[SSEX BBOX] WEB DOCUMENTARY SERIES PREMIERE ♥ Episodes #3 and #4
Saturday, April 21, 2012 3:45pm
FILM SCREENING + CONVERSATIONS THAT MATTER + GOOD GLASS OF WINE!
»> FILM SCREENING @ 4:00 PM ♥ (30min)
@ Artists’ Television Access
992 Valencia St, San Francisco, CA 94110
THIS EVENT WILL SCREEN THE THIRD AND FOURTH EPISODES OF THE [SSEX BBOX] DOCUMENTARY SERIES.
Explore the world outside of your sex box through thought-provoking interviews with nationally recognized sex educators and sex-perts , such as ; Dossie Easton, MFT (Psychotherapist & Writer), Chris White, PhD ( Director of Education and Training at the NSRC), Charlie Glickman, PhD (Sex Educator & Sex-Positive Activist) Jessi Fischer, MA (Writer & Sex Educator) and more…
Meet the director and [SSEX BBOX] crew after the film!
[SSEX BBOX] is a social justice web series and documentary that aspires to create sexual awareness worldwide. We believe that sex should be discussed, explored, felt and consciously experienced more “outside of the box”. [SSEX BBOX] expands consciousness by examining and challenging two dimensional, archaic and obsolete understandings of sexuality and gender.
Constructing community, education, & dialogue - dismantling ignorance, isolation & shame…
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