How can tech help revolutionise the way we view our bodies, our sexuality and our relationships?
Sex, hormonal and reproductive health is central to our lives. Yet it is often seen as taboo to educate ourselves on our bodies. How can health tech help break down these assumptions? How can we create more feminist and LGBTQI conversations in sex health tech? How should we navigate digital personal data around sexual health? Join us to discuss tech’s relationship to health, pleasure and relationships. With:
Josh Armistead & Javier Estevez Cores, the founders of Troglo, empowering users to make better decisions for their sexual health and well-being. Its personalised information is designed to lead users to more informed choices. Alleviating this uncertainty paves the way towards enjoying experiences without shame or concern.
Jas Matharu founder of Elara Care. This app provides tailored information focusing on women’s health. Decoding data on hormones gives users insight into their physical and mental wellbeing. It harnesses health data into insight for users to make improved health decisions.
Soumyadip Rakshit co-founder & CEO of British sexual health brand, MysteryVibe. Their mission is to open up conversations about sexuality as an essential part of health. They use smart technology to create pleasurable experiences, support education and enhance exploration.