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Juneteenth Pre-Party!

June 16 @ 7:30 pm 9:30 pm PDT

Free
CJ and Ayanna

Celebrate community and sex positivity with us at our Juneteenth pre-party! This free, private event is by Black folks, for Black folks! She Bop’s CJ and Ayanna will be your hosts while you browse, mingle, ask questions, and win some toys and local goodies in our raffle. This event came from the passion both of the hosts have for sharing space and spreading knowledge about all things sex positive. Come for the community, leave with a full heart and some treats for the bedroom!

Sign up now to secure a spot and you’ll receive an additional raffle ticket! Select your arrival time, 7:30 pm or 8:30 pm, at checkout. This event is 21+ and masks are optional with vaccination card.

If you can’t make it this time, don’t worry — we’ll be hosting another event in the fall! To be notified when that event is scheduled, fill out this form.

CJ is a vegan baker, plant auntie, and kinkster with a background in sex work. An extroverted Aries, CJ loves to geek out about everything from lube ingredients to impact play and share her knowledge with the community as often as possible.

Ayanna feels most liberated when advocating for her community and their rights to exist in this world unapologetically. Born and raised in Portland, she’s seen the lack of safe sex-positive spaces for Black residents. Sex can be taboo in the Black community, and she wants to break that mold. In her free time she loves making music, cooking, and belting Amy Winehouse at karaoke.