The Adult Film Festival Las Vegas

The Adult Film Festival Las Vegas

The 3rd Annual AFFLV is held during the hottest weekend of the year at the hottest museum in the world

The Adult Film Festival Las Vegas, takes place Jan. 26, 27, and 28th, 2018, at the Erotic Heritage Museum, located at 3275 Sammy Davis Jr. Drive, Las Vegas, Nevada. Running concurrently with the infamous AVN Adult Entertainment Expo-though not affiliated with that gathering of adult performers and business people-the AFFLV is unique in what it offers as well as where it is being offered.

The Erotic Heritage Museum hosts’ two floors of exhibits and artifacts, dedicated to the positive study and enjoyment of sex. Attendees to the Adult Film Festival Las Vegas will get free access to this must-see attraction, as well as enjoy a whole host of deliciously naughty diversions over the three days of the festival.

The Adult Film Festival Las Vegas was launched in 2015 by founder and current creative director Deajha Milan. Deajha began her career in the adult industry in 1999, appearing in over a dozen adult films, after which she branched out into producing. In addition to the round-up of adult films being shown this year, Deajha presents:

• Sexuality Educator, Sexologist, and Relationship Therapist Dr. Markie Twist, with her partner Ryan Twist, hosting a class on the art of Tantric sex for couples (clothing optional)
• A private nude/topless photo-op area,
• Featured music artist Ogeno, and Fans of Jimmy Century Band playing Friday and Saturday at the Sean Michaels Erotic Nights Ball Saturday night from 11pm to 3am.
• “Watching Porn” talk with Dr. Victoria Sunday at 2pm
• EHM”s residency “Puppetry of the Penis” show running during its usual times during weekend.
• Organic Kissing Booth featuring As You Like It Organics to benefit Sexual Assault Support Services (SASS) of Eugene, Oregon.
• After-Party included in the $25 price of each ticket.
More information on the Adult Film Festival Las Vegas can be found here: or by calling The Erotic Heritage Museum at 702-794-4000. The AFFLV has a zero sexual harassment tolerance policy, including the propositioning any of the talent or staff for sex while at the festival, and guests must ask for permission before touching anyone or they will be ejected.

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