Join us for a workshop on Tuesday 19th September 2017 in Hoxton, London for a fun, informative and interactive workshop about fluctuation of desire in relationships.
We often get the message that we should have a consistent amount of sexual desire in our relationships. People fear that it’s a sign of trouble if their desires change, or if they have different amounts of desire to their partner. Actually it’s totally normal for our amount, and type, of desire, to change over time. And different amounts and types of desire are to be expected in relationships.
This workshop takes you through how to navigate fluctuations and discrepancies in desire, focusing on being with ourselves where we are and expanding our erotic imaginations. It’s an interactive workshop, which means that we’ll be asking you to work in small groups and feedback your thoughts to us. We will be generating lots of material to give you a lot of different useful ideas for you to reflect on and take away.
We’ll start the evening with a few gentle ground rules to make sure that everyone feels comfortable to take part. If this sounds daunting don’t worry – we’ve delivered loads of workshops together and it’s a lovely way to spend an evening.
You’ll also be able to ask us some questions at the end of the evening (which we may record and release as a podcast if you are all okay with that). You can also get us to sign your books if you like (although Justin is always really embarrassed about doing that).
Where: Sh! 57 Hoxton Square, London N1 6PB
When: Tuesday 19th September at 6:30pm
Price: £15 | The price includes a copy of their new book Enjoy Sex (How, when and if you want to): A Practical and Inclusive Guide
For more information and to book your place head to Sh!
If you’ve never been to Sh! then you can also have a lovely browse around the shop and check out their sex toys, gadgets, lubes, condoms, books, implements and games. It’s a lovely lovely space and we are thrilled to be spending the evening there. Looking forward to seeing you all!
Justin & Meg-John