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Jazz Goldman and I talk about organizing sex positive and sex-on-premises events. We talk about our love of these events and why we volunteer to do that work. We share our experiences in sex communities including the burner scene. I do use the word “literally” in this episode to mean “figuratively” which is now definitively one of the definitions of the word literally - don’t hate me for using modern English. I don’t like that the word has come to mean what it means, but I’m rolling with the punches.
We also talk about the experience of organizing as mixed-race people of colour.
- What’s the difference between sex-on-premises and sex-positive in event organizing?
- What was going to your first sex event like?
- What do you like most about sex events?
- What kinds of sex-on-premises events exist in various cities you’ve been in?
- How does your experience as a non-binary femme affect your experience at sex-on-premises events?
- How does your experience as a Black person affect your experience at sex-on-premises events?
- What are common misconceptions of attendees who want to come to a sex positive event?
- What’s your experience with hosting events like these?
- What are some common misconceptions about trying to host sex positive events?
- What are some challenges to creating welcoming group sex environments? (shifts in relationship status, location, “aging out” ie: growing out of it, etc.)