Mapping the Vulva: Anatomy, Communication, Touch, & Pleasure
There is so much mystery surrounding vulvas that it's become a pop-culture joke. From Orange is the New Black to Gay Men Draw Vaginas - where even the title is inaccurate. Unfortunately, the joke is on us. With vulvas being a place of mystery, and worse - a source of shame - a person's ability to receive pleasure from this area of their body can be extremely diminished. In this class we will dispel misinformation and teach you all about the vulva from anatomy to styles of touch. In addition to the external genitalia the underlying anatomical structures, the vagina, and the g-spot will also be covered.
But we won't dive straight in. As with all of Stella's classes, the content is shown through the lens of intimacy and connection. We will cover styles of communication that will set both the giver and the receiver of touch at ease and give you tools to communicate your desires. There is a whole world of pleasure available if giver and receiver are willing to learn how to relax, open up, and to touch and receive touch.
People of all genders and sexualities are welcome to attend, either solo or with a partner or friend. This class will be a safe, supportive environment for people to learn. The class will be part lecture with visual aids and part live demonstration.
Please note that this location is up a flight of stairs and there is no elevator in the building.
What people are saying about Mapping the Vulva:
"This class changed my life." Anon
"I learned more in one night about the woman's body then in all my 36 years of being sexually active. Wow. I am so anxious to try this stuff out. The whole world needs to take that class." ~Aaron R.
"It was a truly sensational class and cascaded into a sensual explosion at home. After about ten minutes my partner said, 'I really like that class.' Note: She didn't attend; I did. About 30 minutes in she said, 'I always liked the way you touched me before, but this is different.'" ~Scott
Address Provided Upon Purchase - at 18th and Alberta
Messaged upon tickate purchase
Portland, OR 97211
|Minimum Age: 18|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|