Hooking Up Healthy Intensive & Social on October 9th! – DrZhana

[email protected]

send me an email

Hooking Up Healthy Intensive & Social on October 9th!

I’m so pleased to report that Kenneth Play and I are back in action to teach the Hooking Up Healthy Intensive & Social on Sunday, October 9. It’ll be an all-day extravaganza with a Casual Sex Intensive during the day and lunch on the house, followed by dinner, a sexy social, and a hot tub hangout at the gorgeous Hacienda Villa. We’ve put together a comprehensive and interactive training that will help you make sense of your sexuality, find out if casual sex is right for you, and learn how to do it like a pro.

In this intensive for all genders and orientations, we’ll cover:

– Finding authenticity in casual sex
– Getting and giving pleasure
– Managing post-hookup chemical high
– Ensuring sexual health (Choosing your safer sex protocol)
– Negotiating consent
– Finding casual lovers
– Designing sustainable long-term relationships with casual sex
– Managing social stigma
– Developing long-term emotional fitness

The Intensive will be followed by a dinner, sexy social, and hot tub hangout at the gorgeous Hacienda Villa (address to be disclosed upon ticket purchase).

In the spirit of accessibility and inclusivity, all tickets are reserved on a “pay what you can” basis. There are costs associated with producing this Intensive, and we want to use the money to produce a really awesome, high-quality event, so if you have the means, please contribute what you can. Suggested donation is $35-$50.

All tickets give you seats either downstairs for the live lecture in the event space or upstairs in the rest of the house with a view of multiple wall-length HD projections of the live-stream. Seating is first come, first serve. Projection areas include outdoor deck, cuddle puddle beds, and a beautiful living room. All tickets also include the lunch, dinner, social, and hot tub hangout.

Get your tickets now! 

Hope to see you all this weekend!

Zhana

Related Posts

  • Upcoming Events Update!

    I’ve got a couple of exciting live events happening in the next few weeks! Check out all the info below: ​​​​​​​​​​​​ THURSDAY, 12/6, 7PM: Doctor’s Orders: Real Doctors Debate Your Toughest Questions What happens when a biologist, physician, neuroscientist and sex researcher join together to answer questions you may have never felt comfortable asking your own doctor? Join us at The Assemblage (in NoMad) to find out in the new game-show like panel as we incite audience participation, ask hard, silly or downright strange questions and hear top experts in their respective fields discuss topics that feel taboo even in the privacy

  • A New Study Explains Why Many Lesbians Are Biased Against Bisexual Women

    Bisexual folks commonly fall victim to the “double stigma” surrounding their sexual orientation. Compared to heterosexuals, lesbian and gay folks still have more positive attitudes towards bisexual people, but compared to other gay, lesbian, queer, bisexual, asexual and pansexual people, lesbians and gay men harbor the most bi-negativity. “So, why are many lesbians so anti-bi? A new study recently published in the journal Psychology of Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity suggests that this might be due to what the researchers call the androcentric desire hypothesis: The fact that people (gay men and lesbians alike) perceive bisexuals as being more sexually attracted to men

  • Study Finds Queer Folks Are 20 Times More Likely to Be Activists Than Cishets

    Lesbian, gay, and bisexual people are more likely to be activists in more than just the LGBT movement, according to recent research. It wouldn’t come as a surprise that people are most likely to engage in activism for their own group: There are far fewer men than women at feminist rallies, for example, and far fewer heterosexuals than queer folks at pride marches. But is there some crossover between social movements? In other words, are people who belong to one stigmatized group more likely to be also active in social movements that primarily affect other stigmatized groups? A new study using a

The Science of Sex Podcast

The Science of Sex Podcast

Listen to comedian, Joe Pardavila, and I sit down each week with a new sex researcher to talk about the latest information on anything and everything to do with sex.

Instagram