I’m a bit late in posting this news. Sorry! I like to announce events that promote and celebrate sex positive topics. I’ve been deep in the writer’s cave working on projects. If anyone knows of any events like this, please feel free to contact me via this blog or my website and I’ll be happy to post the news. This looks like an awesome event!
Sex Down South is a three-day sex and sexuality conference– that’s this weekend, October 13-15, 2016, in Atlanta, GA.
The conference will conclude on Saturday night with their exclusive Big Bang Event ball featuring flirtatious revelry, erotic demonstrations, and deliciously diverse (and perverse!) entertainment!
Expect over 50 presenters and workshops to choose from including appearances by nationally noted Sex Celebs.
Subjects to be addressed and explored include:
- Sacred/Spiritual/Tantric Sexuality
- Religion & Sexuality
- BDSM/Kink/Costume Play
- Sex in the South/Geographical implications on Sexuality
- Race & Sexuality
- Aging & Sexuality
- Sex & Disability
- Youth Sex Education
- Communication & Healthy Relationships
- Single Life
- Trans* & Genderqueer Sexualities
- Lesbian/Gay/Same Gender Loving/Bisexual/Queer Sexualities
- Sexuality in Academia
- Sexual Liberation/Sexual Justice
- Reproductive Justice
- Sex Worker Rights
- Trauma and Sexuality
This event was born out of a desire to create a safe space in the Southeast where folks could explore sex and sexuality. They cater to a diverse range of people: from the curious, to those who are quite comfortable expanding their sexual view! Here, like-minded ‘sex-positives’ come to explore, connect, and share knowledge and skills.
Their goal is to foster learning, inspiration, and wonder – and provoke conversations that matter. Also discussed at the event, will be an in-depth look at how race, gender, class, ability, religion, and other factors influence our experiences of our bodies and our sexualities.
Our desires are directly linked to our empowerment and satisfaction in life. “Sex Down South is a space for everyday people and ‘sexperts’ alike to teach and share extraordinary things – and for participants to leave knowing more about their own sexualities and desires than when they arrived.”
Location: Hilton Atlanta, 255 Courtland Street NE, Atlanta, GA 30303
Admission: $179-229 (day pass, student and volunteer discounts available)