The image of sexuality that we have in the US right now is most usually between two young, beautiful, healthy, able-bodied, beautiful people. People tend to get a little grossed out when it's mentioned that their parents (or heaven forbid, GRANDparents) have sex. But at the same time, no one really wants to think about what age is too old for them to be having a healthy, active sex life. So, what's the answer? What age is too old? How sick is too sick? What level of sexual dysfunction is too significant?
That's what we're going to talk about this month. Our panelists will talk to us about ways that we can make our sexuality more resilient as we go through life and undoubtedly face varied challenges to our intimate relationships. We'll dive into impacts of chronic illness and disability as well. We've got a urologist to help us break down the physical issues and what can be done. We've got Aleece who is always a wealth of knowledge on sexual medicine. And we've got a sex coach whose passion lies in helping LGBT folks in the aging population. It's going to be a great night!
Panelists: Brooks Hooper, MD, Urologist, and Iva Veazy, Sexuality Coach, Aleece Fosnight, urology PA, AASECT Sexuality Counselor and Educator
Host: Heather Edwards, pelvic PT, Michigan Trained Sexuality Counselor and Educator, V&V Founder
LOCATION: UPCOUNTRY BREWING (West Asheville, 1042 Haywood Road)
$10 ADVANCE/ $15 AT THE DOOR (cash or card). IF YOU CAN'T SWING THE $10, SEND US A MESSAGE. NO ONE WILL BE DENIED ACCESS TO A SEX POSITIVE SPACE FOR LACK OF FUNDS. :)