LOS ANGELES — Sex Tech Connect (STC), described as an online meet-up aimed at the sextech and adult retail industries, and professionals involved with sexuality research, journalism and the arts, continues its second season Sunday, March 28, at 9 a.m. (PST) with erotic educator and entrepreneur Taylor Sparks.
Sparks is the founder of OrganicLoven.com, "one of the largest BIPOC-owned online intimacy shops," noted a rep. "She is also the founder of Sisters of Sexuality, a website and podcast designed to educate, entertain and inform adults in all areas of sexuality, sexual health, kink, relationships and the business of sex."
The rep noted Organic Loven specializes in improving the sexual health and wellness of adults and enhancing their sex lives via their organic intimate body products, body-safe sex toy materials, sex-positive books and erotic educational seminars.
“We are thrilled to have Taylor as our guest,” STC Co-Founder Shakun Sethi said. "Her insights into launching a successful business and podcast, especially as a woman and a person of color, will be valuable for us all to learn from."
During Sunday's meetup, attendees will have the opportunity to speak directly to Sparks and to network with each other. The event will be recorded and subsequently posted online.
"I'm thrilled to be able to be a guest on STC and be able to share with those who think about, talk about and enjoy all aspects of sex, sexuality and the business of sex," the entrepreneur said.