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Sex Ed for Grown Ups presents Pleasure Positivity at The Book Club

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Time 19:30
Date 16/05/17
Price £6
  • Produced by Thinking and Drinking
  • Price £6.00
  • Get ready for #ThinkingAndDrinking’s new series of events on sex, sexuality and gender - from science to strip-tease
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With just a third of women experiencing orgasm during sex, it’s time to break the pleasure taboo and create more egalitarian sexual connections.

Sophie Holloway from Ladies Come First will be on hand here to fill the pleasure gap in sex education, particularly from a female perspective. In this talk, find out how a lack of information, deep-rooted gender inequality and society’s shame around expressive female sexuality is standing between women and their pleasure, and unlock the tools to counteract this.

Knowledge is Queen, so come and learn some basic principles and tricks to understand and increase pleasure. Through Sophie’s Guide to the Female Orgasm and some pretty special take-home activities (cunnilingus and colouring, anyone?), find out what could happen if we brought female pleasure out of the shadows… ……………………………………………………………………………………….

COMPETITION: Win 1x pair of tickets to attend Sex Ed for Grown Ups presents Pleasure Positivity at The Book Club 7.30pm on 16th May. To enter the competition, send an email to ava@run-riot.com with the correct answer in the ‘subject’ line. The winner will be randomly selected.

Q: In this interview with I News, Thinking and Drinking programmer Jenna Mason said she came up with the idea for Sex Ed for Grown Ups after what?

A: .1) Seeing Chella Quint’s show Adventures in Menstruating at Edinburgh Fringe .2) Being unimpressed by the type of Sex Ed on offer at schools .3) Wanting to change how female pleasure is discussed in the mainstream .4) Deciding Fifty Shade of Grey shouldn’t be the end of the conversation on female pleasure