhibitors, sex educators and consumers alike, SHE features a slate of workshops and showcases the best sex toys and accessories on the market today.
SHE LA’s recently announced keynote speaker, Dr. Ruth Westheimer, the iconic American figure in the field of human sexuality, is expected to draw an even wider demographic and publicity to the event.
SHE returns to L.A. just in time for Valentine’s Day on the weekend of Feb. 4-5, and is expected to draw more than 5,000 attendees to the event’s venue at the California Market Center in downtown Los Angeles.
Pleasure Chest will once again serve as SHE L.A.’s Official Education Sponsor to present a fresh slate of engaging sex-ed seminars led by top sexperts. We-Vibe also returns as Registration Sponsor, and is sponsoring free admission for the first 2,000 attendees who register online.
The Sexual Health Expo (SHE) is an upscale event that puts a stylish touch on sex education, anchored by seminars hosted by top sexperts, along with more than 60 exhibitors demonstrating the latest, most innovative and cutting-edge sex toys and pleasure products. SHE empowers its diverse attendee base to immerse themselves in all the benefits of a healthy sex life. During the event, top authors, educators, lecturers and entrepreneurs from around the world will present workshops and discussions across the full spectrum of sexual wellness.
Sexperts interested in participating as an “Intimate Talks” speaker can email firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, visit SexualHealthExpo.com.