Sunny Megatron is a sexuality educator, sex and relationship writer, media personality, Youtuber, and sex toy expert. She co-hosts and produces American Sex Podcast and also is also the host and executive producer of the Showtime original television series, Sex with Sunny Megatron. Her work has been featured in Cosmo, Playboy, Jezebel, Buzzfeed, CNN, Refinery29, Playgirl Magazine, and more. A three-time nominee for XBIZ Sexpert of the Year, she’s also been voted Kinkly’s Sex Blogging Superhero of 2017, plus named one of the 6 most savvy sexologists in North America. Sunny’s passion is helping people become their authentic, sexual selves by learning to overcome shame and shed inhibitions.
About American Sex podcast:
American Sex podcast SXSW guest is CannaSexual®, Ashley Manta. Crowned High Priestess of Pleasure by Sexual Health Magazine, Ashley tells us everything we need to know to enhance our sex lives with cannabis. We talk the best strains, dosages, and delivery methods for sex; what types of intimacy blocks pot can and can’t help you break through; weed lubes & other topicals, audience Q&A + more.
American Sex podcast takes a deep but humorous look at unconventional sexual expression in the United States. Featuring an eclectic mix of guests ranging from a former Surgeon General to sex researchers, porn clowns, and the happily married spouse of a synthetic sex doll, each episode is enlightening, entertaining, and hilarious. Hosts Sunny Megatron & Ken Melvoin-Berg are acclaimed, internationally recognized Sexuality Educators. Partners in every sense of the word, they’re married, teach together, and are the force behind Showtime’s original series Sex with Sunny Megatron. Sunny & Ken are approachable, authentic, and their lighthearted on-air chemistry is second to none. American Sex Podcast can be heard at americansexpodcast.com or wherever you listen to podcasts.
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Programming descriptions are generated by participants and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of SXSW.