• EVENTS •
Wednesday, June 20, 8 PM – 9 PM
@ The Process Work Institute 2049 NW Hoyt St, Portland, Oregon 97209
Join us for a community conversation about sexy topics as we experience them in real life. JOIN THE MEETUP!
ABOUT SEX TALK
There are plenty of resources out there telling us what sex is and how to do it. Everything ranging from tips and tricks to psychological communication hacks. This is not about that. There are no experts presenting here and no how-to tutorials.
This is a place to be real about what sex is actually like for us- how we experience our sexuality and all the weird, wild, challenging, taboo, shameful, vulnerable, confusing, mysterious, relational, communicational stuff that goes along with it.
To start off, we explore the topic together and let the discussion emerge from the group. During the second part of our time, we create an opt-in exercise inspired by our conversation that can be done solo or with others. Exercises will be designed to deepen our understanding our ourselves and provide an experience that may open up new insight.
Everyone is welcome. However and whether you are sexually active with others, solo or not at all, this is a place to explore the full diversity of experiences relative to human sexuality and -potentially- learn together more of who we are and connect with our own truth about ourselves.
THIS MONTH: our topic is asking for what you want.
- What is it like to ask for something that isn’t ‘just happening’ with your partner/s
- What stops us from asking or makes it difficult? What supports us to ask?
- Do we know what we want? What if we don’t know? What lives between the two?
- What might we want if we thought it were possible?
- What do our desires and how we feel asking for them mirror dynamics and patterns in other areas of our lives?
For queers and non-queers.
$5-$15 donation requested.
No one turned away for lack of funds.
- JULY: The Polarities of Oral Sex
- AUGUST: To Talk or Not To Talk?
- SEPTEMBER: Arousal: What’s A Turn On?
- OCTOBER: Speed
- NOVEMBER: Duration
- DECEMBER: Desire and Desireability