SexTech n’ Chill’s ‘upscale virtual pleasure con’ set for December 9… 2023

sextech n chill conference 2023 announced

An online sextech conference billed as “an upscale virtual pleasure con” has been announced for 2023, promising a slew of speakers and performances over its short 12-hour run time.

The next incarnation of the SexTech n’ Chill event will take place on December 9, 2023. That might seem a while away, but those interested in attending can RSVP online already, and give suggestions about what they’d like covered in the event and who they’d like to speak from, to help shape the line-up.

The speakers for the virtual bash are yet to be sorted, with the organizers promising an array of “fan-favorite performers, creators, sexperts and enthusiasts”. There are set to be ‘fireside chat’ events, live DJs, “sensual performances”, sextech product demonstrations and competitions.

The hosts, at least, are already confirmed. Reuben and Sherri Johnson, a married couple who run the Fly Media Productions brand management and marketing company: a sex-positive firm billed as Black and LGBTQ-led.

The Johnsons also create relationship and sex-focused online content under the name FlyDuo. They have worked with brands such as sextech firm Hot Octopuss and Cindy Gallop, CEO of the Make Love Not Porn sex video platform.

“The full-day inclusive event is designed to help attendees challenge their perspectives and expand their pleasure palette by encouraging unapologetic curiosity and uninhibited exploration,” the organizers say.

In the slightly nearer future, people keen to keep up with the sextech industry, there’s the second X3 Expo -billed as the “world’s biggest creator expo” set to take place in Los Angeles on January 13-14, 2023.

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Jamie F

Jamie F

Jamie is a freelance writer, contributing to outlets such as The Guardian, The Times, The Telegraph, CNN and Vice.

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