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Slamming Hot Sex for All Abilities


“Sexual independence is an extremely potent form of empowerment” ~ The Ultimate Guide to Sex and Disability by Miriam Kaufman and Corey Silverberg

We’re going to break through some myths about ‘sex and disability’ and discuss the wide array of sexually awesome stuff that is available to anyone who is interested - regardless of ability. We’ll talk about kink and BDSM structure and how it can be super empowering for those with variations physical or mental abilities and even chronic pain or injury.

This talk will have it all. From breaking down barriers to explorative, fun, sexual options and why they are so very important to one’s sense of self. We’ll also talk about resources and companies making products that can be really helpful in bed. VaVaVooom will be there with some examples of the Liberator series.

If you were disappointed that 31 Flavors of Kink sold out, this one will likely hit a lot of those spots and teach you some really interesting things about kink/BDSM and the usefulness of stepping outside the box.

And we’re going to have a special guest panelist coming from Greensboro, NC!

Where and When: UpCountry Brewing (on Haywood Road across from The Odditorium), 5/20

About the venue: The space we are in is wheelchair accessible and has accessible, gender-neutral bathrooms. Dinner menu available and there’s a bar in the event space. The space is open to outside when the weather is nice, but it can be warm or chilly so have layers available.

Host: Heather Edwards, PT, Sexuality Counselor and Educator, Founder of Vino & Vulvas

Panelists: Melanie Sutton pelvic PT, WCS, James Cass, Advocate and Educator for Sexual Independence, and Jamie Brazell, LMFT, AASECT certified Sex Therapist

Tickets: Tickets will be available May 1st. Tickets are $15 in advance or $20 at the door. If you can’t afford it but really want to go, just send an email to To purchase, CLICK HERE.

Want a PDF Flyer to share? Click HERE.

Earlier Event: April 29
Beer and Buttholes
Later Event: June 24
Enthusiastic Consent