Center for Sex and Culture

Sep 29

Dark Desires: The Erotic Lives of Black Women-Opening Day

October 1st, 2014

Exhibit Runs October 1, 2014–November 16, 2014

Reception Friday, October 10, 7-10 pm
Film Screening, Saturday, October 11, 7–9 pm A Good Day to Be Black & Sexy, plus Q&A with Dennis Dortch and Numa Perrier
Cheryl Dunye & crystal am nelson, Sunday, November 16, 7 pm, Emerging Scholars Program - Queer Cultural Center event

image

Michaela Pilar Brown

The Center for Sex and Culture is pleased to present the group exhibition, Dark Desires: The Erotic Lives of Black Women. 

What is the role of desire in the lives of black women (cis, trans, and woman-identified)?  

An important group exhibition, Dark Desires answers this question by exploring the history of the black erotic, broadly speaking, with a particular interest in black female-identified sexual subjectivities. Dark Desires features a selection of material from the Center’s library and archive as well to provide a much needed historical framework for the ways in which black female (identified) sexual positivity has been imagined and self-represented across spheres. Highlights include issues of the landmark magazine On Our Backs, the first women-run, lesbian erotica magazine in the United States; vintage BDSM pulp novels from Star Distributors that tell of the kinky exploits of black dommes; and a large scale centerfold poster published in September 1984’s Penthouse magazine that cost Vanessa Williams her Miss America crown; among other ephemera. 

We also have invited artists from around the country who work in a range of media—photography, drawing, video, collage, and sound sculpture—to bring into relief the ways in which contemporary visual artists and their black female (identified) subjects are engaging with this history and self-defined notions of the erotic, pleasure, desire and their uses in their own lives and in the worlds through which they circulate. In this portion of the exhibition we present Michaela Pilar Brown, whose large-scale color photographs explore the ways in which history and memory leave traces on and through the body; Rashayla Marie Brown, whose photographic and video performance works included here subverts the power dynamics of the Gaze and reveals the tensions that engorge desire in search of an object; Ajuan Mance, whose drawings of men she meets on the streets of the Bay Area challenges conventional notions of where queer black female desire is located; Megan Morgan, whose practice grapples with the eroticization of visibly miscegenated bodies and the sexual histories they expose; Nanci Nwamaka Ikejimba Muraoka, whose sound sculptures explore sexual experimentation and discovery between and among black women; co-founder of the entertainment and lifestyle network Black&Sexy TV, Numa Perrier, whose selfies are a testament to the ways back women not only see themselves, but also desire to be seen; Keisha Scarville, whose black and white photographs present the body as the primary site where pleasure and trauma collide and entwine; Cascade Wilhelm, a white artist whose nude photographic portraits of the curator—a queer black woman—disrupt commonly accepted notions of racial and sexual objectification; and Visions from the New California award winning artist Suné Woods, whose new large-scale collages mine desire as something that is at once sexual, sensual, and political.

image

Numa Perrier

Participating artists: 
Michaela Pilar Brown (Charleston, SC)
Rashayla Marie Brown (Chicago, IL)
Ajuan Mance (Oakland, CA)
Megan Morgan (Sacramento, CA)
Nanci Nwamaka Ikejimba Muraoka (Los Angeles, CA)
Numa Perrier (Los Angeles, CA / Black&SexyTV)
Keisha Scarville (Brooklyn, NY)
Cascade Wilhelm (Los Angeles, CA)
Suné Woods (Los Angeles, CA)

Free and open to the public, the reception for Dark Desires is Friday, October 10, 2014, 7–10 pm at the Center for Sex and Culture. There will be an artist roundtable discussion led by the curator at 7:30 pm.

On Saturday, October 11, 2014, 7–9 pm, we will screen A Good Day to Be Black & Sexy, which we will follow with a Q&A of director, writer, producer Dennis Dortch and co-producer and Dark Desires artist Numa Perrier. The screening takes place at the Center for Sex and Culture. Seating capacity is 100.

On Sunday November 16, 2014, 7-9 pm, Center for Sex and Culture will host the Queer Cultural Center’s Emerging Scholars Program event, a conversation between crystal am nelson and filmmaker and educator Cheryl Dunye. 

Dark Desires is curated and organized by crystal am nelson. For more information about the curator, please visitwww.crystalamnelson.com.

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Rashayla Marie Brown

About the Center for Sex and Culture

The Mission of the Center for Sex & Culture is to provide judgment-free education, cultural events, a library/media archive, and other resources to audiences across the sexual and gender spectrum; and to research and disseminate factual information, framing and informing issues of public policy and public health. 

The Center for Sex and Culture
1349 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94103
Gallery hours, Monday 11 am-4 pm and by appointment contact dorian@sexandculture.org

Aug 27

School of Shimmy: Above the Boobs: Hair and Make Up Tips

Monday, Sept 29
 @ Center For Sex and Culture 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

This is your chance to accentuate your look, use hair pieces and wigs. Learn the proper care of fake hair, the secrets to being seen by the back row and just how to get that glittery lipstick. Most materials provided. Please bring if you have: base, make-up brushes, mascara and liquid eyeliner.

All classes are open to students of any age or gender who want to shake it on stage or in the bedroom. No previous dance or performance experience is required.
email RHBreservations@gmail.com for your spot. 

Aug 26

Naked Girls Reading! 
Oct. 2, 8-10:30pm
The Un-Scripted Theater533 Sutter StUpstairsSan Francisco, CA 94115San Francisco’s Naked Girls return for another round of honoring Banned Books Week! Join your hostess, Kristine Wilson,and your San Francisco Naked Girls…Ophelia Coeur de Noir, Mimi DeMure, Madame Rebecca and Carol QueenWe will have a new list of Banned selections for you.And you will wonder why they were ever banned in the first place, or you’ll see why!We are going to have another ‘Guess the Passage’ contest, and the winner will receive 2 tickets to the next Naked Girls Reading show in San Francisco.Plus we will be donating a portion of the proceeds to IEP/Immune Enhancement Project over at 3450 16th St. in the Castro! Providing San Francisco with high-quality & affordable Traditional Chinese Medicine for over 20 years!http://www.iepclinic.com/TIX: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/naked-girls-reading-san-francisco-presents-banned-books-tickets-13084107919?aff=eac2

Naked Girls Reading! 

Oct. 2, 8-10:30pm


The Un-Scripted Theater
533 Sutter St
Upstairs
San Francisco, CA 94115

San Francisco’s Naked Girls return for another round of honoring Banned Books Week! 

Join your hostess, Kristine Wilson,and your San Francisco Naked Girls…

Ophelia Coeur de Noir, Mimi DeMure, Madame Rebecca and Carol Queen

We will have a new list of Banned selections for you.

And you will wonder why they were ever banned in the first place, or you’ll see why!

We are going to have another ‘Guess the Passage’ contest, and the winner will receive 2 tickets to the next Naked Girls Reading show in San Francisco.

Plus we will be donating a portion of the proceeds to IEP/Immune Enhancement Project over at 3450 16th St. in the Castro! 
Providing San Francisco with high-quality & affordable Traditional Chinese Medicine for over 20 years!http://www.iepclinic.com/

TIX: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/naked-girls-reading-san-francisco-presents-banned-books-tickets-13084107919?aff=eac2

Arse Elektronika San Francisco 2014: TRANS*.*

Talks, machines, games, workshops and performances.
October 2-5, 2014 in San Francisco, USA.

http://www.monochrom.at/arse-elektronika/about.html

Trans is a Latin noun or prefix, meaning “across”, “beyond” or “on the opposite side”. What does that mean for sex and technology?
- Transitions, translations, transgressions, transistors & transducers, transactions, transmission (specifically sexually transmitted infections), transdermal?
- How does sex change as we age? As we grow, as we mature? And what about old age? Sex in nursing homes? Sex when people have lost much of their sense of identity with Alzheimer’s Disease and the like, but are still horny, still sexual entities? How do pharma and biotech help/monetize this situation?
- Sex under drugs, sex under other altered states? Is Viagra a drug? At what point does a loss of cognitive function take away our ability to consent?
- Transnationality and sex. What about translations and transitions across cultures? For example: Hacking, porn, dissent in Iran? Purity Balls and the American obsession with virginity whatever that really means?
- How does our sex and our perception of sex change with the introduction of new gadgets? Who are the early (sexual) adopters? And what about the adapters? What about (white male) privilege and new gadgets? Google Glass Ceiling?
- SCOT (social construction of technology) research, such as that of Mackenzie and Wajcman, argues that the path of innovation and its social consequences are strongly, if not entirely shaped by society itself through the influence of culture, politics, economic arrangements, regulatory mechanisms and the like. So if its true that technology itself doesnt matter, but the social or economic system in which it is embedded (Langdon Winner), then what does that tell us about the transition from sex tech into the cultural mainstream?
- Is human sexual behavior transforming our planet? What’s the sexual side of the anthropocene?
- Transgression and mechanophila? Is our technological society driven by erotogenic fixation on machinery? What about hardcore pornography such as Fucking Machines? Can this be seen as constituting the limit of current sexual biopolitics?
- Sex puppets, Real Dolls and the Uncanny Valley? A never-ending transition?
- Teagan Widmer’s latest app, Refuge Restrooms, highlights the importance of providing safe public accommodations for trans people. How can apps like Widmers help with tasks that most people take for granted, like the ability to use the bathroom?
- Is trans* a controversial label online? How do we develop language-theory-activism in general? Programming languages are designed to be inclusive of “trans” in a broad sense for both binary and non-binary gender modalities. Does it have transmisogynist qualities?
- Feminists, among other critical scholars, have long argued the problems with the notion of the Transcendental. Focusing on the transcendental moves our attention away from the day-to-day struggles involving the material and instead replaces it with transcendent ideas and ideals. How is this manifested through issues of sexuality and technology? What can we do about it? What are the power struggles involved, positionalities afforded and relationships to, that transcendental modes of thought afford for socio-economically marginalized populations? Can we compare and contrast notions of transcendence alongside notions of immanence? What is the role of the body and embodiment with respect to transcendentalism? What are the implications of transcendental for power? Grassroots activism? Citizens’ movements? Open source? Hacking? Can we have visions of the future without being transcendental?
- And, last but not least, since sex is a pretty biological thing (insofar as things are biological things), we want to remind of genetics with our theme. Genetic transformation/translation/transcription/transmission.

Aug 25

How To Create An Effective Online Profile & Write Messages That Will Get Good Responses

Thursday 10/9, 7:30 pm
$20

The world is the now the Internet … and if you don’t know how to use it then you are at a serious disadvantage in making any kind of connection: employment, social, artistic and – most of all – erotic. In this class, M. Christian will not just explore how to use the Internet and various sites as a resource to explore your own sexuality in any form, but also how to create an effective and alluring online profile. But creating a digital ‘self’ is only part of it: participants will also get tips on how to reach out in imaginative ways that will get a positive response, the important things that are too often forgotten and other social niceties that can be the difference between frustration and disappointment and having a wonderful and sexy time online!

Aug 01

Dark Desires: The Erotic Lives of Black Women-Opening Reception

October 10, 7-10 pm

Exhibit Runs October 1, 2014–November 16, 2014

Film Screening, Saturday, October 11, 7–9 pm A Good Day to Be Black & Sexy, plus Q&A with Dennis Dortch and Numa Perrier

Cheryl Dunye & crystal am nelson, Sunday, November 16, 7 pm, Emerging Scholars Program - Queer Cultural Center event

image

Michaela Pilar Brown

The Center for Sex and Culture is pleased to present the group exhibition, Dark Desires: The Erotic Lives of Black Women. 

What is the role of desire in the lives of black women (cis, trans, and woman-identified)?  

An important group exhibition, Dark Desires answers this question by exploring the history of the black erotic, broadly speaking, with a particular interest in black female-identified sexual subjectivities. Dark Desires features a selection of material from the Center’s library and archive as well to provide a much needed historical framework for the ways in which black female (identified) sexual positivity has been imagined and self-represented across spheres. Highlights include issues of the landmark magazine On Our Backs, the first women-run, lesbian erotica magazine in the United States; vintage BDSM pulp novels from Star Distributors that tell of the kinky exploits of black dommes; and a large scale centerfold poster published in September 1984’s Penthouse magazine that cost Vanessa Williams her Miss America crown; among other ephemera. 

We also have invited artists from around the country who work in a range of media—photography, drawing, video, collage, and sound sculpture—to bring into relief the ways in which contemporary visual artists and their black female (identified) subjects are engaging with this history and self-defined notions of the erotic, pleasure, desire and their uses in their own lives and in the worlds through which they circulate. In this portion of the exhibition we present Michaela Pilar Brown, whose large-scale color photographs explore the ways in which history and memory leave traces on and through the body; Rashayla Marie Brown, whose photographic and video performance works included here subverts the power dynamics of the Gaze and reveals the tensions that engorge desire in search of an object; Ajuan Mance, whose drawings of men she meets on the streets of the Bay Area challenges conventional notions of where queer black female desire is located; Megan Morgan, whose practice grapples with the eroticization of visibly miscegenated bodies and the sexual histories they expose; Nanci Nwamaka Ikejimba Muraoka, whose sound sculptures explore sexual experimentation and discovery between and among black women; co-founder of the entertainment and lifestyle network Black&Sexy TV, Numa Perrier, whose selfies are a testament to the ways back women not only see themselves, but also desire to be seen; Keisha Scarville, whose black and white photographs present the body as the primary site where pleasure and trauma collide and entwine; Cascade Wilhelm, a white artist whose nude photographic portraits of the curator—a queer black woman—disrupt commonly accepted notions of racial and sexual objectification; and Visions from the New California award winning artist Suné Woods, whose new large-scale collages mine desire as something that is at once sexual, sensual, and political.

image

Numa Perrier

Participating artists: 
Michaela Pilar Brown (Charleston, SC)
Rashayla Marie Brown (Chicago, IL)
Ajuan Mance (Oakland, CA)
Megan Morgan (Sacramento, CA)
Nanci Nwamaka Ikejimba Muraoka (Los Angeles, CA)
Numa Perrier (Los Angeles, CA / Black&SexyTV)
Keisha Scarville (Brooklyn, NY)
Cascade Wilhelm (Los Angeles, CA)
Suné Woods (Los Angeles, CA)

Free and open to the public, the reception for Dark Desires is Friday, October 10, 2014, 7–10 pm at the Center for Sex and Culture. There will be an artist roundtable discussion led by the curator at 7:30 pm.

On Saturday, October 11, 2014, 7–9 pm, we will screen A Good Day to Be Black & Sexy, which we will follow with a Q&A of director, writer, producer Dennis Dortch and co-producer and Dark Desires artist Numa Perrier. The screening takes place at the Center for Sex and Culture. Seating capacity is 100.

On Sunday November 16, 2014, 7-9 pm, Center for Sex and Culture will host the Queer Cultural Center’s Emerging Scholars Program event, a conversation between crystal am nelson and filmmaker and educator Cheryl Dunye. 

Dark Desires is curated and organized by crystal am nelson. For more information about the curator, please visitwww.crystalamnelson.com.

image

Rashayla Marie Brown

About the Center for Sex and Culture

The Mission of the Center for Sex & Culture is to provide judgment-free education, cultural events, a library/media archive, and other resources to audiences across the sexual and gender spectrum; and to research and disseminate factual information, framing and informing issues of public policy and public health. 

The Center for Sex and Culture
1349 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94103
Gallery hours, Monday 11 am-4 pm and by appointment contact dorian@sexandculture.org

- See more at: http://www.sexandculture.org/#sthash.lDJmRhE4.dpuf

Dark Desires: The Erotic Lives of Black Women: Film Screening: A Good Day to Be Black & Sexy

 Saturday, October 11, 2014, 7–9 pm

Center for Sex and Culture

We will screen A Good Day to Be Black & Sexy, which we will follow with a Q&A of director, writer, producer Dennis Dortch and co-producer and Dark Desires artist Numa Perrier.  Seating capacity is 100

Writers With Drinks


When: Saturday, 10/11, from 7:30 PM to 9:30, doors open 6:30
How much: $5 to $10, all proceeds benefit the CSC 
Where: The Make Out Room, 3225 22nd. St., San Francisco

About Writers With Drinks:
Writers With Drinks has won numerous “Best ofs” from local newspapers, and has been mentioned in 7x7, Spin Magazine and one of Armistead Maupin’s Tales of the City novels. The spoken word “variety show” mixes genres to raise money for local causes. The award-winning show includes poetry, stand-up comedy, science fiction, fantasy, romance, mystery, literary fiction, erotica, memoir, zines and blogs in a freewheeling format.

Monday 10/13, 7:30 pm
SF Jacks - now in our 26th year of Pubic Service!*
Just dik… desire… and lots of naked guys in a room!  
  * SF Jacks meat the 2nd and 4th Monday of each month   
* Doors: 7:30 - 8:30 PM only, play until you’re finished   
* $7 Donation Suggested; no one turned away for lack of funds   
* 13th Jacks Virgin is our guest!   
* For more info, call: 415 267-6999
http://www.sfjacks.com/

Monday 10/13, 7:30 pm

SF Jacks - now in our 26th year of Pubic Service!*

Just dik… desire… and lots of naked guys in a room!  

  * SF Jacks meat the 2nd and 4th Monday of each month   

* Doors: 7:30 - 8:30 PM only, play until you’re finished   

* $7 Donation Suggested; no one turned away for lack of funds   

* 13th Jacks Virgin is our guest!   

* For more info, call: 415 267-6999

http://www.sfjacks.com/

San Francisco Dominance/submission Discussion Group
October 20, 7:30 pm

o   meets at the Center for Sex and Culture
o   generally meets on the third Monday of each month, from 7:30-9:30pm
o   doors open at 7:00pm; meeting starts at 7:30pm

Join us at the CSC (Center for Sex and Culture):

   CSC
   1349 Mission Street
   San Francisco, CA 94103
   phone: (415) 902-2071
   email: info@sexandculture.org
   web: http://www.sexandculture.org/
   OpenStreetMap: http://bit.ly/14awr3x

for a directed discussion—held in a spirit of fellowship and mutual
respect, on matters pertaining to Mastery, slavery, Dominance and
submission, with an emphasis on our M/s and D/s lives—among persons
of a variety of backgrounds, views, sensibilities, and philosophies.

The meeting is open to adults having a sincere, positive, personal
interest in M/s or D/s, and who agree to keep confidential, within
their own dynamic, what transpires at the meeting. All roles, gender
identifications, and orientations are welcome. Please RSVP(*) in
the week preceding the meeting to either of these addresses:

   Eric Arkouda EArkouda@mailworks.org
   SF D/s Discussion Group mailing list SFDsDG@yahoogroups.com

A $5-$10 donation to our host, the CSC, is requested.

SFDsDG Meeting Dates in 2014:
Jan20 Feb17 Mar17 Apr21 May19 Jun16 Jul21 Aug18 Sep15 Oct20 Nov17 Dec15
—
* RSVP: Please respond if there’s a reasonable chance of your being
 able to attend; this is a requested courtesy, for my gathering of
 rough numbers for handout materials, and for saying hello to you.

It is ok to redistribute this official description.
Home: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/SFDsDG/
Last-Modified: Tue, 31 Dec 2013 16:18:00 PST

San Francisco Dominance/submission Discussion Group

October 20, 7:30 pm

o   meets at the Center for Sex and Culture

o   generally meets on the third Monday of each month, from 7:30-9:30pm

o   doors open at 7:00pm; meeting starts at 7:30pm

Join us at the CSC (Center for Sex and Culture):

   CSC

   1349 Mission Street

   San Francisco, CA 94103

   phone: (415) 902-2071

   email: info@sexandculture.org

   web: http://www.sexandculture.org/

   OpenStreetMap: http://bit.ly/14awr3x

for a directed discussion—held in a spirit of fellowship and mutual

respect, on matters pertaining to Mastery, slavery, Dominance and

submission, with an emphasis on our M/s and D/s lives—among persons

of a variety of backgrounds, views, sensibilities, and philosophies.

The meeting is open to adults having a sincere, positive, personal

interest in M/s or D/s, and who agree to keep confidential, within

their own dynamic, what transpires at the meeting. All roles, gender

identifications, and orientations are welcome. Please RSVP(*) in

the week preceding the meeting to either of these addresses:

   Eric Arkouda EArkouda@mailworks.org

   SF D/s Discussion Group mailing list SFDsDG@yahoogroups.com

A $5-$10 donation to our host, the CSC, is requested.

SFDsDG Meeting Dates in 2014:

Jan20 Feb17 Mar17 Apr21 May19 Jun16 Jul21 Aug18 Sep15 Oct20 Nov17 Dec15

* RSVP: Please respond if there’s a reasonable chance of your being

 able to attend; this is a requested courtesy, for my gathering of

 rough numbers for handout materials, and for saying hello to you.

It is ok to redistribute this official description.

Home: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/SFDsDG/

Last-Modified: Tue, 31 Dec 2013 16:18:00 PST

Queerbody: Get More of the Sex You Want: Flirting & Cruising

Tuesday, 10/21, 7-10pm


Sign up: http://www.queerbody.com/events/

    Do you want to connect with new people and potential lovers more easily?
    Have you ever been cruised and totally missed it?
    Have you had a friend point it out to you when you got cruised or flirted with?
    Are you ever jealous or envious of your friends who seem to connect with guys easily?
    Have you ever wished that meeting and picking up guys was easier for you?

In this fun and playful *free* introductory workshop, we’ll be:

    playing with body language and other non-verbal cues
    learning successful flirting and cruising techniques and strategies.
    changing the way you think about and experience flirting, so you don’t have to *think about it* but can just play and enjoy connecting with new guys!

Flirting is *fun*! It’s a way of playing with people socially.

If you sometimes find yourself stuck, paralyzed with nerves, or just plain confused about what’s supposed to be happening, this is a great place to come and have a new, more fun experience!

Erotic Reading Circle
Wednesday 10/22, 7:30 pm
$5 suggested donation 

Come  share new or old work with us! We listen non-judgmentally and share our  responses with any writer/reader who feels s/he/ze can benefit from  peers’ feedback. And it’s great practice if you’ve been thinking about  doing any public readings. We welcome writers of any experience level  and every orientation. A Best of the Bay award-winning event! 4th  Wednesdays.

Facilitated by Jen Cross (of Writing Ourselves Whole) and Carol Queen

Erotic Reading Circle

Wednesday 10/22, 7:30 pm

$5 suggested donation 

Come  share new or old work with us! We listen non-judgmentally and share our  responses with any writer/reader who feels s/he/ze can benefit from  peers’ feedback. And it’s great practice if you’ve been thinking about  doing any public readings. We welcome writers of any experience level  and every orientation. A Best of the Bay award-winning event! 4th  Wednesdays.

Facilitated by Jen Cross (of Writing Ourselves Whole) and Carol Queen

Jul 29

Dirty Words: a monthly erotic writing playdate with Jen Cross

Fourth Saturday of every month — 10/25 afternoon

Ever read through a sexy short story and thought, “I’d like to do that!”? In this monthly writing group, you can try your hand at some explicit erotic writing.

Come together with a fun and supportive group of writers and dive into your own sexy and surprising new writing! This group is designed to leave you more confident with sexual language, erotic expression, and your own writing practice. You’ll receive immediate and concrete feedback about what’s already working (and hot!) in your writing, and will leave with several new pieces of work.

Don’t be surprised if you find, as have previous participants, that you’re more comfortable discussing your own sexual desires after practicing writing about fictional sex! Bring your notebooks or laptops and your most open mind.

Unless otherwise noted, this group meets on the fourth Saturday of the month. Fee for this group is $25-50, sliding scale. Limited to 10 writers!

No previous writing experience necessary! Workshops held in San Francisco at the Center for Sex and Culture (1349 Mission St.); pre-registration is required — please write to jennifer@writingourselveswhole.org with questions or to register.

Jul 01

SF Jacks - now in our 27th year of Pubic Service!
Monday 10/27
  * Just dik… desire… and lots of naked guys in a room!
 * SF Jacks meat the 2nd and 4th Monday of each month. 
* Doors: 7:30 - 8:30 PM only, play until you’re finished. 
* $7 Donation Suggested; no one turned away for lack of funds. 
* 13th Jacks Virgin is our guest! 
* For more info, call: 415 267-6999 sfjacks.com 

SF Jacks - now in our 27th year of Pubic Service!

Monday 10/27

  * Just dik… desire… and lots of naked guys in a room!

 * SF Jacks meat the 2nd and 4th Monday of each month. 

* Doors: 7:30 - 8:30 PM only, play until you’re finished. 

* $7 Donation Suggested; no one turned away for lack of funds. 

* 13th Jacks Virgin is our guest! 

* For more info, call: 415 267-6999 sfjacks.com 

Jun 29

P O S T P O N E D ! ! ! !
❤️❤️❤️Sorry kittens. The screening has been postponed to a future date that will be announced soon. ❤️❤️❤️
The C L E V E R Screen and the Center for Sex and Culture Present Courtney Trouble
September 25, 2014
7 pm
Please join C L E V E R Media Arts in collaboration with the Center for Sex and Culture for a “clever” conversation with queer porn icon COURTNEY TROUBLE. Courtney is the founder of TROUBLEfilms, IndiePornRevolution.Com, and QueerPorn.TV, as well of the director of 14 full-length films, including Fuckstyles, Seven Minutes In Heaven: Coming Out!, and the Roulette series.  


 
Courtney will present several of her award winning short films and discuss her female-forward porn aesthetic that has revolutionized the Adult Video world.  Some of her cast members will be present.
 
More about Courtney Trouble here 
More about CLEVER here
More about the Center For Sex and Culture here
 
Center for Sex and Culture 1349 Mission StreetSan Francisco, CA
 
TICKETS: sliding scale $10-$12

P O S T P O N E D ! ! ! !

❤️❤️❤️Sorry kittens. The screening has been postponed to a future date that will be announced soon. ❤️❤️❤️

The C L E V E R Screen and the Center for Sex and Culture Present Courtney Trouble

September 25, 2014

7 pm

Please join C L E V E R Media Arts in collaboration with the Center for Sex and Culture for a “clever” conversation with queer porn icon COURTNEY TROUBLE. Courtney is the founder of TROUBLEfilms, IndiePornRevolution.Com, and QueerPorn.TV, as well of the director of 14 full-length films, including Fuckstyles, Seven Minutes In Heaven: Coming Out!, and the Roulette series.  

 

Courtney will present several of her award winning short films and discuss her female-forward porn aesthetic that has revolutionized the Adult Video world.  Some of her cast members will be present.

 

More about Courtney Trouble here

More about CLEVER here

More about the Center For Sex and Culture here

 

Center for Sex and Culture 
1349 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA

 

TICKETS: sliding scale $10-$12