CHATSWORTH, Calif.—Sunny Rodgers has been banned the official on-staff sexual health expert for the Diamond Products family of brands—Pipedream Products, Jimmyjane and Sir Richard’s Condoms—following her recent certification as a certified clinical sexologist and professional sex coach from Sex Coach University.
Rodgers has worked in the pleasure products industry since 2000, and has helped thousands of people choose pleasure products and improve their sexual relationships.
“When I started my training with the accredited Sex Coach University in April 2016, I found the curriculum to be much more intensive than I had imagined – every course gave me the opportunity to dive deep into a new sexological subject. Trust me, I learned something new every day and gained extensive information from beginning to end. My certification journey took me almost a year to complete and has really enhanced my knowledge and life in ways I never expected,” Rodgers said.
Known amongst industry vets for her vivacious attitude, expertise and positive energy, Rodgers has established herself as a thought leader on the category. Rodgers is an Ambassador for the American Sexual Health Association, a member of the World Association of Sex Coaches, a contributing editor at Kinkly.com, and has hosted a popular weekly show on Playboy Radio.
With her new certification Rodgers will focus on healthy sexuality in relation to intimate products and how she can educate people to enhance their intimate lives in a positive manner. Her education and work will focus on the adult products industry, niche categories of sexuality that have typically been left out of the limelight and current trends of the moment.
To contact Sunny for expert guest appearances or sexual health training opportunities you can contact her at [email protected].