The Business of Sex

The Business of Sex

The Unzipped The Business of Sex® show is an experience curated by adult entertainment attorney, Maxine Lynn. She provides engaging discussions with top executives, business owners, and insiders about the current realties and intriguing future of the Sex Tech, sex toy, and pornography industries. The interviews create a lens into a fascinating world that is in the midst of major developments including massive product innovation, marked shifts in consumer mindsets, and an uncertain legal landscape. It’s a realm peppered with truly unique challenges of taboo, law, ethics, and accordingly, day-to-day business. The show will cover topics including teledildonics, sex robots, modern Sex Tech, virtual reality porn, female sexual liberation, and much more. Catch all the action with Maxine Lynn right here each week!

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October 14, 2018 29 min
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October 30, 2018 30 min
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