Take Me to Your Safe Sex Seminars (2002)
From sexpert.com -- "What Woman Really Want in Bed"
For Men Only.In this fun, informative class, you’ll discover what women wish you knew about them - but rarely tell you. Love guru and sex expert Dr. Ava Cadell will answer all your questions, ease you over your anxieties with frank discussions about what women really want and teach you new techniques guaranteed to satisfy any woman.Did you know the majority of women say that they prefer sensuality to sexuality? So how can you learn about these most desired sensual technique? Chances are, you won’t get the right information from your ill-informed friends or adult videos. There is a better way.Dr. Ava Cadell will share secrets to fulfilling your partner’s needs by harmonizing sensual techniques that will tease her and drive her wild and incorporating sexual activities to keep you satisfied. This class is for men who want to learn the secrets of a woman & raise their erotic IQ.Dr. Ava Cadell will cover:--The G-spot mystery
--Erogenous Zones and why slower is better
--Using common household items to enhance lovemaking
--The latest sex toys that will drive her wild
--Multiple orgasms for men and women
--Keeping the flame of passion burning
--Making safe sex erotic
This class is for men who love sex...and men who want to love sex!
From The Naked Truth Seminars:
Although God has glorious plans for your love life, disturbingly, in today’s society finding True Love is a lot like trekking through a wild jungle.Amongst other things you must avoid: liars, fakes, cheaters, men on the down low, angry bitter females, gold-diggers, HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases.[...]No Glove No Love? -- Raw and uncut, we’ll examine the naked truth about safe sex. We’ll answer critical questions such as, “Where, when and how safe sex originated? Is safe sex really safe? Who’s really behind the safe sex movement? Are condoms the surefire bullet proof method to preventing unwanted pregnancies and sexually transmitted diseases?”
That safecracking class is gonna come in handy...
[Safe Sex #2 (How About a Little), 1987, from Winston Smith's ArtCrime]
CREATING A SPACE FOR PLEASURE
A Seminar on Hosting Erotic EventsSunday, May 31, 1998
Noon - 5pm
$61412 12th Ave
SeattleFor many people, the idea of attending or hosting an erotic event is both intriguing and intimidating. On the one hand, it might be wonderful or perhaps even transformative to be able to experience erotic or sensual pleasure in the presence of other folks who are similarly engaged. On the other hand, you might have only a vague sense that such events are possible, much less know how to feel comfortable attending or hosting one.
The fact of the matter is that a wide variety of erotic events, ranging from large semi-public gatherings to small invitation-only gatherings of a few friends, occur on a regular basis all over the world. If you are curious about this cultural phenomenon, think you might like to attend some sort of erotic gathering, or think you might like to host one, then this is the seminar for you."Creating a Space for Pleasure: A Seminar on Hosting Erotic Events" will leave you with all the information you need to attend or host an erotic event of your own. It will contain the distilled wisdom of folks who have considerable experience at successfully putting on erotic events ranging in size from 150 people to 3 people. Several participants in this seminar (men and women of various persuasions and orientations) who have attended a variety of erotic events in Seattle, San Francisco, Portland, and other places will be present to share their experience in terms of "what worked" and "what didn't work."This seminar will present information on how to host a variety of different types of events, including safer sex parties, erotic massage salons, "ritual/spiritual sex" events, BDSM play parties, "threesomes," large gatherings, and more. Towards the end, a group brainstorming session will help each attendee create a personalized written "blueprint" for an event he or she might like to create and host at some point in the future. Issues such as creating the guest list, arranging the space, deciding on the type of event you wish to create, helping the guests feel safe, having a good time as the host, dealing with emotional issues and jealousy, etc., will all be covered.[...]Light snacks and informational handouts will be provided, and we plan to start on time :)
I get the feeling that the visitor in today's image wants to be taken -- but not necessarily to a leader.
Why not treat yourself and visit Matt at The Tattered Coat to view and vote in the First Annual Katherine Harris Colorized Photo Contest? You might recall that Ms. Harris complained recently that the press was "colorizing" her photos. You can explore my digitized contribution and many other fine alterations. All are hysterical and worth checking out.