Lovehoney, Dylan Alcott team up to tackle employment barriers

Lovehoney Australia has teamed up with the Dylan Alcott Foundation to provide a $10,000 grant to help young people with disabilities pursue careers in the sexual health and wellness sector.  The grant will be used to fund work experience opportunities and possible mentoring from industry-leading experts, such as Lovehoney ambassador and psycho-sexologist (and Dylan Alcott’s partner) Chantelle Otten, as well as cover the cost of course fees and equipment for successful applicants.  Th

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