Smarter Sex with Leah and Tom
Sat, Jan 19 from 6pm - 9pm
We've all been through sex ed of some kind, but for many of us, some pretty important topics were left out. While condoms and other barriers are very important, they won't exactly help you keep your flogger clean. So what is a kinkster to do when faced with smarter sex and kink practices? Leah and Tom will give you direct answers and debunk myths about STDs/STIs, bloodborne pathogens, and how to keep your sex toys clean and ready for use - something your partners are sure to appreciate. We promise to make this much less awkward than your parents and teachers did.
Tom will supply the use of his autoclave for your glass and metal toys. Please bring them in a plastic ziploc bag, and Tom will run them through the autoclave during the workshop. They will be sterilized and ready to take home by the end. There is a $4.00 fee per each item you bring.
No late entry will be allowed due to the safety information in this class. Doors will be locked at 10 minutes after the start of class.
Open to all 18+
Attendance is limited to 30 people.
Questions may be directed to: email@example.com
About the Educators:
Leah Hirsch is a staunch advocate for having a happy, healthy, and safer sex life. She began her work in consent and sexuality education at Iowa State University as a peer educator, and continued this work as a clinic assistant for Planned Parenthood. Since moving to Seattle, Leah has become very involved with the Pan Eros Foundation education program. She currently works as Assistant to the Director.
Tom Hill is an experienced and licensed professional that has been working in the industry performing body piercings and body modifications since 2010. Tom has toured all over the country with national tattoo conventions, as well as lectured on Hook Suspension and Needle Play showcasing those skills nationwide. To him, it's not just another piercing, it is an unique and personal experience. Therefore, the specifics and details of each person in which Tom modifies are not only important, but is the basis of the quality work and open minded attitude when providing the fine body art. The connections are deeply evident when he works, tending to the safety and health of those who works with. Warning: Blood Blood Blood, Tom will talk a lot about the Taboo’s on Blood.
This event is presented by the Pan Eros Foundation. Please go to Pan-Eros.org for more information.