As a teenager, Lux Alptraum worked as an HIV peer educator with her local Red Cross — and she hasn’t looked back since. Over the past two decades, Lux has devoted herself to smart sex education, bringing her insightful, modern take on human sexuality to topics ranging from puberty and pregnancy to healthy sexuality in the age of internet porn. Throughout her career, Lux has worked with elementary school students, senior citizens, and everyone in between, traveling from high school sex education seminars to talks on the adult industry — and back again. Formerly the CEO of Fleshbot, the web’s foremost blog about sexuality and adult entertainment, Lux currently works as a consultant with select sex tech companies.

Interested in having Lux speak at your university, conference, or event? Please contact Erica Langston with event details and information.

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Past Appearances:

TV/Film:

Mr. Angel
HBO's "Sex On//": Episode One
Fusion's "Alicia Menendez Tonight"
A&E Biography's "Fallen Centerfolds"

Radio/Podcasts:

New Hampshire Public Radio, "Word Of Mouth"
CBC Radio, "Spark" 
The Verge, "What's Tech?"

In Person:

SHAG: Sex Trivia
XBIZ Summit: Going Free: Creating Sticky, Ad-Supported Adult Sites
Harvard Sex Week: The Ethics of Pornography (panel moderator)
SXSWi: Sex in the Digital Age panel
Playground Conferece: Conference Keynote, “Beyond Sex Positive”
Brown Sex Week: A Brief History of Sex Toys, SexTech: Sexuality and Privacy in the Digital Age
Babeland: Safer Sexting
Good Vibrations: Sexting 101
Rethinking Virginity Conference, Harvard: Debunking The Virginity Ideal: The Feminist Response To Slut-Shaming & Sexual Scare Tactics (moderator), Popping The Queer Cherry: Virginity Loss, Marriage Norms, & LGBT Identity
Yale Sex Week: The Future of Porn: How The Internet Is Changing the Adult Industry, Sex and Gender in Pornography (panel moderator)
Ohio State University: guest lecture in Sociology of Sexuality class
Ignite: Building A Better Sex Toy
NYU: Pornography Panel Discussion
SXSWi: Pink Ghetto Blasters Core Conversation
NYC Museum of Sex: Naked on the Internet Panel