I've spoken at BlogHer previously, and I'm excited about returning this year. It's a fantastic event with rich discussions about a wide variety of topics affecting women online.
Monroe Township, NJ (Vocus) July 28, 2010
Everyone who understands and works with online communities knows about BlogHer. It is one of the most influential blogger platforms online, a veritable powerhouse network of real women writing about their experiences and opinions on every conceivable topic. On August 5–7, over 2,400 bloggers will gather in New York City to attend the sixth annual BlogHer conference, being held at The Hilton New York. Building on the momentum of five consecutive sold-out annual conferences, BlogHer '10 will bring bloggers from every corner of the blogosphere together for hands-on learning, rich discussions, the chance to meet with the brands that support them, and plentiful networking opportunities. It’s all about community at BlogHer, and that’s exactly what makes it a perfect fit for EdenFantasys.com.
Focusing on community building and setting a new standard for how adult retail can be relatable and approachable are the core priorities for EdenFantasys. As Eden continues to grow their blogger network of writers, product reviewers, and ambassadors, the online conversation becomes more diversified and valuable. No other adult retailer has been able to reach so many people in so many places; many are watching closely as EdenFantasys continues to break new ground.
EdenFantasys.com is proudly sponsoring the only panel at BlogHer ’10 to approach blogging about sexuality, ‘Bringing sex out of the closet’, being held on Friday, August 6th. Moderated by New York sex, dating and relationships writer, Twanna Hines aka Funky Brown Chick, this panel will touch on how to have a healthy sex life and how to use the internet to discuss sex and to find resources on sexual health information.
Twanna Hines says, on participating at BlogHer, “I've spoken at BlogHer previously, and I'm excited about returning this year. It's a fantastic event with rich discussions about a wide variety of topics affecting women online.” And when asked about the panel and having EdenFantasys as the sponsor, she said, “Leading the panel discussion is a real honor for me because it brings together a diverse group of women to talk about the politics of sex in a serious, informative, and thought-provoking manner. I support EdenFantasys’ mission to get a community people together to talk about healthy views about sex. I think it's great they provide good resources and products, and it seems like a natural sponsor for our panel about sexuality.”
Panelists include: AV Flox, who writes at ‘Sex and the 405’; Genia Stevens, who produces ‘Sister Talk Radio’; ‘Mominatrix’ sex advice columnist, Kristen Chase; and Tess Danesi of Urban Gypsy. Takeaways include materials from the panelists and swag bags provided by EdenFantasys.