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The Big ‘O’!
That’s right...we’re shouting about it loud and clear...we’re talking Orgasms!
All hail the mighty Orgasm!
Did you know that a whopping 80% of women don’t have orgasms through penetrative sex? Wow! But fear not...there’s a whole host of other orgasms you might not even know existed, let alone how to achieve them...until you’ve had one...and then hallelujah! Were you aware you could have mouth orgasms or nipple orgasms?! Bet you didn’t know that and bet you’d like to learn more!
So why is such a state of pleasure so uncomfortable to talk about? There are so many more benefits to them than just giving you 10 seconds (let’s be honest here…) of euphoria. Better sleep, reduction in stress, glowing skin are but to name a few.
Why not come along and join our extremely knowledgeable panel who will frankly, openly and honestly discuss the different types of orgasms; how best to achieve them; common misconceptions and the health benefits of them!
Please bring ID with you, the venue may refuse entry without it.
Ticket price includes a glass of fizz and Killing Kittens goody bag.
About the Panellists:
Emma Sayle is one of the UK’s leading ‘sex-entrepreneurs’. She made her name launching the elite global adult-party brand Killing Kittens in 2005, she has gone on to become a leading spokesperson for the female-first movement. Her passion for female empowerment is the driving force behind the KK Group, which inspires women to make connections socially, sexually, romantically and professionally, through experiences created both online and offline.
Ruby Rare is a sex educator, artist, and body-positive champion. She's on a mission to engage people of all ages in positive conversations about their pleasure. Her work is influenced by her experiences as a queer, non-monogamous, dual-heritage woman. For the past 4 years, she's worked at Brook, the UK's leading sexual health charity for young people, where she currently manages a National period equality project. On top of this, she facilitates events for adult audiences about non-monogamy, porn, sex toys, pleasure, and even how to be a slut! She’s spoken at Women of the World, Summerhouse Festival and on BBC4’s Woman’s Hour, and has been featured in Time Out, Huffington Post, MTV, and Pink News. She spends her days over-sharing on Instagram and eating too much jelly.
Lisa Williams is the co-host of The Hotbed, a podcast which seeks to promote open, honest and funny dialogue about sex. Her co-founders are Cherry Healey (BBC Three, Letters to My Fanny), and Anniki Sommerville (Selfish Mother). She has also co-written a hit book: More Orgasms Please: Why Female Pleasure Matters which was published by Penguin last summer. Lisa is also a journalist and digital consultant, and was previously a digital editor at Conde Nast, editing Tatler's website, Lisa has also written for British Vogue, Marie Claire, and has reviewed feminist porn and arthouse films for Electric Sheep.
Sue Walsh is the Managing Director of Rocks Off Limited the UK’s leading manufacturer and innovator of SWB and adult pleasure products. Since joining the company in 2012 she has worked together with the company’s design and development teams and has been instrumental in taking the brand directly into the mainstream. In a business environment that had previously been male-dominated for many years, she believes the beneficial changes we are now seeing in the pleasure product industry in terms of style, finishes, presentation and their “coming of age” as lifestyle products can be directly attributed to female influencers.
Sarah Welsh, is Co-founder of HANX. Sarah and Farah of HANX are good friends from school, "so we go way back!" After school in York, they both went to Durham University. Farah ended up working in investment banking in London, whilst Sarah has moved around working in medicine, focusing on gynaecology and sexual health. HANX was born at the end of 2015 when we realised there was no condom brand out there talking to women or representing what they wanted. This was when they officially become business partners as well as friends!