Our classes will be held online until further notice. Zoom links are sent out 3 days prior and then again 1 hour prior to class. If you sign up within 3 days, please be patient in waiting for the final reminder email, which will be sent out 1 hour prior to the class.
Please note: our classes are LIVE. Some classes are recorded and available to watch online for one week, based on educator discretion. Interested in a private group class? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and let’s talk!
Class cancellation policy: refund in the form of store credit if cancellation is at least 24 hours prior to the event. No day-of cancellations.
Workshops and Community Nights can be ASL interpreted upon request. Please request interpretation at least 1 week in advance by emailing us at email@example.com.
A cancer diagnosis changes everything. Self-image, body image, intimacy, sex, and sexual function are often upended from diagnosis through treatment — and well into survivorship. Who am I now? What feels good now? What do I want? Join mother-daughter duo, Leslie (RN, ARNP) and Gretchen, for this informative workshop on cancer and sexuality.
Does the idea of restraint turn you on? Want to learn the building blocks of rope bondage? This comprehensive 3-hour class combines some of the most popular content in Stella Harris' bondage arsenal! You'll learn how to use rope to build intimacy and connection while you're tying, and tricks to help you build confidence as a beginner and beyond.
Sex, BDSM, and psychedelics may all be used to help us tap into our erotic power and expand our sense of self and relationship with others. Combining altered states may accelerate or intensify effects and sensations. Join sex educators and legal psilocybin facilitators Amory Jane and James Belle for this exciting new workshop!
Our bodies are changing in a myriad of ways, including irregular periods, hot flashes, libido shifts, mood swings, insomnia, vaginal dryness, pain during penetration, and orgasm changes. In this class, Tristan Taormino will talk about how these 'pauses' affect self-image, sex drive, desires, intimacy, and relationships.
What is consensual non-consent play? It is a type of sexual play in which consenting adults engage in a scene where one of the people involved acts as if they are not enjoying it. Join Miss Mackenzee for this workshop about a taboo subject that can make people hesitant to dive into the deep end.