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Fun Little Sex Games - Online for Couples, All Orientations


Sat 25 Apr 2020, 1:00pm–5:00pm

Where: Virtual Location, Online, Virtual

Restrictions: 18+

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Listed by: thecuriouscreatures

‘Couples’, in this context, means any two people who are in a touch-based relationship.

This workshop presents a series of fun little games and activities to support exploration of your sexuality and cultivate playful communication with a partner.

Why fumble around with intimate contact and hope for the best, when you could be having exactly what you want, at precisely the level you want it? Join us for a gradually deepening series of little games and activities that can easily be used as ongoing practices.

Over four hours you will learn how to recognise what you want, understand your boundaries, communicate all of this to a partner, get better at dropping fully into 'giving' or 'receiving' mode, and - finally! - embed consent and negotiation into your sex-life in a way that reflects your brand of sexy.

This is achieved through a variety of exercises, some with touch, and some without. All exercises involving touch are done in complete privacy, without your video or microphone. Some discussion activities are done with your video on, but your microphone off.
Both partners will need to be in the same room, with enough space to sit, stand, and lie down, and be free from distractions.

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Read a writeup in The Sydney Morning Herald:

If you're interested in this workshop you may want to check out our popular ‘Online Social’: or our online, guided self-pleasure practice, ‘Pathways to your Pleasure’’: Or see our 25+ in-person sexuality and self-development workshops: (on pause due to social distancing).

Two out of four chillies. Most people experience this workshop as a gentle introduction, some experience it as challenging at times.

Who for:
Those seeking: Communication skills with partners in relation to sex; deepened sexual connection with self and others; ways to access diverse and new forms of touch; and a stronger ability to articulate desires and boundaries. Couples of any gender or sexual orientation.

Not for:
Couples that are unable to be in the same room and engage in simple touch activities due to physical isolation.

What exercises / activities?
Some movement and stretching. Verbal discussion about yourself. Issuing requests, and saying ‘yes’ and ‘no’. Touch exercises that teach boundary-setting and communication. Touch exercises that teach different styles of touch. Eye-gazing and breathing.

Will there be pair work?
Yes. Lots. Please note, you only ever work to a level that's right for you, from cautious to delicious! You may also sit out of any exercise that is not right for you.

How will pairing be done?
For this ‘couples’ version of this workshop, you will only be doing exercises with the person next to you - no small-group ‘breakout’ rooms.

No nudity on screen. You will have total privacy during exercises to do as you wish, however there is no requirement or expectation that you will get naked.

Sexual content:
The workshop is primarily about sexuality and sexual expression. However, all exercises can be done in a non-sexual way.

You may sit out of any activity, or participate only to a level that's right for you. Ratio of discussion to experiential: 20% discussion, 80% experiential.

Technology: Generally, a low level of technology and technical knowledge is needed for this workshop. There must be two people together in a room, with enough space to sit, stand, and lie down. You can use two laptops, or one - whatever is easiest for you. Microphone quality is not important. A quiet room, free from distractions, is needed.

Bring: Have snacks and water handy. No need to take notes - a full handout will be provided.