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Updated 14 March 2013

Join Dr Eve on the couch

Find out more about sexuality and sex toys with the 'On the Couch with Dr Eve' workshops, at Sexpo in Cape Town.

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Sexpo, the world’s largest health, sexuality and lifestyle exhibition will be kicking off in Cape Town from the 7th to the 9th of March. The expo aims to educate, inform, entertain and celebrate sexuality in a fun, exciting and safe environment. Dr Eve, South Africa’s foremost sexologist, has teamed up with one of the event sponsors, Durex, to address expo goers at its series entertaining, yet informative ‘On the Couch with Dr Eve’ workshops.

Dr Eve, who has recently launched the Dr Eve Sexual Health Center - the first sexual health hub in Africa - will be unpacking condom myths, sharing her expert knowledge on reigniting passion with sex toys, condoms and lube as well as discussing sexual, vaginal and penis health. She will also be presenting interactive and experiential quizzes that are both fun and educational. Dr Eve’s exclusive collection of sexual health products will also be available for purchase at the event.

The Durex workshops, which will be free of charge and run throughout Sexpo, are designed to equip audiences with valuable health information and help them to unleash their sexual powers.

“Durex is all about encouraging healthy, fulfilled sexual lives, and partnering with Dr Eve will go a long way to achieving this,” say Durex SA on their decision to team up with Dr Eve.

“I am so excited to have been invited by Durex to take part in this year’s Sexpo. Together we will be educating and informing the public so that they can have safer, more pleasurable and more satisfying sexual health, sexuality and relationships,” shares Dr Eve.

Be sure to catch Dr Eve at the Durex stand at 15h00 and 20h00 on Thursday, 14h00 and 18h00 Friday and 14h00 and 18h00 on Saturday.

For more information about Dr Eve and the Dr Eve Sexual Health Store visit www.dreve.co.za.

 
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