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Free Speech Coalition Representative to Speak at
“Sex in Video Games” Conference – June 8-9, 2006
April 25 , 2006 – The Free Speech Coalition is pleased to announce that one of its staff members, Communications Director Tom Hymes, will speak on a seminar panel during the upcoming Sex in Video Games Conference, being held June 8-9, 2006, at The Lodge at Union Square, located on the 3rd floor of the Kensington Park Hotel in San Francisco.
The first annual Sex in Video Games Conference is organized by Evergreen Events, and will focus on the design, development, and technology of sex in video games, with additional spotlight on issues regarding business matchmaking and networking.
Tom Hymes will speak on the “Morals & Ethics & Sex & Games” panel, scheduled for Friday, June 9, at 3:15 p.m., one of about a dozen seminars addressing the business and cultural issues surrounding the controversial subject. Other seminars on the schedule include, “Pleasing the Player: What Emergent Sex Can Teach Developers,” “Sex, Law and the First Amendment,” and “Integrating the Adult & Game Markets,” to name a few.
“Evergreen Events is to be commended for providing this exceptional opportunity to explore a hot subject – sex in video games,” said FSC’s Tom Hymes. “I am truly honored to be able to participate in an event that is attracting so many great people and so much well-deserved attention.”
Suzanne Freyjadis-Chuberka, President of Evergreen Events, said, "Evergreen Events is excited to be holding the first annual Sex in Video Games Conference which will help to integrate the games business and the adult entertainment industry in an effort to create even better Adult Only games. The panels for this event are intended to cover a wide variety of topics that are important to the business of sex in games. Through discussions that vary from how to sell games, design issues, as well as legal matters, this conference will give the attendees a handbook on the Adult Games business.
Free Speech Coalition is the trade organization of the adult entertainment industry. Its mission is to safeguard the industry from oppressive governmental regulation and to promote good business practices within the industry.