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Sex Workshop With Host of 'Sex With Emily' at the HUSTLER HOLLYWOOD Sunset Store

Learn How to Blow (His Mind) on July 16th

BEVERLY HILLS, CA--(Marketwired - July 08, 2014) - Leading erotic retailer HUSTLER HOLLYWOOD, owned by media mogul and free speech icon Larry Flynt, will open their iconic Sunset Store to the public for a sex workshop featuring Bravo TV star and sex expert Dr. Emily Morse. The 'Sex with Emily' podcast and radio star will share tips and tricks on how to improve any sex life by adding popular toys and novelties during the How to Blow (His Mind) tutorial. The workshop is open to the public and will take place at HUSTLER HOLLYWOOD Sunset store on July 16th from 8PM - 10 PM.

"I'm thrilled to be hosting my first live workshop at the legendary Hustler Hollywood store. It's not often that I actually get to meet my listeners in person and am excited to share my best tips that everyone can use to improve their sex lives, whether single or in a relationship. I've got a lot of tricks up my sleeve that I've saved for this special night which will certainly be entertaining and informative."

Dr. Emily Morse is a sex expert and host of the top downloaded sex and relationship advice podcast Sex with Emily. You can also hear her every Thursday night on the popular "Loveline" radio show as well as her blogs on sites including Glamour, Patti Stanger's blog, and Your Tango. She has helped millions of people have the sex and relationships they want but could not figure out how to get. Emily has been voted the #1 dating and sex expert by DatingAdvice.com and the #1 dating and sex expert to follow on Twitter.

The workshop is open to everyone and we strongly encourage people to RSVP at [email protected].

ABOUT HUSTLER HOLLYWOOD
HUSTLER HOLLYWOOD® is an upscale, modern erotic boutique dedicated to providing a sophisticated shopping experience for the sexually curious. Its stores feature an appealing selection of high-quality toys, erotica, lingerie, shoes, apparel and novelties, supported by a knowledgeable staff trained to provide education and recommendations based on individual needs. The first HUSTLER HOLLYWOOD opened in 1998 on the famed Sunset Strip in West Hollywood. There are now 13 stores across the country, and expansion continues.

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