NEW YORK — Sex and relationship expert Dr. Jessica O’Reilly will be returning to Sex Expo NY this year and showcasing three of her video courses: “Drive Him Wild With Pleasure,” “Drive Her Wild With Pleasure” and “Mindful Sex: Deeper Connection, Intimacy and Pleasure.”
O’Reilly, who is based in Toronto, will also be hosting a seminar and doing some live broadcasting via Instagram from the two-day event, which will be held the weekend of Sept. 22-23 at the Brooklyn Expo Center. Sex Expo, presented by premier cam network Chaturbate, will feature showcases from top pleasure product manufacturers and sex-ed workshops hosted by a wide range of educators and sexual wellness experts.
“Sex Expo is a one-of-a-kind event in the U.S., as it’s all about health, education and relationships and how they intersect with sex,” O’Reilly said. “Whether you’re curious about kink or simply looking to reignite the spark after babies, you’ll find seminars, products and education relevant to your needs on the show floor and on stage. As a speaker, I love hitting the stage with Sex Expo because the crowds are full to the brim with enthusiasm — and they laugh at all of my jokes.”
O’Reilly added, “Brooklyn is the perfect spot for this event because it’s got the balance of being a bit laid-back and edgy, but still vibrating with that energy of the busy city. I’ll be speaking on some of my favorite topics, from the science of passion to the how-tos of bigger orgasms. You can expect lots of laughs — even if I have to bring a laugh track — and real take-home value. My goal is to give you tools to change the way you think and take action to have an even hotter sex life, underpinned by confidence and passion.”
O’Reilly’s books have included “The New Sex Bible: The New Guide to Sexual Love,” “Hot Sex Tips, Tricks and Licks: Sizzling Touch and Tongue Techniques for Amazing Orgasms” and “The Little Book of Kink: Sexy Secrets for Thrilling Over-the-Edge Pleasure,” all of which are available on Amazon.com.
The Brooklyn Expo Center is located at 72 Noble St. in Brooklyn’s Greenpoint area and is within walking distance of the MTA’s Greenpoint Ave. subway station, which is served by the G Train.