NEW YORK — Sexual Health Expo is pleased to announce the official show schedule for the New York edition of its groundbreaking upscale consumer event, set for Sept. 19-20 at the Millennium Broadway Hotel, located in the heart of New York City.
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We-Vibe will serve as the registration sponsor of SHE, which kicks off with a special ribbon cutting on Saturday, Sept. 19. SHE will feature two days of back-to-back workshops covering everything from cunnilingus and pegging to talking dirty and writing erotica.
Throughout the day, SHE’s exhibition hall will showcase the very best sex toys and accessories for women, men and couples on the market. The SHE exhibition hall will introduce attendees to a wide range of products ranging from cutting-edge vibrators to sexual enhancement products such as massage gels, candles and more.
Exhibiting companies include Babeland, Hot Octopuss, Besharam, Fleshlight, The Elator, Pleasure Chest, Nuelle, Chakrubs, Kama Sutra, Erosscia, Passion Parties, One Taste NYC, Stud 100, Sybian, My Shiney Hiney, 50 Cent Candy, We-Vibe, Vibrators.com, Current Pleasures, Maia Toys, Dr. D Lifestyle, Sir Richard’s Condom Company, Jimmyjane, Ruff Doggie Styles, pjur, Venus, Bathmate, Blewit, Our Cabana, Sasha, Orchid and Serpent, C U in Bed, 4MoreLove.com, Nature Labs, Crave and Promescent.
Special guest speakers, sponsored by exclusive retail and sex-ed sponsor Pleasure Chest, will cover several sex-related issues ranging from dating tips, sex toy basics and tantra for beginners to pegging, unique orgasms and prostate pleasure.
Guest speakers participating in SHE workshops include: Kate McCombs, Allison Moon, Reid Mihalko, Charlie Glickman, Dr. Jess, Rachel Kramer Bussel, Megan Fleming, Francisco Ramirez, Midori, Dr. D and Annie Cruz, Lola, Rebecca Alvarez, Ducky Doolittle, Zhana Vrangalova, Dr. Ava Cadell, Hernando Chaves, Dr. Chris and more.
Celebrity sexpert and SHE official spokesperson Emily Morse rounds out the event’s speaker lineup with a special keynote on Sunday, Sept. 20.