Saturday, September 25, 2010

Another Chance to Explore Sexual Freedom



Megan Andelloux is a fabulous woman. I think I've mentioned that one or two times?
I've had this program on my schedule for some time. I try never to miss a chance to hear awesome people talk about sex and sexuality in an informative, positive, and oftentimes funny way. If you're in the area, why not take some time on a Sunday afternoon and join me?



“Talking About the Taboo: Discussing Difficult Issues in Human Sexuality”

Join us for this educational conference where you will meet some of the brightest minds in the field of sexuality discussing the controversial, the challenging and the most thought provoking topics revolving around sexuality issues, (sex and shame, sex work issues, sex and aging, gender issues, sexual compulsivity and more).

Talking About the Taboo brings the medical communities, the activist communities and the pleasure communities all together under one roof. Come to the Center for Sexual Pleasure and Health for our 2nd annual conference encouraging adults to safely access information about sexuality in a community format.

What Can You Get Out of Attending?
• Ask our panelists and small group workshop leaders questions
• Get answers to your sexual health related questions at the medical booths
• Network with other sexuality professionals and see what they are up to and how you could collaborate with them
• Check out the newest toys on the market
• Enter our silent auction to ensure you walk away with some gear that will keep your mind and body working after the event

Date: Sunday, October 10th
Time: 1:00-5:00pm
Where: 250 Main Street, Pawtucket, RI at The Grant Building
Parking: Free and ample parking
Suggested donation: 5.00 (for students) 10.00 (for professionals)

About The CSPH
The CSPH is dedicated to empowering and educating individuals about sexual health and pleasure. The CSPH offers sexual health resources, counseling, lesson plans, and education materials, creating an environment where community members can come together to advocate for sexual health, pleasure and education.

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