Sunny Megatron - Sex Educator & Pleasure Advocate

Sunny Megatron is an adult sexuality educator, public speaker, sex blogger at, and pleasure advocate. She guest lectures at universities and teaches at public and private venues across the country with her partner, Ken Melvoin-Berg. They cover a wide variety of topics including Intro to BDSM, Sex Toys 101, Oral Sex Basics, The G-spot and Female Orgasm, Anal Play, Non-Monogamy, Electric Play, and more.

In her home city of Chicago, Sunny also hosts Red Light District Sex Tours. These tours are part sex history and part modern day sex-ed and allow guests to visit some of the sexiest spots in the city for hands-on instruction. Sunny makes television appearances and was most recently featured hosting a Sex Tour on The Travel Channel. Behind the scenes she is an adult content copywriter penning how-to’s on sensual subjects ranging from the commonplace to extreme. Sunny’s most current project is as pleasure products segment host on an upcoming national television show about sex and the adult industry.

This former “vanilla,” corporate, working mom became an active member of the BDSM and non-monogamous communities in her mid 30’s. Her unique experiences and mid-life revelations are what help make her so relatable to people at various points in their sexual journey. These experiences also served as the catalyst that inspired her to pursue a second career in adult sex ed. Sunny is most known for her approach-ability, humor, and ability to present alternative sexuality topics in a way that is accessible and understandable to the mainstream. She is also extensively knowledgeable about sex enhancers like dildos, vibrators, and BDSM gear.

Passionate about sex positivity, self exploration, pleasure based sex education, sexual safety, and women’s issues, Sunny believes sexuality isn’t shameful and it’s time we stop making it out to be. Her goal is to normalize all types of sexuality and end sexual stigma. Sunny particularly enjoys helping those curious about adding a little spice to their sex lives that aren’t sure where to begin.

Sunny Megatron is (in no particular order)
A Pleasure Advocate
Happily Partnered
Sex Blogger
Evil Scientist of Orgasms
Sex Educator
Body Positive
BDSM & Sexuality Copywriter
Accidental Superhero
Geeky Gamer Girl
CalExotics Expert Sexpert
Oxytocin Junkie
Public Speaker
Fucksaw Rabble-Rouser
Chicago Historian
Upcoming TV Segment Host
Tattoo Enthusiast
Professional Masturbator
Continual Jokester
Tour Guide
Glasses Whore
On a Sex Positive Mission

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Can you help find my sisters & brother? Details on Facebook thanks!

Someone at target did this to the kleenex and it wasn’t me.

Our first married selfie #nopantswedding

Omg we’re getting married in four days!!!!!!

Flying to San Fran on a zombie plane ;)

It’s getting more and more official with each and every day!


Female Body Perfection 👙


Female Body Perfection 👙

Hope I’m not too late !
One of my fantasies was spontaneous sex with a stranger. He’s not really a stranger anymore, but this was definitely a new experience for me - having met for the first time in person just to have sex (and photograph it, of course). It was a fantastic experience, and he helped me finally end things with my stuck-in-a-rut fwb. Which felt so good. I feel free! I am really grateful to him for helping me realize this fantasy and move on with my life.

Also, he’s excellent in bed. Which was very refreshing.

Best wishes to you, Lioness <3

-myself and ohaddicted

(via sexual-feelings)



Hmmm… I am going to go with not complacency but maybe the fact that sex ed in this country is HORRIBLE. It does not teach teens/younger people what they need to know to have a healthy sex life! Guess what, that includes teaching them about HIV and how important it is to be tested. Not just talking about vaginal-penis transmission either, but all forms of transmission. 

Seriously? Out of ALL the possible reasons that a teenager wouldn’t get tested, they picked “complacency”? Not “I’m afraid my parents will find out” or “I can’t afford testing by myself” or “I can’t get myself to a hospital or clinic”?

Hernandez-Trujillo added that teens need to take responsibility for themselves. “If you are responsible enough to engage in sexual activity, you are responsible enough to take care of your own health,” she said.

These are TEENAGERS. Recognize that they don’t have the same abilities and power as adults and fix that. You want to make sure teens get tested? Destigmatize it. Make it routine. Make parents understand that it’s important. Make it cost-effective. Don’t blame teens for not taking care of themselves when literally everything around them is working against that.


There are always time for shenanigans when working #vivashenanigans

I’ve never been on a plane this small in my life. I’m concerned we may land on Fantasy Island.

Boarded the plane and ready to come home :)


I bet you’ll never guess where I was today ;)

Boobs on a plane!