Sexpert Dr. Emily Morse will continue to serve as the official spokesperson of the 2016 Sexual Health Expo in Los Angeles.
Together with Dr. Emily Morse, The Pleasure Chest will once again serve as the education sponsor of the event.
SHE Los Angeles is set for Jan. 16-17 and will be held at the Hilton hotel in Universal City, Calif., a venue offering expanded space to cater to the overwhelming demand from exhibitors and attendees.
Emily Morse has served as SHE’s spokesperson since its inception this year and participated in its Los Angeles, Phoenix and New York editions. Morse is a sex expert and host of the top downloaded sex and relationship advice podcast Sex with Emily, as well as author, radio show host and columnist.
She’s currently a weekly co-host on the nationally syndicated radio show “Loveline” with Dr. Drew Pinsky.
“I’ve been inspired by the enthusiastic response and attendance in each city this year. It’s incredible to see how many people are hungry for this kind of expert sex education and wellness information. SHE is clearly filling a void in our country and I’m excited to be a part of such an important movement that promotes sex positivity and growth,” said Emily Morse.
Morse also has appeared as an expert on television shows, including the “Today Show” and “Dr. Drew HLN,” as well as publications such as The New York Times, Los Angeles Times and Huffington Post.
The event was featured in Cosmopolitan magazine, as well as CBS News, Vice.com, Playboy.com and other media for its groundbreaking approach to sex ed.
SHE Los Angeles will once again feature the refreshing, dynamic format that made it a resounding success at its previous editions. Anchored by engaging workshops led by the most sought-after sex experts and product showcases from leading manufacturers, in 2016, SHE also plans to expand on its entertainment value, adding a slate of fun new activities and games.
Entering its second year, SHE has rapidly grown to become a must-attend event, drawing thousands of attendees and leading manufacturers of sexual health products.