Queer Sex: a panel discussion
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Rainbows, flags and parades are part of queer culture, yes; but another symbol of pride is the freedom of sexuality. We do love to fuck and to flirt, to cuddle and to cuckold, to squirm until we safe word.
We’ve all got a question about kinks that get us hot, it’s just rare to find a space casual enough to ask it. On Monday June 24 at 6:30 p.m. inside Manny’s, SF BiCon and Hear+Qwere present Queer Sex, a discussion about desire.
We’ve invited four knowledgeable queer Bay Area sexperts to field your questions in a space where nothing is too taboo.
Anything you can think of is a candidate for questions! Be as awkward, weird, or naughty as you feel. Everyone’s a bit shy and anxious. Pseudonyms and anonymous submissions ok.
Email questions to email@example.com.
We pre-screen the questions in order to ensure that we are covering a broad range of topics and to make sure that shy people have their questions addressed as well.
No question is too graphic, too basic, or too weird. We don’t censor questions that are asked in sincerity.
A suggested donation of $15 funds panelists and the remaining will be donated* to Trans Lifeline.
For more information on Queer Sex, visit [facebook event page URL].
*This isn’t a fundraiser, we just really like their work.
About Manny’s: welcometomannys.com
About SF BiCon: Sfbicon.com
About Hear+Qwere: itsqwere.com
About Trans Lifeline: translifeline.org
Amy Golden has been a sex worker in the Bay Area for over 20 years, and has worked in a variety of places from sex toy shops to peep shows, and even a high end online advertising business. She has also worked as a sugar baby, an escort, a masseuse, a massage parlor manager and an escort agency owner. Still currently seeing clients at 51, Amy is evangelical about ethical relationships within the sex work community, and creating safe spaces for workers without sacrificing any aspects of providers autonomy and agency. White-appearing PoC. Genderqueer/Two-Spirit. Pan. She/Her pronouns.
Alex Locust is a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor and proud biracial "glamputee" spreading the word about social justice, one workshop at a time. Whether on the runway or in a counseling session, Alex aspires to embody the tenets of social justice and fiercely advocates for equity in all community spaces.
Julia Serano is an Oakland, California-based writer, performer, and activist. She is the author of three nonfiction books, Whipping Girl: A Transsexual Woman on Sexism and the Scapegoating of Femininity;Excluded: Making Feminist and Queer Movements More Inclusive; and Outspoken: A Decade of Transgender Activism and Trans Feminism. Julia’s writings have also appeared in media outlets such as TIME, The Guardian, Salon, The Daily Beast, Alternet.org, Ms., Out, and The Advocate, and have been used as teaching materials in college courses across North America. Julia’s forthcoming foray into fiction, entitled 99 Erics: a Kat Cataclysm faux novel, is a humorous account of an ethically non-monogamous bisexual woman who dates ninety-nine different people named Eric for literature’s sake. It is more surreal than slutty. Not that there is anything wrong with slutty. More info at juliaserano.com.
Jazmine Vieira, a South Bay Area native, is a high energy, playful, and seductive dancer. After investing her early years of life in dance studio training, she broke into the San Francisco gogo scene five years ago. She has shared her passion for dance and positive party personality across the cities of San Francisco, Oakland, San Jose, even as far as Seattle, Houston, and Puerto Vallarta. By combining her professional training, out going personality, and big bouncing booty, she creates a mind blowing nightlife experience.
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