Few industries have felt the same pushback as SexTech. It seems that no matter how valuable, unique, or innovative a product or service is—involving SexTech in the equation inspires prudes to throw up roadblocks. The SexTech industry is resilient and made up of passionate designers, creatives, marketers, and others who simply aren’t willing to take No for an answer. That has led to some fun an...
Sex Tech Connect is thrilled to introduce Shakun Sethi as “co-founder” of the community with Maxine Lynn. This exciting announcement comes as the group welcomes its fourth special guest, Ricci Joy Levy, CEO of Woodhull Freedom Foundation on June 28th at 1pm ET for its signature online event series, “Virtual Brunch, Happy Hour, or a Late Night Drink.”
Launched earlier this year during the COVID shutdowns, Sex Tech Connect aims to keep people in sex tech and related sexuality fields connected from around the world. “Shakun has been with us from the beginning,” says adult industry attorney Lynn. “She has been an avid supporter, and as a kick-ass SexTech founder, makes the perfect person to partner with as we grow this community of impactful voices.”
Sethi is a serial entrepreneur with her latest venture being Tickle.Life, the world’s first discovery platform for sex and sexuality. Sethi is the Founder and CEO. The platform showcases resources for sexual and mental wellness and is a bridge between the SexTech industry and their audiences. Tickle.Life believes in promoting a sex-positive environment that is safe, inclusive, free of judgment and which respects privacy.
“The purpose of this association is to bring the entire SexTech community together to share insights and talk about our challenges and how we can grow together. This is about making one big group of like-minded people, and taking the work and innovation in the realm of sexuality and sexual wellness forward,” explains Sethi.
Sethi will moderate the event on June 28th with Levy. The Woodhull Freedom Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization devoted to education and public advocacy in support of the principle that consensual sexual expression is a fundamental human right.
“Sexual freedom is a fundamental human right. Did you know that?” enthuses Levy. “I’m delighted to have this opportunity to talk about sexual freedom, human rights, and the work of my organization, the Woodhull Freedom Foundation. Let’s talk about it together this coming Sunday.”
“We can’t wait for this extraordinary conversation,” says Lynn.
To register for the upcoming Sex Tech Connect event or join the mailing list, visit www.SexTechConnect.com.