SHE L.A. Preview: TaMara Griffin on 'Naming Your Desire'
LOS ANGELES — Certified clinical sexologist, sex therapist, author and speaker. Dr. TaMara Griffin will help attendees at the upcoming Sexual Health Expo (SHE) share their sexual needs in her workshop “Naming Your Desire” presented by Sex Ed Sponsor The Pleasure Chest on Jan. 16-17 in Los Angeles.
Griffin said that people are often stressed out about telling their partner just what they want and need when it comes to new things in their sex lives. Her stimulating workshop will teach how to introduce new desires to partners, help show guests learn about the Human Sexual Response Cycle, common female orgasmic disorders, female anatomy, how to communicate more effectively with their mate, how to incorporate sex toys into their sex play, and techniques designed to result in fostering intimate connections and earth-shattering sexual experiences.
As editor and publisher of “Our Sexuality!” magazine, the premiere magazine for women's sexuality and sexual health, Griffin promises that her talk will help people take their sex lives into exciting new territory far away from your old, boring sex script.
"I expect SHE to be a catalyst in creating sex-positive conversation by providing a platform for people to learn about sexuality and to help lead the charge in normalizing conversations about sexuality in spaces where sexuality has traditionally been taboo," Griffin said.
The sexpert believes SHE is unique in that it provides an opportunity for individuals to learn about healthy sexuality in a safe and upscale environment, offering something for everyone People who attend the event will leave with a greater understanding, respect and appreciation for sexuality and sexual health.
"I am very excited and honored to be a part of the 2016 SHE L.A. Expo and I am looking forward to sharing my passion and knowledge of all things sexuality to help empower people to take control of their sexual health.”
Tickets to the show are now on sale, courtesy of Registration Sponsor We-Vibe. For more information, visit SexualHealthExpo.com.