In this workshop, we will explore the seduction codes of different genders and sexualities. How do they walk, hold themselves, look? How does one play seduction in an offensive way or passive way, or one that alternates? How does one define one's prey and one's predatory animal? Why does one frighten away certain partners? Why does one often attract the same archetypes to the detriment of others?
Coming from a love of sparkly subversive queer performance and terrible vintage sci-fi, the Clitorati are the way to bring the Glitrotis to the people.
These ambassadors for the clit make the subject super approachable by combining dance and performance with audience engagement and education on the ways and wonders of the clitoris. It means its not a detached art piece in a museum or photograph; people can come up and have a chat or a hug, take some selfies, gently stroke the Glitoris. We want it to be fun to learn about our bodies and pleasure. After all that is what the clitoris - the only known organ who's only purpose is pleasure - would want.
Angela and Bradford are a married couple originally from the United States currently living in Sydney, Australia. They are both bisexual and have been living in an open relationship since the day we started in this relationship. Some think this means that they aren’t committed to one another, but this couldn’t be farther from the truth. They are fiercely loyal to one another and consider each other to be “home base”, the place they will always return to no matter what. In this workshop they will share a bit about their relationship and how they handle their bisexuality as part of an open relationship. They will also discuss bi-invisibility. What is Bisexual Invisibility? How does it affect bisexual persons? How does it affect those around them? How can family, friends, and even the greater community help to minimise bi-invisibility?
This workshop is for anyone interested in learning a bit more about bisexuality, the swinger community, open relationships, BDSM and everything else your vanilla friends refuse to talk with you about.
Good sluts are safe sluts. Safety is a basic aspect of ethical, responsible conduct and an essential part of keeping things sustainable. You want to have exciting, connected, juicy sex that doesn't endanger your health, doesn't land anyone in hospital and doesn't require complex psychological after care. This workshop will explore physical and emotional safety in sex: risks in sexual encounters, conceptual tools to think about risk and health, steps you can take to protect yourself and others, testing regimes for STIs, the basics of good emotional boundaries and Q&A.
Sexy disability is an interactive workshop where people are encouraged to set aside their preconceived ideas, and beliefs on what is sexy. Donald was born with cerebral palsy, and all through his adult life has gone to great lengths to explore his sexuality, and feels that his sexuality is still evolving.
Donald enjoys showing people that disabled people are sexual beings like everyone else on earth, and through participating in group exercises, throughout the workshop, people can experience what it is like to be disabled and sexual/sensual.