Invite Dr. Lehmiller to Speak at Your Next Event or Conference
Dr. Justin Lehmiller has been an educator and researcher in the areas of relationships and sexuality for more than a decade. He has the experience necessary to deliver an engaging and entertaining presentation to your organization that will be custom-built to your needs. See below for upcoming events and a list of potential speaking topics. Want to learn more? Click here to submit a booking inquiry or to request additional information.
Dynamic, interactive presentations and workshops
Whether you're looking for a lecture for an audience of hundreds or an interactive workshop with an intimate feel for a small number of attendees, Dr. Lehmiller can design an event tailored to your organization.
Reviews and Words of praise
"Dr. Lehmiller gave a wonderful talk on his new book on sexual fantasies, Tell Me What You Want, and was able to engage the audience in sharing and discussing this taboo topic openly. The discussion was informative, empowering, and helped us open the door to difficult conversations with our partners." - Courtney Cleman, Founder of The V. Club
“Dr. Lehmiller is spellbinding and his research seductive. He delivered a smart, stylish, and engaging talk on the science of sexual fantasies that served every part of our audience, from the most seasoned sex researcher to the sexually curious. His findings set the room abuzz with conversation and speculation on a normally taboo topic, and transformed the way we think about kink.” - Diana Peragine, founder of the SEXposium Science Outreach Conference
Recent and upcoming Public events
June 28, 2018 - Invited guest speaker at the Sexposium at the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto. Presentation: "How We See Ourselves in Our Sexual Fantasies--And What It Means"
August 8, 2018 - Workshop at The V. Club in New York City entitled "Communicating Desire: Getting the Sex Life and Relationship You Want"
September 27, 2018 - Banned Books Week event “Too Much of a Good Thing” at the Kurt Vonnegut Museum and Library in Indianapolis. Invited speaker for a panel on sex “addiction” and the mental health issues facing sex workers.
October 16, 2018 - Workshop at The V. Club in New York City entitled "Monogamous, Monogamish, or Polyamorous: Which Type of Relationship is Right For You?"
October 19, 2018 - Keynote speaker at the Sexual Health, Intimate Relationships, and Wellness conference at Lehigh Carbon Community College. Presentation title: "Tell Me What You Want: How to Communicate Desire and Maintain a Healthy and Satisfying Sex Life"
November 30-December 1, 2018 - Sexceptional Weekend Training Event in Denver, Colorado on the science of sexual desire.
December 7-8, 2018 - Sexceptional Weekend Training Event in Austin, Texas on the science of sexual desire.
January 25-26, 2019 - Sexceptional Weekend Training Event in Dallas, Texas on the science of sexual desire
Recent AND UPCOMING Academic TALKS
July 14, 2018 - Presentation at the International Association for Relationship Research Conference, Fort Collins, CO: Sharing and acting on sexual fantasies with a romantic partner: Does fantasy live up to reality?
November 9, 2018 - Presentation at the Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality meeting in Montreal, Quebec: How attitudes toward and experiences with threesomes are related to age, relationship status, and personality.
Dr. Lehmiller can offer lectures or workshops on or around any of the following topics:
The keys to maintaining happy and healthy relationships
The laws of attraction: Successful dating, according to science (a.k.a. How to find love)
Intimate communication: How to improve your sexual communication skills
Sexual fantasies: What we want--and why we want it
Designer relationships: Building the relationship that’s right for you
Polyamory and open relationships: Everything you ever wanted to know about consensual non-monogamy
Sexual orientation: Myth versus fact
Sexual consent in the 21st century
Can friends with benefits stay friends?: How to navigate casual sex
Sexual health and safer sexual practices
Sex, dating, and relationships for the LGBTQ population
Sex and relationships: Myth versus reality
Mars and Venus: Are men and women really that different when it comes to sex and love?
Adult sex education