Femtech in Asia - S1E3 The Hedonist Store with Sabrina Angela Meier
Femtech In Asia is your window into the world of femtech and sexual wellness in Asia, brought to you by The Della HQ.
I believe that we are on the cusp of high growth in this space, in this region, and I’d love more people around the world to know about the work, and meet the incredible personalities and businesses in the industry.
In this episode, I speak with Sabrina Angela Meier from The Hedonist Store in Singapore.
The Hedonist Store is a sex positive space empowering women to self love, and find their pleasure and wellness. I find how how they started, why they started, how it’s been going, and what they can tell us about destigmatising the taboo topic of pleasure, even encouraging it, in Singapore.
We chat about the infamous House of Condoms (you knew your friends knew about the place and you knew everyone went in but no one would admit to it!), The Hedonist Store’s events, breathwork, yin yoga and upcoming plans for the company.
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