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Upcoming Events Update!

There are lot of fun events coming up in New York City!

The Fine Show with Eric West

Wednesday, October 3rd | 8 pm

Join me this Wednesday, October 3rd at 8 pm for a variety comedy show in Brooklyn featuring me, Avant Garbage, Patrick Jordan, and Ryan Fazio! Doors open at 7:30 – show begins at 8!

Tickets are available at the door for $10

How To Be in An Open Relationship – Touchpoint Sex Ed Series

Monday, October 15th | 7 pm

I will be presenting in Touchpoint’s new Sex Ed Speaker Series on how to be in an open relationship! Open relationships might sound like a lot of fun — and they can be — but they are also more complex and uniquely challenging. Join me as I use scientifically-backed information to help you figure out whether consensual non-monogamy is right for you, and, if so, guide you through the 5 key steps for how to design your perfect open relationship, and the best practices to making it work long-term.

Tickets available here

Debunking Sex Myths That Ruin Lives

Thursday, October 18th | 7:30 pm

We’ve all heard some crazy myths about sex throughout the years, so how can we figure out what true and what’s not? Join me at the Hacienda Villa to debunk some popular sex myths that can ruin relationships and lives! We’ll also be raffling off some Tenga Eggs – a male-bodied masturbation toy that can be incorporated into solo or group play so get your tickets now for a chance to win!

Tickets available here

Intro to Kink Workshop

Wednesday, November 7th | 7 pm

Curious about BDSM but don’t know where to start? Join sex educator, artist, and activist, Cory Bush, for a beginner’s workshop on the basics of BDSM. She’ll walk you through basic technical skills, crafting play scenes, and how to navigate the kink scene.

Tickets available here

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  • Brooklyn’s First Sex-Positive and Polyamorous Community Is in Bushwick

    If you walk past it, you’ll never know it, but on the streets of Bushwick stands the Hacienda Villa, an intentional, sex-positive, polyamorous community co-founded by Andrew Sparksfire and my business partner Kenneth Play. Founded as a social experiment designed to celebrate sex, educate the curious, and dispel shame, the Hacienda is a growing phenomenon looking to change the narrative of how people approach relationships and create a community, right in the heart of Bushwick, a neighborhood filled with people living alternative lifestyles.  So how does the Hacienda work? And what is polyamory, exactly? Get the answers to these questions and more in this

  • Why Pregnant Couples Should Totally Have Sex

    For many couples, pregnancy puts a stop to sex, often driven by the stigma around pregnancy sex. A recent study found that a couple’s attitude toward pregnancy sex affected their overall sexual satisfaction, such that couples with positive attitudes were more satisfied. The study also found that negative attitudes often stem from myths or other cultural beliefs that have no basis in science. As I urged in my recent newsletter, if you’re pregnant give yourself the right to be a sexual being and if your partner is pregnant work on overcoming the harmful beliefs and make your partner feel desired

  • What Squirting Is And Isn’t

    Squirting is a popular and hotly debated topic in both porn and sex science research, but we still know so little about it. What is squirting? Is it real? How does it work? Can all vagina-owners squirt? I answer many of your questions about this fascinating phenomenon in this Brides article I got interviewed for. But there’s still SO much we don’t know about it. So if you’d like to contribute to our collective knowledge of it, take the squirting survey that Kenneth Play and I put together. Anyone can take it, regardless of gender or squirting experience!

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19 hours ago

Dr Zhana

Sexual attraction vs. romantic attraction. Yes, there's a difference! Sexual attraction is about who you want to fuck. Romantic attraction is about who you fall in love with. Both are usually discussed in terms of the gender of the people you're attracted to.

They often go hand in hand, especially among folks who are on either end of the sexual orientation spectrum (completely straight or completely gay) or people who are demisexual (only sexually attracted to someone after they've developed romantic attachment to them). Such folks tend to be sexually attracted to the same gender that they're romantically attracted to.

For bisexual people, the two often diverge. Many bisexual people are more sexually attracted to women but more romantically interested in men. Or vice versa.

Divergence in sexual vs romantic attraction can also apply to traits other than gender, like people's physical appearance or personality traits. You may be sexually attracted to athletic, dominant people but romantically attracted to kind, funny people. Our hearts and genitals sometimes like the same thing, sometimes they like different things.

When people feel this divergence, it can be confusing. It can complicate your labels and your identity. But it's perfectly normal and common!

There might be some evolutionary reasons behind it (for example, our genitals are more interested in good genes, our hearts in good long-term partners and parents). Or not. It doesn't really matter. You can choose how you want it to impact your life and to what extent you want to take action based on your sexual attraction or your romantic attraction.

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7 days ago

Dr Zhana

Got questions too awkward for your regular doctor? Well we have just what the doctor ordered! Join Dr Zhana and other experts to get your questions answered. No question is too awkward! The event is on June 20th at 7 pm. Get more info and tickets here: www.eventbrite.com/e/doctors-orders-pride-edition-tickets-62511605896 ... See MoreSee Less

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