Workshop: Get Your Flirt On!

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Get Your Flirt On!

November 7th 2019 at 8pm


Do you get anxious at the idea of connecting with someone online? Not sure how to go from "hello" to "hell yeah"? Do you stress out thinking about whether or not they're actually into you? Never fear! This class will offer you a new way to frame flirting as both a teachable social skill as well as a pleasurable recreational activity.

We'll discuss what flirting really is, goal-oriented versus recreational flirting, how to better notice when you're being flirted with, as well as ways to move from flirting to deeper connections. We'll even cover how to navigate flirting in consent-aware ways, and how to use flirting as a way to negotiate in ways that invite everyone to be authentic!

We are super excited to be able to offer this workshop for free due to the generous sponsorship of #open, a new inclusive, sex-positive community where the curious come together! Check them out here.

Space is limited so sign up in advance to be sure you have a spot. 

 

Sarah Sloane (she/her) is a nationally recognized educator, writer, and coach whose mission is to create more “light bulb moments” and help others to more powerfully embody their kinks & sexual desires. Sarah's taught for over 18 years at clubs, events, universities, retail shops, and professional organizations throughout the US, Canada, and New Zealand; she’s also written a numerous articles for dozens of websites and publications, and her chapter “Whole Hand Sex: Vaginal Fisting” has been included in Tristan Taormino’s “The Ultimate Guide to Kink”. She’s been an active member of alt sexuality & relationship communities for over 20 years. You can learn more about her at her website, www.sarahsloane.net.
 
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