Lovehoney Recruits Canadians for Orgasm Advisory Board

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Sexual wellness company Lovehoney kicks off the Canadian leg of its recruitment search in Toronto this weekend. The brand seeks to fill ten positions for a new consumer testing and advisory panel.

Members of the aptly named Orgasm Advisory Board will be paid $1,000 for a year of service, a monthly package of sex toys worth up to $250, and an affiliate code for 20% off to share with friends.

Lovehoney says it encourages adults 18+ and older living in US and Canada to apply, regardless of gender identity, sexual orientation, or experience level. To clarify, you are welcome whether you have never masturbated or have a full-blown sex room at home.

The Canadian recruitment tour kicks off on May 13 and 14 at Toronto’s Rogers Centre and on May 19 and 20 in Montreal.

Related Read: Canada Sex Map 2023: Sex Toy Spending By Province

Applications opened May 1, and you can apply online at the LoveHoney website.

You can also apply in person at one of the 16 recruitment fairs taking place across the United States and Canada this May.

“We created the Orgasm Advisory Board to increase our connection with consumers and continue to evolve Lovehoney to be the best online resource for sexual wellness,” said Sarah Tomchesson, Lovehoney’s Resident Sexual Wellness Advisor.

“Despite the progress we’ve made, self-pleasure is still stigmatized and taboo in so many places. Because of this, we wanted to take our recruitment initiative to the streets, meet people where they are, and educate them about the benefits of masturbation.”

Lovehoney said it chose both its US and Canadian tour stop locations based on its 2023 Sex Map. 

Author: Jenna Owsianik
Jenna Owsianik is a Canadian sexual health journalist and sextech business advisor. She is the Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of Sex For Every Body®, an adult sex ed publication that celebrate sexual and body diversity. From 2014 to 2022, she was Editor-in-Chief of, the world’s leading publication on how technology is changing human sexuality, today and tomorrow. A trained journalist with a Masters of Journalism from The University of British Columbia, Jenna’s reporting has appeared on, Al Jazeera English, CTV British Columbia online, CBS Sunday Morning, CBS 60 Minutes, Global News, and CKNW Radio in Canada and the United States.