Talks: The Sex Lectures 2019 – Cutting Edge Dialogues of Desire
- Tue 28 May 2019
- 6:30 pm
The most important things are the hardest to talk about. In these three inspiring and connecting evenings, speakers with unique and cutting edge views on sexuality, relationships and love will share their ideas in pithy 12 minute talks.
Good sex can offer both connection and pleasure. It’s human to be fascinated by sexuality, yet with the rise in divorce, Tinder and porn, we’re wondering how the current reality could move beyond #MeToo and Cosmo to a greater understanding of the power of sexuality for connection, creativity, awareness and pleasure. How can we let love enlighten us, and sex truly enliven us?
Come and join us to begin a new conversation. These relaxed, fun, thought provoking evenings will include six to eight talks and time to meet and mingle. If you fancy dressing up and bringing a bit of glamour to the evening we would welcome you in your finery.
First of four evenings taking place on May 28th, June 18th, July 23rd and September 19th. Speaker details below – click here for tickets to all four events. For all events, join us for a drink at 6.30 / Talks start at 7.00pm.
Robyn Dalzen – Pleasure is not a Dirty Word
Jay Diamond- What you’re avoiding is Killing your Sex Life
Jean McDonald – Fetishism for The Discerning Adult
Simon Feely – Orgasm Reimagined
Stella Anna Sonnenbaum – Reclaiming Eroticism
Jon Gosling – Men & #MeToo
Sara Riccardi – The Art of Love and Desire
Jem Ayres – The Healing Power of Orgasm
John Fraser – How do I know what I want when I always know what I ought to want?
Rachel Connor – Sex, lies and ticker tape: the joys of real communication
Damon Birch – Exploring Masculinity
Heidi Chadwick -The Art of Passion
Sarah Rose Bright – : How to Love a Vagina – They Call it Pussy Love
Sue Newsome – Ejaculation and Orgasm – Let’s explore the Difference
Madhuri – Female Sexual Power, The World, and Osho’s Communes
Sian Johnson – A* Pleasure
Henrietta Bond – Making it Sizzle – Writing authentic sex scenes without the squirm factor
Katie Sarra – Troublesome turn ons – Protect me from what I Want
Andrew Broadbent – The Value of Touch
Ria Hope – Sexuality and the Lost Youth
Steph Magenta – Radical Self Love through Sex: A Journey from Sex Work to True Intimacy
Sara Rushworth – From ‘condoms and crabs’ to ‘yes, no and wait’. The case for pleasure based sex education
Annabel Newfield – Heartbreak is just a part of Life
Dee Larson – Maslow’s Hierarchy of Sex