Trans Sex for Trans and Sexy
Come to talk about bodies, language, behaviors, and desires (and coming!) - all presented with trans*, genderqueer, and gender non-conforming people in mind. Our communities have particular concerns, as well as special opportunities for fun and frolic, that are often left out of mainstream Sex Ed. We'll talk about what can be adapted for our bodies (how /do/ you safely rubber up a transguy's dicklet?) and how to do it (have you been looking for the secrets to making a double-dong work with any combo of holes? We have them...) Here's a chance to learn about the care, feeding, and delight of your tingly bits (and/or those of your partner) in a safe and trans-positive environment. This class is for trans*, genderqueer, and gender non-conforming people and our partners only, and certainly does recognize that T/GQ/GNC people can be partners of T/GQ/GNC people (double your pleasure, double your fun!).
S. Bear Bergman is an author, a theater artist, and a frequent lecturer regarding issues relating to the points of intersection between gender, sexuality, and culture. A longtime activist on behalf of anyone who wants to learn and be different at the same time, Bear tours and lectures about topics close to his heart, pausing frequently to encourage and admire youth activists. Bear was one of the original founders of the first Gay/Straight Alliances and a founding commission member of what is now called the Massachusetts Safe Schools Project. Today, he creates cultural competency and institutional policy around LGBTQ issues for corporations,universities, school systems, health organizations, and state and
Bear's published work includes Butch Is a Noun (reissued with a new foreword by Arsenal Pulp Press, 2010) and Lambda Literary Award-finalist The Nearest Exit May be Behind You (Arsenal Pulp Press, 2009). He is also the editor (with the inimitable Kate Bornstein) of the multiple-awardwinning Gender Outlaws: The Next Generation (Seal Press, 2010). Bear is the creator and performer of four award-winning solo performances, a frequent contributor to anthologies on all manner of topics, and has recently been named to the editorial board of the LGBT Encyclopedia of America. Bear lives in Toronto, Ontario with his husband j wallace and their son,Stanley.
927 West 36th St
Baltimore, MD 21211
|Minimum Age: 18|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|