NEW YORK — Soixante9 Development Group will be returning to Sex Expo NY this year and once again showcasing the innovative Erosscia line of pleasure toys, which are designed to be used with an electric toothbrush.
Sex Expo NY will be held the weekend of Sept. 22-23 at the Brooklyn Expo Center.
Presented by premier cam network Chaturbate, the two-day event will feature showcases from top pleasure product manufacturers and sex-ed workshops hosted by a wide range of educators and sexual wellness experts.
“Participating in the Sex Expo gives us an opportunity to share Erosscia products with a diverse and engaged, sex-positive community,” said Steffan Martell, co-founder of the Las Vegas-based Soixante9 Development Group. “Having participated in the first Sex Expo — SHE back then — we are committed to the education and enjoyment of ourselves, and this is a mission we will be striving for in our upcoming steps as well. For Erosscia, from concept to design and execution, the ultimate goal — guided and confirmed by intimate focus groups — was to ensure products that go far beyond consumer expectations. This makes us a perfect Sex Expo fit, and we’re glad to have yet another opportunity to share our story with an amazing crowd and present them an unprecedented product that brings toe-curling orgasmic pleasure.”
When attached to a rechargeable electric toothbrush, Martell said, Erosscia becomes a portable vibrator. The Erosscia line includes the Allore and Ceola models.
“Erosscia redefines pleasure and at the same time, promotes playful sexual expression,” Martell said. “What is so special and different about our products is that they are designed to be body-safe (but are also) affordable and socially acceptable. Our Allore model, designed for intimate exploration, considers the b-spot, g-spot and p-spot in its design. Non-phallic, its design was purposeful in considering the similarities and differences of these erogenous zones.”
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.