with Kitty May
Is the “Big O” a big mystery? Orgasms can be elusive for many people, especially women and others assigned female at birth. Whether you’ve never had one, aren’t sure if you have, or would like to feel more in tune with when and how they happen, this workshop is for anyone who wants to better understand their own orgasmic capacity.
We’ll cover important anatomy, including the clitoris and G-spot, learn about how pleasure builds in the mind and body, identify factors that can inhibit orgasm, and share ideas about how to enhance our sexual sensation, whether playing alone or with others. You’ll walk away with lots of tips to help you get better acquainted with your body, your desires – and your orgasms.
Please note: the anatomical portion of the workshop will be on the vulva and vagina, and we will consider the ways in which identifying as or being socialised as female can influence our relationships with our bodies, desire, and satisfaction. The workshop is open to anyone who personally relates to any of these topics and is interested in exploring their own orgasm.
Kitty is Other Nature’s Director of Education and Community Outreach, as well as a psychotherapeutic counsellor. She has over 10 years’ experience working in the areas of sexual & reproductive justice, sexual health, and sex & relationships education. She helps people create comfortable spaces in which to share, reflect, and learn.
Where: Other Nature, Mehringdamm 79
When: Tuesday, March 20th, 18:30 – 21:30
Cost: 25€ (20€ limited income) *Please note: Due to our onlineshop system functionality, you'll be charged a 5€ shipping fee on your workshop order. You will be refunded the shipping charge at the workshop! If you have questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please arrive 10 minutes before the workshop start time.
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