Toronto Gets Sexy: The Everything To Do With Sex Show Kicks Off & we have a photo gallery

Warning: NSFW. Duh. 

Black lights, red walls, penis-shaped novelties, cupcakes and women in lingerie? No, this isn’t a bachelorette party — Toronto’s Everything To Do With Sex Show is back in town! The pre-party was held at The Hideout on Queen West this year with another round of ‘how many positions can you make in one minute without using your hands?’ and ‘the best fake orgasm contest.’

If you’ve never been to the show, know that they’ve got the hottest entertainment out there from hot strip shows to sex seminars. It’s professional race-car driver for Canada-based CKS Autosport team Ashley McCalmont’s first time attending the show, and she is curious to see the booths, check out the toys and explore. This year the sex show is opening up a ‘Sexy Sports’ area where you can meet Ashley along with a bunch of other sexy sports athletes. 

Of course we can’t end the night without meeting a few pornstars. The sex show is a great chance for the lovely Lexi Belle to meet the fans. “I was told I was more likely to meet couples than perverted guys.” Toronto’s Everything To Do With Sex Show is definitely more focused on couples than it is on singles. That said, bring a friend or lover or part-time undefined whatever and have a little fun. Even Got Ass? model Jamie Tanner is bringing her husband to the show. The Got Ass? girls are having a ‘Best Bottoms in America’ contest, giving out a trip for two to Jamaica! 

After talking to all these racy women I couldn’t resist asking what sexy means to them. Know what the weirdest thing is? They all gave me the same answer. Confidence is the sexiest thing. There’s nothing hotter than someone comfortable in his own skin. So why not shed off the layers this weekend and open up to some new experiences? I’ve been here plenty of times and don’t worry, they don’t bite (at least, not very hard)! 

Check out the Everything To Do With Sex Show website for all the details! 

~ Amanda Chen


Photo credit: Tristan Laughton

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