Sex shows to become part of hotel entertainment packages

23 January 2007 by
Sex shows to become part of hotel entertainment packages

Live sex shows on-demand could be part of the hotel package of the future, according to sex-entertainment industry experts.

The concept of providing live sex shows on TV instead of just selling standard porn films, as is currently the norm, was proposed by Gregory Clayman, owner of live-action company Video Secrets at Internext, an annual trade show for the industry in Las Vegas.

He told the New York Times: "We feel that live, right now, is coming of age. We are planning to make the jump to hotel rooms."

Clayman added that as TVs and computers merge, there was no reason live action sex could not become part of the on-demand hotel service.

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By Emily Manson

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