Check Out The Everything To Do With Sex Show This Weekend In Toronto

on October 18, 2013


It’s Friday and if you are feeling friskier than usual, one Toronto showcase might be right up your alley.

Celebrating its 14th anniversary, Toronto’s Everything To Do With Sex Show (ETDWSS) opens today at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre and runs until Sunday.

“Our show invites guests to explore, experiment, and simply enjoy their sexuality,” said Show Manager, Mikey Singer. “Each year we work hard to facilitate an explosive, delicious chemistry between our featured events and valued guests – offering a mixture of exhibitors and entertainment line up that will appeal to all spectres of sexual preferences, while introducing and educating new avenues to explore.”

In addition to experiencing body painting and the new 50 Shades Dungeon, the show features a host of interesting activities to participate in. These include:

Pastel Supernova & Love Letters Cabaret: A Canadian burlesque troupe star, Pastel Supernova brings her new act to the Everything To Do With Sex Show for the first time and her exhibit is said to be one of the highlights of this year’s Expo.

Jessica Gorlicky – Diva star Jessica Gorlicky will be exploring the world of sensual fantasy with a special performance art show that is taking place at the ETDWSS Erotic Art Area.

Kink Corner – The old Dungeon area has been replaced with a brand new Kink Corner that features different types of entertainment, seminars, and hands-on demonstrations.

Dr. Ryan Neinstein – Toronto plastic surgeon Dr. Ryan Neinstein will be available to discuss various treatment options for those who are looking for a little self-improvement.

Café Blvd – The Café Blvd will not only offer great food for those who are looking to satisfy more than just their sexual appetite, but executive chef Toben Kochman will also be offering tips to couples on how to prepare a romantic dinner for two.

Tickets to attend the show are available online at; single tickets available for $22.50 online or $25 at the door. Weekend passes are available for $30 online or $35 at the door.

More information about the event is available at