Denver is full of gorgeous, fit, adventurous adults having lots of sex. But is it always good sex? Fortunately, our city is home to a growing sex-positive community. We asked them to explain—often in NSFW detail—how our sex culture is evolving, and how we can learn more about a natural act few of us are naturally good at.
Your (Perhaps a Bit Too Detailed) Introduction to Denver’s Sexual Revolution
The trio of Front Range pals already had waited to get an autograph and a photo with Ron Jeremy, a potbellied, cheesy-mustached pornography legend who signed autographs while wearing green Crocs clogs and a People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals T-shirt. Denver was the second stop in what the promoters of the Sex and So Much More show hope becomes a traveling circus of erotica, and a familiar event in the convention centers and aging civic centers of the cities of America. Promoter Showcase Productions is based in Canada, where already there are many different sex shows, says Kari Calder, the event coordinator. The show was launched in Minneapolis in November, attracting about 15, people.