Reposted from XBIZ.com
By Ariana Rodriguez
LOS ANGELES — SHE magazine, first-ever sexual health-focused publication, is now available online at its newly launched dedicated website, SexualHealthMag.com.
The physical edition of the magazine will be available at this week’s International Lingerie Show in Las Vegas as well as the Sexual Health Expo, which is set for Sept. 24-25 in Brooklyn, N.Y.
Published quarterly, SHE magazine takes a comprehensive look at the evolving realms of sexual wellness. From exclusive interviews with today’s thought leaders to the hottest intimacy tips, pleasure product reviews and more, SHE magazine takes a stylish, mainstream approach to champion sexual well-being.
SHE magazine was created as a supplement to the groundbreaking consumer event, Sexual Health Expo.
First held in Los Angeles in 2015, SHE has also taken place in New York and Phoenix, drawing thousands of attendees who find themselves immersed in an open, welcoming environment where they learn the benefits of a healthy sex life.
The next edition of SHE NY, which will be held at the historic Greenpoint Terminal Warehouse, is projected to draw record attendees.
SHE magazine caters to the same diverse audience that SHE attracts, including subscribers of all genders and sexual orientations as well as industry professionals seeking information about trends in sexual wellness.
With cutting-edge special reports covering the latest developments in sexual wellness and commentary from leading experts, SHE magazine is an essential guide that keeps pleasure products professionals informed on the latest intimacy trends and products.
The inaugural issue of SHE magazine takes an in-depth look at today’s hottest couples toys with a “Passion & Play” special feature that discusses how pleasure products have evolved and changed the way couples have sex. The “Passion & Play” is rounded out by a Top 10 Couples Toys list that breaks down the best pleasure products for lovers, and Talkback that queries sexperts on their most recommended toys for couples play.
Each issue of SHE magazine will feature thought-provoking opinions and advice through a series of well-informed op-eds and advice columns penned by leading experts.
The contributing sexperts featured in SHE magazine’s debut issue include Emily Morse, Jessica O’Reilly, Alicia Sinclair, Ashley Manta, Ava Cadell, Lisa B. Hochberger, Natalie Finegood Goldberg, Hernando Chaves, K’Hara McKinney, TaMara Griffin, Kait Scalisi, Melisa Fritchle, Patti Britton and Reid Mihalko.
The sexpert columns cover a wide range of fascinating topics that range from practical how-tos to insightful op-eds.
In addition, the debut issue features expert-written articles on the sex benefits of exercise, mindful sex, enjoying sex from start to finish, embracing abundance in one’s love life and the social lessons that sex can teach, as well as the basics of impact play and tips on performing oral sex, perfecting a variety of sexual positions and shopping for sex toys.
Other SHE magazine highlights include “Just the Tip,” in which SHE NY spokesperson Emily Morse answers sex questions from her fans and offers juicy tips and “Sex in the News,” presented by Sexpert.com and penned by pioneer sex columnist Anka Radakovich.
SHE magazine also features informative product reviews on sex toys, lubes, accessories and more, as well as a round-up of the latest news and developments in sexual wellness.
With physical and digital delivery available, SHE magazine is distributed to all SHE attendees, past and present, as well as will be available to worldwide audience with complimentary access via digital editions.
In addition, SHE magazine offers unmatched business-to-business distribution, reaching retailers, e-tailers and distributors of intimacy products, as well as licensed therapists, certified educators and home party organizers.
SHE magazine’s expansive B2B reach consists of 75 percent retail stores and e-tailers, 9 percent product therapists, 6 percent manufacturers, 4 percent educators, 3 percent distributors, 2 percent home parties and 1 percent miscellaneous.
For more information about SHE magazine, visit SexualHealthMag.com.