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101 Vagina Exhibit and Book LaunchSaturday 19 April – Sunday 27 April, 2014Daily 12-5pm
OPENING NIGHT:Saturday 19th April, 6-9pm
VENUE:Goforaloop Gallery & Studios1458 San Bruno AvenueSan Francisco
 Moving, celebratory, and intense, this crowdfunded photo book uses a simple but powerful format to get its message under your skin: a black and white photo of each woman’s pubis (belly to thigh), plus her own statement, story, poem or rant about her relationship to her vagina and other pleasure parts. The photos aren’t spread-legged, so they don’t carry the visual explicitness of Femalia, though I like the women’s visible body variations of size, age, skin color, public hair choices, labia visibility, and body modification. But the book’s extraordinary gift is the voices of the women, some grappling with their own histories of body discomfort and even abuse, moving toward self-acceptance, humor, and a true embrace of the power of the pussy. This isn’t just a love letter to the vajayjay from Australian photographer Philip Werner—it’s a book about self-respect. Foreword by Toni Childs.  101 Vagina was exhibited at Think Tank Gallery in Los Angeles last week and now moves to San Francisco at Goforaloop Gallery.
101 Vagina is about breaking down the taboo around the Vagina and body image shame generally. It’s also about the sharing of story and celebration of our diversity.
On our opening night we had talks from Marriage & Family Therapist, Human Sexuality Professor, Sexologist, Sex Therapist: Dr. Hernando Chaves and Sex Educator Elle Chase (Lady Cheeky). It was covered in the LA Weekly
101 Vagina has appeared in many of Australia’s most respected media outlets. From April 5th the exhibition is in North America and through each of its exhibitions, discussions and art activities are scheduled where we hope to attract interest from women’s organizations, sex educators, academics and artists. There is also a Craftinoon table where people can craft their own art. Images on LA Weekly.
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101 Vagina exhibition and book tour will start in Los Angeles (5-13 April) before visiting San Francisco (19-27 April), Montreal (17-25 May), New York (3-8 June) and finishing in Toronto (14-22 June)
www.101vagina.com
Available from the website, $5 from each book is being donated to charities working to heal or end violence against women and girls.
Naturally, feel free to attend any time during the exhibition tour in San Francisco. If you wish to interview Philip, please RSVP.

101 Vagina Exhibit and Book Launch
Saturday 19 April – Sunday 27 April, 2014
Daily 12-5pm

OPENING NIGHT:
Saturday 19th April, 6-9pm

VENUE:
Goforaloop Gallery & Studios
1458 San Bruno Avenue
San Francisco


Moving, celebratory, and intense, this crowdfunded photo book uses a simple but powerful format to get its message under your skin: a black and white photo of each woman’s pubis (belly to thigh), plus her own statement, story, poem or rant about her relationship to her vagina and other pleasure parts. The photos aren’t spread-legged, so they don’t carry the visual explicitness of Femalia, though I like the women’s visible body variations of size, age, skin color, public hair choices, labia visibility, and body modification. But the book’s extraordinary gift is the voices of the women, some grappling with their own histories of body discomfort and even abuse, moving toward self-acceptance, humor, and a true embrace of the power of the pussy. This isn’t just a love letter to the vajayjay from Australian photographer Philip Werner—it’s a book about self-respect. Foreword by Toni Childs.
101 Vagina was exhibited at Think Tank Gallery in Los Angeles last week and now moves to San Francisco at Goforaloop Gallery.

101 Vagina is about breaking down the taboo around the Vagina and body image shame generally. It’s also about the sharing of story and celebration of our diversity.

On our opening night we had talks from Marriage & Family Therapist, Human Sexuality Professor, Sexologist, Sex Therapist: Dr. Hernando Chaves and Sex Educator Elle Chase (Lady Cheeky). It was covered in the LA Weekly

101 Vagina has appeared in many of Australia’s most respected media outlets. From April 5th the exhibition is in North America and through each of its exhibitions, discussions and art activities are scheduled where we hope to attract interest from women’s organizations, sex educators, academics and artists. There is also a Craftinoon table where people can craft their own art. Images on LA Weekly.

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101 Vagina exhibition and book tour will start in Los Angeles (5-13 April) before visiting San Francisco (19-27 April), Montreal (17-25 May), New York (3-8 June) and finishing in Toronto (14-22 June)

www.101vagina.com

Available from the website, $5 from each book is being donated to charities working to heal or end violence against women and girls.

Naturally, feel free to attend any time during the exhibition tour in San Francisco. If you wish to interview Philip, please RSVP.

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The Erotic Reading CircleEvery fourth Wednesday (usually) at the Center for Sex and CultureWednesday, 4/23, 7:30-9:30pmsuggested donation: $5+
Since 2006, we’ve been meeting on the fourth Wednesday of the month to share and celebrate the breadth of erotic artistry in the Bay Area!
The Erotic Reading Circle meets at the Center for Sex and Culture, 1349 Mission Street, San Francisco (cross streets 9th and 10th). $5+ donation requested (no one turned away); donations support the Center for Sex and Culture. Bring whatever you’re working on, or whatever you’d like to be working on.
Come join readers and share your erotic writing! Bring something to read – please try to keep it to about ten minutes or less — or just be part of the appreciative circle of listeners. This is a great place to try out new work (ask for comments if you like), or get more comfortable reading for other people. Longtime writers will bring their latest… newly inspired writers, bring that vignette you scrawled on BART while daydreaming on your way to work. Carol Queen and Jen Cross host/facilitate this space dedicated to erotic writers and readers. See you at the Circle!

The Erotic Reading Circle
Every fourth Wednesday (usually) at the Center for Sex and Culture
Wednesday, 4/23, 7:30-9:30pm
suggested donation: $5+

Since 2006, we’ve been meeting on the fourth Wednesday of the month to share and celebrate the breadth of erotic artistry in the Bay Area!

The Erotic Reading Circle meets at the Center for Sex and Culture, 1349 Mission Street, San Francisco (cross streets 9th and 10th). $5+ donation requested (no one turned away); donations support the Center for Sex and Culture. Bring whatever you’re working on, or whatever you’d like to be working on.

Come join readers and share your erotic writing! Bring something to read – please try to keep it to about ten minutes or less — or just be part of the appreciative circle of listeners. This is a great place to try out new work (ask for comments if you like), or get more comfortable reading for other people. Longtime writers will bring their latest… newly inspired writers, bring that vignette you scrawled on BART while daydreaming on your way to work. Carol Queen and Jen Cross host/facilitate this space dedicated to erotic writers and readers.
See you at the Circle!

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Dirty Words: a monthly erotic writing playdate

Saturday, 4/26

Open the gates and let your writing voice flow
A half-day erotic writing group open to all
Fourth Saturday of every month

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 registe

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Vixen Noir presents…SupaStar Erotica! 
For One Night ONLY!
Saturday, April 26, 2014The Center for Sex & Culture1349 Mission Street (btw 9th and 10th)San Francisco, CA 94103
Doors: 8pmShow: 9pm 
Cover: $10-$25, sliding scale(No one turned away for lack of funds) Burlesque! Striptease! Performance Art! Spoken Word! Poetry! Music! Bay Area SupaStars bring “Erotic” Performances to the stage for YOUR PLEASURE! “In touch with the erotic, I become less willing to accept powerlessness, or those other supplied states of being which are not native to me, such as resignation, despair, self-effacement, depression, self-denial.” Audre Lorde Cum celebrate the power of the “EROTIC” with us at none other than San Francisco’s Center for Sex and Culture! It’s gonna be a sexy-as-hell and empowering night you don’t want to miss! Dress up in your most come-hither outfit, grab a date or bring it solo and cum be uplifted and aroused, titillated and taunted, shaken and stirred. TIPPING IS ENCOURAGED, so bring XTRA DOLLARS!  Hosted by the Sexy SupaStar Recording & Performance Artist, Vixen Noir!!! Performing for the 1st time, her new single, Lusty Lady and more!!!
 With Guest SupaStars: The Lady Ms. Vagina Jenkins, Pippa, S Angelo Acevedo, Don’t Ask Don’t Tell & Roke Noir Info: Vixen@VixenNoir.com This is a benefit for Vixen Noir’s new music video, Lusty Lady & her upcoming tour: “Vixen Noir: The Dangerous Tour”

Vixen Noir presents…
SupaStar Erotica! 
For One Night ONLY!

Saturday, April 26, 2014
The Center for Sex & Culture
1349 Mission Street (btw 9th and 10th)
San Francisco, CA 94103

Doors: 8pm
Show: 9pm 
Cover: $10-$25, sliding scale
(No one turned away for lack of funds)

Burlesque! Striptease! Performance Art! Spoken Word! Poetry! Music!

Bay Area SupaStars bring “Erotic” Performances to the stage for YOUR PLEASURE!

“In touch with the erotic, I become less willing to accept powerlessness, or those other supplied states of being which are not native to me, such as resignation, despair, self-effacement, depression, self-denial.” Audre Lorde

Cum celebrate the power of the “EROTIC” with us at none other than San Francisco’s Center for Sex and Culture! It’s gonna be a sexy-as-hell and empowering night you don’t want to miss! Dress up in your most come-hither outfit, grab a date or bring it solo and cum be uplifted and aroused, titillated and taunted, shaken and stirred. TIPPING IS ENCOURAGED, so bring XTRA DOLLARS!

Hosted by the Sexy SupaStar Recording & Performance Artist, Vixen Noir!!! Performing for the 1st time, her new single, Lusty Lady and more!!!

With Guest SupaStars: The Lady Ms. Vagina Jenkins, Pippa, S Angelo Acevedo, Don’t Ask Don’t Tell & Roke Noir

Info: Vixen@VixenNoir.com

This is a benefit for Vixen Noir’s new music video, Lusty Lady & her upcoming tour: “Vixen Noir: The Dangerous Tour”

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From Fantasy to Fulfillment, Roleplay to Reality With Spycey Spyce

Tuesday, 4/29, 7-9pm
Center for Sex & Culture, 1349 Mission
sliding scale $15-$30 — tickets at the door

Living out fantasies can be sexy and exhilarating! But how often do we stop ourselves from achieving them with the idea that its just not possible? In this hot and steamy interactive workshop, you will see your fantasies come to life in front of you as we discover how to consciously take our desires into our own hands and achieve success and awareness by turning our fantasy lives into a reality!

2-3 Volunteers Needed! If you are outgoing, not shy, and willing to do some improv acting, please contact about being a Volunteer (Free Entry).

Info and to volunteer contact spyceyspyce@gmail.com

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Shawna Kenney’s Book Lovers: Sexy Stories from Under the Covers!

Monday, May 5, 7:30pm
Center for Sex & Culture, 1349 Mission

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Forget poorly written prose and clichéd love scenes: Book Lovers answers the call for sexy literature with substance. This collection of toe-curling tales written by and for word-worshippers offers well-crafted fiction and creative nonfiction that connects literature to libido. From a Vonnegut-inspired tryst to an imaginary ménage à trois with Henry Miller and Anaïs Nin, the book encompasses a veritable buffet of literary fantasies.

Whether they’re conjuring Junot Díaz between the sheets or dreaming of a modern-day enactment of Wuthering Heights—this time refusing Edgar in favor of lusty, bodice-ripping nights with Heathcliff—the stories in Book Lovers are designed for readers’ brains and bodies.

Includes contributions from Izabella St. James, Slash Coleman, Trina Calderón, Cara Bruce, and Stephanie Auteri. Come to CSC to enjoy readings and buy the book! No charge—donations gratefully accepted to defray the cost of the space.

Joining Shawna at this book launch party/reading:
Michelle Gonzales(Oakland)
Trina Calderón
Jay Xuret (SF)
Chelsey Drysdale
Assia Fengari

Author Bio: Shawna Kenney is the author of the Firecracker Alternative Book Award-winning memoir I Was a Teenage Dominatrix, which has enjoyed international translation and a television development deal. She also co-authored Imposters, a book about celebrity impersonators.

Kenney’s work has appeared in Creative Nonfiction, The Rumpus, Bust, Juxtapoz, Alternative Press, The Baltimore Sun, The Florida Review, and on the Ms. blog, among others, and her essays appear in numerous anthologies. She holds an MFA in creative writing from the University of North Carolina Wilmington and a BA in film from American University.

Kenney lives in Los Angeles and teaches creative writing in the UCLA Extension Writers’ Program. Visit her website at shawnakenney.com.

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First Wednesdays with Anya and Friends

Wednesday, May 7, 6:30-9:30 pm

More coming soon!

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Stefano Laforgia: Japanese Rope Bondage Aesthetics

Friday May 9, 2014 from 6 pm to 8 pm
At the Center for Sex and Culture
$15 per person
Tickets here

Why do the Japanese tie the way that they tie? What is it that they really find appealing in shibari? This illustrated lecture explores differences and similarities in visual style between western and Japanese rope bondage.

About Stefano

Stefano Laforgia is an Italian Rigger and BDSM educator. He started his journey in BDSM at early age, but lived it mainly in private until he moved in Rome in 2000, where he became an active member of the local BDSM community.
In 2005 he quit his office job and decided to live his lifestyle in a public way when he founded Alcova, the first fetish/BDSM shop in Rome. Since then he has worked on various projects, both in Italy and around the world: he was the first to organize bondage classes in Rome, organized play parties and took part in BDSM themed workshops and conferences. In 2011 Stefano founded the first School of Japanese Bondage in Italy, and organized “LegARTI”, the first event in Italy entirely dedicated to Japanese bondage.
His approach to shibari has shifted with time especially since 2008, when he started visiting Japan and met some of the best Japanese kinbakushi, making acquaintances with some of them, including Kinoko Hajime, who Stefano invited to come and perform in Europe for the first time.
Stefano was so fascinated with Japanese bondage that he started to share his views about it with other Italian and international riggers during various events in the following years, contributing to the genesis of a new trend that emphasizes the connection and interaction between the rigger and the bottom. This process clearly shows in the type of ties he uses and through his pictures, where Stefano becomes more and more an active part of the image, a whole with the model, showing the connection, the erotic tension, and the power exchange with the bottom.

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Unbecoming MILF: Confessions and Complaints of a Bi Butch Breeder
May 10, 7:30 pm.
$5-20 sliding scale, no-one turned away.
A benefit forthe Center for Sex and Culture.On Mother’s Day Eve, self-described “bi butch breeder” Lori Selke willsmash through the myths of sex and motherhood and take on her archetypal enemy the MILF in a one-woman multimedia death match.

Unbecoming MILF: Confessions and Complaints of a Bi Butch Breeder

May 10, 7:30 pm.

$5-20 sliding scale, no-one turned away.

A benefit for
the Center for Sex and Culture.

On Mother’s Day Eve, self-described “bi butch breeder” Lori Selke will
smash through the myths of sex and motherhood and take on her archetypal enemy the MILF in a one-woman multimedia death match.


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Stefano Laforgia: Mastering Rope

Tuesday May 13, 2014 from 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm
At the Center for Sex and Culture
$20 per person
Tickets here

Tying fast and tying neat. This workshop focuses on exercising and improving muscle memory in order to achieve better results in the quality and speed of your ties. No matter your level of experience, streamlining the way you move the rope will make a palpable difference to your bottoms; good rope handling is one of the essential tools for making the tying process feel like hot foreplay.
What to bring: 4x 7-8m (23-26ft) 5-7mm natural fiber ropes

About Stefano
Stefano Laforgia is an Italian Rigger and BDSM educator. He started his journey in BDSM at early age, but lived it mainly in private until he moved in Rome in 2000, where he became an active member of the local BDSM community.
In 2005 he quit his office job and decided to live his lifestyle in a public way when he founded Alcova, the first fetish/BDSM shop in Rome. Since then he has worked on various projects, both in Italy and around the world: he was the first to organize bondage classes in Rome, organized play parties and took part in BDSM themed workshops and conferences. In 2011 Stefano founded the first School of Japanese Bondage in Italy, and organized “LegARTI”, the first event in Italy entirely dedicated to Japanese bondage.
His approach to shibari has shifted with time especially since 2008, when he started visiting Japan and met some of the best Japanese kinbakushi, making acquaintances with some of them, including Kinoko Hajime, who Stefano invited to come and perform in Europe for the first time.
Stefano was so fascinated with Japanese bondage that he started to share his views about it with other Italian and international riggers during various events in the following years, contributing to the genesis of a new trend that emphasizes the connection and interaction between the rigger and the bottom. This process clearly shows in the type of ties he uses and through his pictures, where Stefano becomes more and more an active part of the image, a whole with the model, showing the connection, the erotic tension, and the power exchange with the bottom.

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HANDBALL ACADEMY: The Ultimate Guide to Prostate Pleasure with Charlie Glickman

Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Door Opens at 7:00.

Program begins promptly at 7:30, ends at 9:30

Are you curious about prostate play? Or maybe you’ve tried you’re tried it and want some tips to make it even more fun? 

Charlie Glickman, author of  The Ultimate Guide to Prostate Pleasure will give you all the info you need to see for yourself why more men and their partners are discovering how much fun prostate stimulation can be. 

We’ll talk about the common concerns that sometimes keep people from exploring it (and how to overcome them), tips for easy and pleasurable anal penetration, prostate massage, which toys work best for prostate fun, pegging, combining prostate pleasure with other kinds of sex, and much more. 

Whether you’re just starting out or you already enjoy prostate play, come learn some new ways to make sex lots of fun! 

Find out more about Charlie on  his website or on Twitter, Facebook, and Fetlife.

 At the presenter’s request, this program will NOT be recorded.

Light refreshments provided.

FREE

(Donations encouraged.)

Red Hanky Nite at Powerhouse follows.

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Shibari Sketch
Sunday 4/13
8-11 pm

MORE INFO: http://www.shibarisketch.com

Artists are invited to join the group and create life drawings of models tied in rope bondage (“shibari”). Emphasis is on the unique poses, physical tension, and eroticism that is expressed in the bound human form. To see drawings and photos from the previous sessions please check the Shibari Sketch website.

Shibari Sketch encourages a collaborative atmosphere wherein painters, rope artists, and models can explore the aesthetics of BDSM imagery together. The art of life drawing provides a meditative focus that allows the bondage to happen at a contemplative pace. Audience is invited to watch the scene and has the opportunity to purchase the original drawings.

Each Shibari Sketch Session consists of a “Featured Scene” that is a center stage modeling session with expert rope artists and professional models. Additionally the session includes a “Sketch Salon” that is open to all rope artists and models to participate in and encourages spontaneous creativity and collaboration as well as the opportunity to practice the arts more informally.

LOCATION:
Center for Sex and Culture
1349 Mission
San Francisco, CA 94103
http://sexandculture.org
415-902-2071

COST & REGISTRATION:
$20.00
$15 students
At the door only

MORE INFO:
Contact: David Normal
Website: http://www.shibarisketch.com
Email: normal@crazyology.org
Phone: 4158273464

About Shibari Sketch:
Shibari Sketch is an artist’s group dedicated to Life Drawing and Rope Bondage with monthly life drawing sessions taking place at the Center for Sex and Culture in San Francisco.

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PERVERTS PUT OUT!’S HE IS RISEN EDITION

Saturday, April 19thdoors 7:00, show 8:00The Center for Sex and Culture1349 Mission Street, San Francisco
$10-25 sliding scale

Do you feel in danger of having a pure and unsullied Easter weekend? We can fix that!    

On the night before Easter, join the PPO! gang for a celebration of the Vernal Equinox, unexpected res-erections, and all things springlike and new, tra-la! It’s the annual He Is Risen editiion, with a passel of brilliant perverts including Jen Cross, Daphne Gottleib, Philip Huang, horehound stillpoint, Hew Wolff, musical guest Jon Ginoli of Pansy Division, andhosts Dr. Carol Queen and Simon Sheppard.

PERVERTS PUT OUT!’S HE IS RISEN EDITION

Saturday, April 19th
doors 7:00, show 8:00
The Center for Sex and Culture
1349 Mission Street, San Francisco
$10-25 sliding scale

Do you feel in danger of having a pure and unsullied Easter weekend? We can fix that!

On the night before Easter, join the PPO! gang for a celebration of the Vernal Equinox, unexpected res-erections, and all things springlike and new, tra-la! It’s the annual He Is Risen editiion, with a passel of brilliant perverts including Jen Cross, Daphne Gottleib, Philip Huang, horehound stillpoint, Hew Wolff, musical guest Jon Ginoli of Pansy Division, andhosts Dr. Carol Queen and Simon Sheppard.

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Intro to Pole Dance & Erotic Movement 4 All Genders/All Bodies

Sat Apr 19, 2014 1pm – 3:30pm

This class is a fundraiser for the Center for Sex and Culture.

$45-25 suggested donation OR MORE! We’re raising $$$ here folks! PayPal to 2468dance@gmail.com to reserve your spot in class. —> be sure to put your Facebook name in the notes if different from your PayPal (legal) name. Cash at the door accepted IF spots available.

This class is for ALL bodies, ALL genders, all orientations, all ages! If you’ve ever thought pole dancing looked fun and you want to try, this is your chance! You don’t have to be skinny or feminine to have fun on the pole!

Erotic Movement is all the amazing sensuous movement used by pole dancers between tricks, burlesque performers, the pussycat dolls, and go go boys every where! It is easy adapted to express your personal style, your mood, any type of music, and any body. :)

**Limited to 12 students** to allow for personal attention and time on the poles!!!

Be prepared to dance barefoot. You may bring high heels WITH ANKLE STRAPS if desired. They should NOT have grip soles. Please clean the soles with soap and water before arrival.

***DO NOT apply lotion/oil/body butter/glitter spray/etc to any part of your body the day of class!!! Sounds silly but this is very important!!! Oil or lotion transfers easily to the pole and impares everyone’s safety and enjoyment of class, even if applied many hours earlier.***

Please bring a water bottle and a small terry hand towel. If you would like to take notes, please bring your preferred materials for that.

Wear layers of clothes you feel good in, that stretch and move with your body. “Stripping” is NOT required however some pole moves require skin-to-pole contact with ankles, shins, knees, and upper thighs. Booty shorts, boykini bottoms, Speedos, wrestling shorts, etc all are good options for those who feel comfortable.

This is a body positive, sex-positive, safe, welcoming, environment.

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School of Shimmy: Pastie Making and Tassel Twirling with AJ Molecular

April 20th Sun 2:00-4:00pm

@Center for Sex and Culture

How do we do it?! Impress and amaze with the art of tassel twirling. In the first hour we will go over the history of tassel twirling and you will make your very own pair of pasties with tassels.

***No materials fees.***
Supplies will be provided, but if you have a pair of scissors and/or a hot glue gun; bring it! The second hour of class will teach you those much desired and sought out moves to get those tatas-a-twirlin’! We will go over several different methods and find which option works best for you. Be prepared to wear pasties on your body. The class is a safe and respectful environment where students should feel free to toss their inhibitions aside.

Tix:
http://redhotsburlesque.com/school-of-shimmy/

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