Fort Lauderdale is about to get an influx of people from across the country who love to watch other people do it.
Because after eight straight years of porno-ing it up in Miami Beach, the annual EXXXotica sex porn thing expo is hitting up the Broward County Convention Center.
Featuring hundreds of adult performers, exhibitors, a full schedule of seminars, and world-class entertainment acts, EXXXotica is the place to be if watching people bang on the internet just isn't enough.
Since it exploded into the world (sorry) in 2006, EXXXotica has engorged itself (sorry) into the a worldwide phenomenon.
The expo has been held in Chicago, L.A., New York, New Jersey, and, just recently, Atlantic City.
Now, Fort Laudy makes the list, which should be good for the local economy, what with having to feed and serve drinks to all the special folks that make the pilgrimage to meet and get the autograph of that girl who went down on 20 dudes at the same time.
According to a news release, the Fort Lauderdale Exxxotica will be unveiling new show features and will have more than 100 of the world's biggest adult stars there, so you can take your picture with them and then show your mom.
The expo will be coming (again, sorry) to the Broward County Convention Center on May 31 and run til June 2.
For prices, info, and hotel accommodations, visit their website here.
The website is fairly safe for work, give or take the occasional naked butt shot, so you may want to wait until you get home to check it out, just in case (also, there are totally legit and not at all shady links you can click on if you wanna date a porn star!).
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