Although not nearly as epic as Fat Pizza makes it seem, Sexpo is still good for a laugh, or at least a tent-pitcher. From my experience during the 2011 Perth Sexpo, it is safe to say that you must walk in open minded. If homosexual relations or BDSM offends you, then you may want to stick to the Royal Show. Otherwise, there is much kinky minded fun to be had, no matter what floats your boat.
As there is much to see and do, you may not want to come in with a half empty wallet; but there are still plenty of things available that won't leave you running for the ATM. Some of which include; live performances by comedian Russell Gilbert, hypnotist Mark Anthony, Miss Suzie Q, Boylesque, and Badboys Australia.
In regards to paid entertainment, the Sexpo Sex Train and Sex Maze are rather unimaginative, and drastically overpriced. However seeing how these are two negatives out of the many positives, there is still plenty left to keep you enthralled. Many activities such as the BodyLicious BodyPainting, and Carnal Carnival, are great for moronic entertainment, but what truly stands out (pun intended) is the ever-popular "Penile Artist", Pricasso. A man who can perform the ultimate party trick, with his uh…. well, you get the idea. You can also buy the art that Pricasso creates, but I must warn you, it is not a scratch and sniff.
Whilst splashing some cash at the variety of different stalls, why not meet some of the latest talent to hit the blue screen, catch a pole dance at The Laporium, or watch couples rock the casbah, in an uncensored performance of raunchy shadow theatre.
As long as you can leave the kids and prudes at home, Sexpo is an outing well worth taking. So stock up on your batteries, swing by, and have some naughty fun, at Australia's favourite event for the filthy minded.