LOS ANGELES — Topco has been named Gold Sponsor of this weekend’s 10th annual Careers in Sexuality Conference, an event dedicated to "building, shaping and inspiring emerging professionals in the human sexuality space."
As part of the partnership, conference attendees will have access to teaching tools and product donations from Topco’s CyberSkin collection, made and molded directly from parts of the human body.
“Topco Sales has always led the way for realistic sex toys and it was only natural that we make our lifelike CyberSkin pieces available to the sex educators of today and tomorrow,” said Autumn O’Bryan, COO of Topco Sales. “It’s an honor to support Widener University and its Careers in Sexuality Conference and a pleasure to know that our award-winning materials are helping these important sexuality professionals pave the way for generations to come.”
According to a representative, CyberSkin products have become go-to’s for anatomically accurate models and demo tools ideal for anatomy, oral sex and other kinds of sex-education centric workshops. Each piece is molded directly after a part of the human body, including vulvas, clitorises and anuses.
"The Careers in Sexuality Conference Executive Board is extremely grateful for the support and sponsorship of Topco Sales,” said Crystal S. Reed, vice chair of the Careers in Sexuality Conference. “We are honored to have their products and services represented at our annual event. Topco Sales’ contribution not only invests in the amazing, multifaceted work of human sexuality students and professionals, but it also maintains this conference's impactful legacy. We can't thank them enough."
This year’s conference theme was inspired by the culturally relevant message of Grammy-winning artist Solange’s most recent album, “A Seat at the Table,” and is intended to create space for learning, professional development and community for emerging sexuality professionals — all with a purpose for inspiring change and impactful evolution within the field of human sexuality.
The Careers in Sexuality Conference is set for Nov. 3 at the Best Western at Widener University in Chester, Pa.
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