Sex Club: Sharing knowledge & experience for a more fun sex life
- Wed 16th Oct 2019, 7pm – 10pm
- The Psychedelic Society, 8 Mackintosh Lane, London E9 6AB, UK
- Facebook event
- Enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org
The facilitators did a great job of creating a warm, relaxed, curious and respectful atmosphere. I was touched and amazed by some of the things people shared, deep and vulnerable experiences that normally you would never get a chance to hear about. I came away feeling very uplifted and at peace with the world. Thank you!
★ Do you want to talk about sex in detail?
★ Do you want to learn from the experience & knowledge of others?
★ Do you want to connect with like-minded people and make new friends?
Sex Club breaks the taboos around intimacy and sexuality. Come listen, come share with curiosity and in juicy detail, about sex, no sex, sexual dynamics, myths, monogamy, polyamory, the vagina, the penis, the anus, orgasms, no orgasms, spirituality, communication, menstruation, insecurities, pain, pleasure… you name it.
We believe that sharing experiences and becoming comfortable with talking about our sexuality is a first step to experiencing a more fun and conscious sex life. Come by yourself, with your friend(s), lover(s), partner(s).
With the consent of everyone, we will take note of practises, books and websites that might be helpful for further reading and sexploration. Participants will be invited to join a closed Facebook Group to continue to share and exchange experiences and knowledge.
The space will be held safely yet bravely. It is confidential and we each share only what we feel to share. Everyone is welcome, regardless of age, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, experience, religious beliefs, and otherwise.
19:00 - 19:15 Welcome
19:15 - 20:30 Sex Club Part 1
20:45 - 21:00 Tea break & snacks
21:00 - 22:00 Sex Club Part 2
To create a safe space with no disruptions no entry will be possible after 19:15.
TICKETS: Sex Club is a non-profit and intends to be accessible for everyone regardless of income. This is why we offer different income tiers and a volunteer option. The ‘Supporter’ tier is sponsoring people with lower income. Please contact us if you would like to apply for a free ticket in exchange for your time, or any other enquires: email@example.com.
Please note that we can not offer refunds. We do encourage swapping or reselling tickets on Ticketswap
David Chambers - Authentic Dating Podcast:
★★★★★ - WOW.... Just WOW. So much fun, so insightful, so open, accepting and the space was so well held. Met some amazing people and we discuss topics that i hadn't thought I would be interested in. I can't wait to the next one. My only complaint is that I wish it was all day. :)
Amy Cooper - Secret Seed Society:
★★★★★ - I have taken part in these conversational Sex Clubs before and found them really fascinating, safe, reassuring, enlightening, lightening, stimulating and opening I recommend them. It is not therapy but it is therapeutic, it is not about kinks or being straight or queer, it's whatever the group brings. The variety makes the conversation richer and the difference between us has always seemed to be reassuring. Come if you have sex, come if you don't have sex, come if you feel convinced you know something about sex and would like to share, come if you have no idea what questions you would ask about sex or what you would share. My take home was that we navigate sex for ourselves and can find inspiration and connection from others. Try it..."
Mark Wagner - MKII:
★★★★★ - What a blessing to have discovered Sex Club! A sharing circle where we can finally impart our experience, thoughts and feelings on a theme that concerns all of us: Sexuality. Staying well clear of personal judgement, opinions and dogma the atmosphere is warm and welcoming and most importantly acceptant of one and all. For me personally, the 'session' facilitated the integrated realisation that from here on, the evolution of my sexuality was intricately connected to my ability to communicate about sexuality.... So what better place to start than Sex Club!"
The space is not wheelchair accessible unfortunately. The workshop room is located on the second floor with no lift. Toilets are located on the first floor. The workshop features minimal visual cues and is suitable for people with visual impairment. The workshop features talking and listening and might not be suitable for people with a hearing impairment. Please enquire with us if you have questions. Sex Clubs are a sober space.