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Queer Hearted presents

Fuck Gender – a Queer Sex Workshop

  • Saturday 8 April 2pm

The Marlborough Theatre

£12/£10 concessions

Have you ever wondered what your sexual self would look like without the constraints of gender?
What might arousal be like if you could undo some of those pesky gendered associations?
How might gentle curiosity create space for embodied learning about your own unique sexuality?

This sensational workshop experience is facilitated by H Howitt and Sir Claire Black and assisted by Amanda Gay love as well as proudly produced by Queer Hearted.

We aim to create a safe, loving and compassionate container for people of all genders, body types, identities, and with any degree of prior experience to explore. We’ll be having group discussion, small group and pair work and some practical exercises.

Sex is largely presented to us as intrinsically linked to both our genitals, and subsequently, our gender. Once we unpick the misconception that genitals = gender, what building blocks are we left with to construct our sexualities? Often, both the bits in our pants, and the things we might do to get off, are still defined by performative, gendered norms, shaped by both the rules we adopt, as well as the ones we reject.

This can create some tricky terrain, particularly for us queers. So, what would our sexual selves look like if we built from a place beyond gender? If we learnt simple practises that helped us to engage sexually, not despite our queer bodies, but because of their wonderful, binary-busting potential?

H is a non-binary, trans identified, queer sex worker, educator and porn performer. They are passionate about equipping people with skills and language to access pleasure and intimacy. The workshops they offer are ideal for gender non-conforming, non-binary, trans* and queer folk, and for anyone navigating queer or marginalised bodies – their own or others.

H has been fortunate enough to train with some of the pioneers of queer, conscious sexuality. They discovered the joyous intersection of kink and spirituality, tantra and BDSM, from a non-binary perspective, under the watchful eye of Dossie Easton, Lee Harrington, Barbara Carellas and Janet Hardy.

Things to Bring:
A cushion (to support your bum when sitting)
Yoga matt or blanket you can lie on
A light blanket or wrap of some description (your temperature is likely to change through out the workshop)
A note book and pen
Water bottle
Wear loose comfy clothing

Tickets are available from The Marlborough pub in cash with no booking fee.



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