About this Event
Welcome to SexTech TO – a unique platform for all sextech professionals and enthusiasts*! Whether you're an established member of the industry, looking to enter the field, or simply curious about the exciting world of sextech, this is the event for you.
Join us for an evening of networking and stimulating conversation with some of the most innovative minds in the sextech industry. This is your chance to connect with like-minded professionals, share your ideas, and collaborate with others in the field.
On The Night
Our guest speakers (TBA!) will start the evening with a discussion on the latest trends, opportunities, and challenges in the sextech space. After the discussion, we'll have time for networking and socializing.
Date: Monday, October 2
Time: 6:30pm - 10pm
Location: Glad Day Bookshop, 499 Church St, Toronto
Accessibility: This venue is wheelchair accessible.
Tickets: $15 + fees in advance or $20 *cash only* at the door
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SexTech TO promotes a culture of acceptance and understanding around sexuality, seeking to remove shame and judgment from the conversation. Don't miss out on this opportunity to be part of the conversation!
*This event is intended to bring together sex-positive professionals, brands, founders, content creators, developers, designers, engineers, service providers, performers, therapists, coaches, sexologists, educators, researchers, students, investors, and other interested individuals to network, collaborate, and discuss the latest developments and trends in the industry.
Code of Conduct
Though we may be discussing some sexy topics, this is not a sexual play event. It is first and foremost a professional networking & community building space. Please keep this in mind when you are interacting with the other guests, speakers, and organizers. If someone is making you uncomfortable, please don't hesitate to approach the event organizer, and appropriate action will be taken. Folks acting disrespectfully will be politely asked to leave.
Glad Day Bookshop, 499 Church Street, Toronto, Canada