The short and sweet: Applications to participate in FemSexComm's 4th workshop season are due on January 15th. Online applications and more details can be found on our website at www.femsexcomm.org. Our last info session is next Monday, January 14th at Interplayce in Oakland. We hope you'll join us!
Some more info (less short but equally sweet):
1. What is FemSexComm? FemSexComm is a 15-week Bay Area workshop series with discussion groups in San Francisco and Oakland. Modeled after the long-running and popular female sexuality workshop at Brown, Carleton, and Harvard, FemSexComm brings these conversations out of the academic setting and into the greater Bay Area community — opening a vibrant space for learning, empowerment, and self-discovery. FemSexComm provides a courageous and supportive platform to explore a variety of issues through the lens of female sexuality, including gender, sex, desire, privilege, allyship, and more. A new season of the FemSexComm workshop begins in February.
2. Who can take this workshop?We encourage all who are interested to come to an info session (Spring Date: Wednesday, January 9th). We welcome people of all genders, sexualities and sexual orientations, ethnicities, religious affiliations, political inclinations, abilities, income levels, and occupations. We ask that participants be age 18 or older. Please contact us at email@example.com with any questions about participation.
3. Where and when is the workshop?Our San Francisco workshop location will be 518 Valencia, the Eric Quezada Center for Culture and Politics. In Oakland, we will meet at Interplay, located at 2273 Telegraph Ave. The workshop will meet every Monday from 6:00pm to 9:00pm, and run for 15 weeks. This season is scheduled to begin the week of February 3rd and end the week of May 12th. Both spaces are fully accessible; please arrive fragrance-free to respect folks with multiple chemical sensitivities. Thank you!
“If you are at all curious about sexuality, identity, power, privilege, pleasure, health, communication, community…go to FemSexComm! I can’t recommend it highly enough."