|What:||An ongoing Salon Series: What does it mean to be Sex Positive?|
|When:||11:00 AM to 1:00 PM|
Imagine a world without sexual shame. Imagine a world accepting of all types of families. Imagine a world where children talk to their parents about the changes in their bodies and their sexual desires instead of looking to media for their sex education. If you are interested in making this world a reality, you won’t want to miss: Connecting the Dots: Building YOUR Sex Positive Family.
Join the director of the Center for Sex Positive Culture, Allena Gabosch and the founder of TantricBirth, Nekole Shapiro every third Sunday of the month as they facilitate a discussion designed to help raise our children without sexual shame.
For more information, visit:
http://www.facebook.com/l/2a4d9;www.TantricBirth.com or http://www.facebook.com/l/2a4d9;www.sexpositiveculture.org
At The Little Red Bistro, 400 Dexter Ave. N., between Harrison St. and Republican St.
A side note on art & activism, one of my favorite visual artists is Favianna Rodriguez. Below is a screenprint of hers entitled “Sex Positivity” and you can get it from justseeds.org
Artist’s Statement: “This piece is a statement about unleashing your sexuality, and encouraging a positive, not negative, discussion around what sex means for all of us. The term “sex-positive” embrace social and philosophical attitudes promoting open sexuality with few limits. Sexologist, Carol Queen, explains: ‘Sex-positive is a simple yet radical affirmation that we each grow our own passions on a different medium… Sex-positive respects each of our unique sexual profiles, even as we acknowledge that some of us have been damaged by a culture that tries to eradicate sexual difference and possibility.’
I designed this piece initially for a a Latino conference dealing with sexuality, but then modified the design to make it a woman-centered message about sex liberation overall.”