Prioritising self-pleasure as self-care on Valentines Day.
Thursday 14th February
@ Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen, London, N1 6NU
6.30pm – 10pm
We’re making this Valentines Day the day to woo yourself, to find the key to your own heart rather than the heart of someone else. An evening of frank discussion with panel on self-pleasure, self care and how acceptance can be the key to a better s*x life (plus why being alone isn’t bad…but can be amazing!)
What does “s*xual wellness” mean to you?
Have you experienced the power of solo-dates?
Did you know vibrator use is significantly associated with increased desire, lubrication, arousal, orgasm and comfort during s*x?
Come. Let’s explore.
Honey Ross – Co-founder, The Pink Protest
Rukiat Ashawe – S*xual Health & feminist writer
Frankie Wells – Co-founder, Foundation FM & Project Pleasure
Kelly Ford – Comedian, presenter & model
We’ll also be writing love letters to ourselves en masse and embodying our sensual selves with The School of Strut (no need to bring anything but yourselves and some sass!). There’ll be the opportunity to play with Goddess Cards, experience mini Reiki healings by Edit, massages from The Zen Sisters and 2-4-1 cocktails for all ticket holders!
£10 advance tickets
£15 on the door
(please see FAQs below if the price is prohibitive to you)
Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?
This is an over 18 event only.
Is there food and drink?
Food is available at the venue provided by The Orange Buffalo and there is a full bar.
Who is welcome at the event?
This event is for all folx, no matter what gender, sexuality, ability, colour, size or background. Please email email@example.com if you are low-income or can’t afford the ticket price and would like to request one of our discounted tickets. We also reserve a few free tickets for carers and companions.
There will be a ‘green room’ which is suitable as chill out spot if you are overwhelmed during the event, please ask one of the bar members. It is also an evening totally suitable to come alone but please get in touch if you have concerns.
Is the event wheelchair accessible?
Yes, the space is wheelchair accessible. Please get in contact with the organiser on firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any futher access requirements and we will do our best to accommodate them.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
No just say your name or show your ticket on your phone.