Most of what we know about women's sexuality is wrong.
Women's sexuality is totally different from AND exactly the same as men's sexuality.
Women's sexuality is NOT problematic, complex, or, least of all, pathological.
We are further away from a women's viagra today than we ever thought we were in the past.
Please come with your questions, or PM them, in advance of the class, to Adaya.
- A note about gender for the purpose of this class: Unfortunately, most of the science that has been reported has been done on cis gendered women. Adaya, however, will be honored to hold space for any trans or non-binary gendered people who would like to talk about their own experience.
About the presenterAdaya Adler is a feminist, writer, presenter, and founder of the group The Chicago Feminist Renaissance. Her work has been feaured on Rolereboot.com and the Huffington Post. She is a Jacqueline-of-all-trades who has worked every job from a Fortune 500 corporate trainer to a down-and-out phone sex operator. In her spare time, Adaya researches psychology, anthropology, human sexuality, and virology; for fun!
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***************The NEW Science of Women’s Sexuality w/ Adaya
Saturday, November 7th, 2015
6:00 p.m. – 7:45 p.m.
Galleria Domain Two ( GD2 )
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Open to all 18-35 and their partners w/ID
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