The Everything To Do With Sex Show – Win Two Tickets! [contest alert!]

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Sex.  The most natural thing in the world yet somehow strangely the most taboo…..  We think about it about all the time (maybe some more than others) it fuels our economy, inspires the greatest works of art and literature and most importantly creates those little magical beings we like to call babies.  So naturally, who wouldn’t be curious about sex?  Why to do it, how to do it, how to do it better….  Maybe that’s the reason why the Everything To Do With Sex show is so popular gaining more and more attendance and interest year over year.


Taking place October 24-26th at the Direct Energy Centre the Everything To Do With Sex show is not one to be missed.  As North America’s biggest sex and romance consumer show they cover it all from ‘whether oysters are really an aphrodisiac’ with seminars on food and sex to how to bring 50 Shades of Grey to life, to a real life ‘Cuddle Zone’ for those who just love to snuggle.


Though sex is such a natural human function, it can also be a really tricky one.  But being a big believer in education and exploration, going to an event like this can not only be informative, it can be crazy fun!  You can make it a much needed date night with your love – they even have a package that includes a night’s stay at the Intercontinental hotel – or you can make it a fun girl’s or guy’s adventure.  Plus, you can even get some pretty crazy ideas for Halloween!


Here are the deets:


Who:  The Everything To Do With Sex Show

What: A weekend long convention about, well, sex!

Where: The Direct Energy Centre

When: October 24-26

How: Tickets are for sale now online HERE for $20 for a day pass or $30 for the whole weekend.  They will also be on sale at the door for $20-$35


BUT you can win a pair of tickets from us!  How you ask?  Let us know in a comment what your dream date would be.


Follow Everything To Do With Sex here:

Twitter @the_sex_show and #sexshow

Instagram @the_sex_show


Good luck!





photo by ellen von unwerth