Hello loves, join us December 16, as we answer your questions. What questions do you have about your sexual relationship to yourself or your lover(s)? Let us know what you want us to talk about. Nothing is off limits! Submit your questions here- https://afrosexology.typeform.com/to/Mp8PX1
With America's racialized history, Black bodies have been sexually oppressed and repressed from slavery to current media depictions. It is imperative for sex educators to be knowledgeable and prepared to address how race impacts sexuality with Black clients. This workshop introduces Afrosexology, a pleasure based sex education program from a Black perspective. Come learn strategies and innovative ways to address sexual experiences and exploration as it relates to the Black experience.
Sometimes, we all just need an expert’s opinion. Join us today as we welcome special guests to answer all of our questions about our bodies, our minds, and our overall health.
The World Health Organization (2006) declared that the sexual rights of all persons must be respected, protected and fulfilled for sexual health to be attained and maintained. Sexual pleasure, however, is often dismissed and devalued in the overall discussion of sexual health. This panel is an opportunity to learn how sexual and ethnic minority communities protect their rights to sexual expression and to expand your awareness about the importance of sexual pleasure and empowerment. The panel will include experts talking about the kink community (Neil Cannon), gay men (Joe Kort), and the Black community (Dalychia Saah and Rafaella Smith-Fiallo).
“My girl got a girlfriend”, is a popular rap line, but what does it mean to explore open relationships? Sexperts in relationship models ranging from monogamous to polyamorous will share their experiences. Come learn about alternative relationship models and explore what you are looking for in your own #Relationship(s)Goals.
Submit questions you want to discuss here: http://goo.gl/forms/MV5qpn0J56f4MLkF3
This event is co-hosted with Sex+STL
We just came back from Carnival & feeling inspired, want to bring the vibez to STL. Come party to dancehall, bounce, afrobeats, and trap!
Spinning Nappy DJ Needles
Dope flyer by Lola Ogbara
*This party follows our Radical Twerkshop happening from 7-9PM. Check out our page for more details.*
Twerking, a New Orleans’ dance turned mainstream, has been considered controversial from rap videos to Miley Cyrus. This workshop explores a new perspective on twerk, one that places this dance in its historical and global context and as one strategy to liberating and relcaiming our Black bodies and sexulaity. Come dressed and prepared to twerk and:
-Learn about women centered cultural dances from around the globe
-Openly discuss current and personal connections to historical dances
-Develop your own radical twerking practice
**This sexshop is for everyone, (yes men, you too). You may not want to twerk but you are strongly encouraged to move your body. If you're hoping to just watch other people twerk, this space is not for you.
Cost is $10
Dope flyer by Lola Ogbara
*Workshop followed by Basement Twerk Party*
Is oral sex still a taboo topic? In music and other forms of media, maybe not. After all, there is a popular song demanding that you "eat it like groceries." But what are everyday people talking about and doing in their sex lives? In this workshop we will:
- discuss tips and tricks
- explore the importance it may hold in your sex life and relationships
- share likes, dislikes, and expectations
Oppressive structures and stereotypes about the Black body and sexuality have limited and negatively impacted Black people and their sexual agency. For some Black people, sexual autonomy, pleasure, and discovery are foreign, unmentionable, and rejected. This is evident as one observes the Black female experience with masturbation and the Black male’s relationship with anal play. As current sex education models focus either on abstinence or sexual health, learners are not empowered to have sexual agency. Pleasure based sex education models provide accurate information about sexuality, sexual acts, and body positivity; and increase sexual self-agency. This panel will explore Black sexual empowerment through discussing masturbation, anal play, and pleasured based models.
With America’s racialized history, Black bodies have been sexually oppressed and repressed from slavery to current media depictions. It is imperative for sex educators to be knowledgeable and prepared to address how race impacts sexuality with Black clients. This workshop introduces Afrosexology, a pleasured based sex education program from a Black perspective. Come learn strategies and innovative ways to address Black clients and their sexual experiences and exploration.
Often we settle into routines in our relationships that can stifle growth and healthy sexploration. This sexshop focuses on techniques to communicate satisfaction and desires as it relates to intimacy and sex while engaging in activities to reach your own sexual goals. Ideally this sexshop is for couples. In this sexshop you will participate in activies that will:
- deepen your exploration into personal relationship & sexual desires
- encourage healthy communication techniques for your relationship
- help each couple create realistic and obtainable goals to enhance communication and sexual pleasure
This sexshop is a part of the Black Marriage Day Conference organized by The Institute for Sexuality & Intimacy, LLC.
PEACE Weaving Wholeness is hosting "Women, Let’s Talk About Sex! Healthy Mind, Body, and Spirit” . This event is a one-day women’s health symposium to holistically (mind, body & spirit) discuss the high rate of STD’s that exists in the St. Louis area, and provide a safe, fun, and educational environment for women to dialogue about the joys, concerns, and realities of their personal sexual wellbeing as well as that of the community. This will include a variety of presentations, interactive workshops, and exposure to community resources for women ages 18 years to 80 years (and above)!
Afrosexology will be facilitating an open ended session where women can ask questions about the information they have received throughout the day or about topics that have not been covered. Nothing is off limits. We will also be sharing tips about staying connected to your sexual self throughout life changes.
Afrosexology is taking over Washington University in St. Louis' Association of Black Students' meeting! Come with your sex and relationship related questions and let's discuss it all. Nothing is off limits!
Meet with 4 sexuality and therapy professionals to learn some new skills and get sexy for your lover. Learn how to talk dirty, masturbate for another and move your body to evoke sensual feelings.
Bring you, a couple of friends and your own bottles!
Price: $20 per person
Duration: 6p.m - 9 p.m
**This session is open to all**
Register here: http://www.lexxsexdoc.com/#!blank/zzdfe
We'll be at Webster University's Sexual Wellness Fair, come learn more about us, our mission, and have your sex questions answered!
For some Black women, sexual autonomy, pleasure, and discovery are not only unfamiliar practices but are usually unmentionable and rejected. Masturbation, a radical act of self-love and exploration, is too often met with guilt, shame, and fear. Join us as we discuss health benefits, challenge myths, and talk about masturbation as a tool of empowerment. We will:
-Describe anatomy, health benefits, and different uses of masturbation
-Challenge our own belief systems
-Share our positive experiences with masturbation and how it has impacted other aspects of our lives
*This sexshop is for woman-identified individuals only.
Afrosexology focuses on the sex life of all Black people. SO men, we want to hear from you! Join us in a conversation about Black men and sex, let's talk about it all- porn, the clit, oral sex, masculinity, relationships & more.
This event is inclusive to all Black male identified people.
Women are welcomed, but the discussion will be geared towards men.
Please invite others to participate.
As women some of the first messages we receive around body image, sex, love, and relationships come from the older women in our families, in particular our mothers. These messages tend to influence self perceptions, behaviors, and our interactions with others. Daughters already have ideas or experiences around sexuality and want to know that their mothers are available to answer questions and give advice when needed. Mothers want their daughters to grow into the confident, sexually empowered women, they are capable of being. Come learn skills to develop healthy and open communication styles between mothers and daughters around topics related to sexuality. In this sexshop we will:
- discuss barriers to open communication around sexuality
- learn several new communication skills that encourage openness
- explore the types of questions mothers & daughters have about sexuality
- write letters to one another about building their relationships
*We would like to see mothers & daughters come together, but this workshop is open to all interested women and girls
The usage of Black women's bodies, from slavery to media, impacts Black women's sexual experiences and exploration. As a result, there are many stereotypes about how Black women should perform their sexuality. Defining your erotic self strengthens your sexual voice and challenges "the do's and don'ts" of Black women's sexuality. From erotic porn to candlelit baths, explore what stimulates you and leads to the discovery of your authentic and most erotic self. In this sexshop we will:
- Explore different forms of eroticism
- Discover ways to stimulate your erotic self
- Create your Erotic Care Plan
Optional: bring wine & snacks
*this sexshop is for women identified individuals
For some Black women, sexual autonomy, pleasure, and discovery are not only foreign practices but are unmentionable and rejected as well. Masturbation, a radical act of self-love and exploration, is too often met with guilt, shame, and fear. This session will review the research of sexual autonomy and Black Women, by examing Women in Blues, Black women’s literature, art, and analyze how participants have been socialized to consider the topic. From Bessie Smith to Audre Lorde, Black bodies experiencing pleasure have been explored as a tool of empowerment and liberation on micro to macro levels. Incorporation of these healing and liberating stories can inform and assist sexuality educators as they work to build sex positive Black communities.
This presentation is a part of The Association of Black Sexologists and Clinicians' Black Families, Black Relationships, Black Sexuality Conference: Building and Strengthening Our Community. Workshop will be held Oct 2 from 2:00-2:50PM.
Twerking, a New Orleans’ dance turned mainstream has been considered controversial from rap videos to Miley Cyrus. This workshop explores a new perspective on Twerk, one that places this dance in its historical and global context and as one strategy to liberating and reclaiming our Black bodies and sexuality. Come dressed & prepared to Twerk!
This presentation is a part of The Association of Black Sexologists and Clinicians' Black Families, Black Relationships, Black Sexuality Conference: Building and Strengthening Our Community. Workshop will be held Oct 1 from 3:30-4:20PM.