The Fine Art of Dirty Talk
Explore dirty talk, why we like it, what we want from it and how to incorporate it sexually.
Feeling shy about talking dirty? Have a lover who wishes you would, but you sometimes clam up or struggle with obstacles to saying those sweet nasty things? Wish you could open the door to dirty words without shame? This workshop will be a fun exploration of dirty talk, why we like it, what we want from it and how to incorporate it with partners. There is no one size fits all, so you'll explore and practice what feels good for you, how to find common ground with your partners, and walk away with a bigger dirty vocabulary. Come on, say it like you mean it! This class is open to everyone who wants to take it, irregardless of orientation, identification, what's in your pants or what is in your dirty little mind.
Amy Jo Goddard thrives on creating environments that foster growth and assisting people in having the delicious sex and relationships they desire. She believes that healthy, non-violent, fulfilling relationships are a key to changing the world. Amy Jo maintains a private practice as a sexual empowerment coach and a David Neagle Certified Miracle of Money Mentor, and helps people create financial abundance, sexual pleasure and the relationships and lives they desire. She is founder of SPECTRA (www.sexualityprofessionals.com), a mentorship program to help sexuality professionals make more money doing the sexuality work they are passionate about.
Amy Jo has taught breast and pelvic exams to medical/nursing students for 10 years and she is director/producer of the forthcoming documentary, At Your Cervix, a film that depicts this work (www.atyourcervixmovie.com). Amy Jo was host of CherryBomb.com's web stream program "Fresh Advice," developing, researching, writing and performing over 60 episodes on women's sexuality. She is co-author of Lesbian Sex Secrets for Men and is a contributing author of All About Sex: A Family Resource Guide on Sex and Sexuality. Her article about queer performance artists, activism and cultural work was published in the Social Justice Journal and she has been published in numerous other publications including LOFT and Bust Magazine.
1001 West 36th Street
Baltimore, MD 21211
|Minimum Age: 18|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|