Sex: Pleasure Anatomy with Louise

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This class is all about pleasure! Sex educator Louise Bourchier will teach you the ins-and-outs of sexual anatomy so you can maximise pleasure in your sex life (whether solo or partnered).

Rather than the reproductive focus that most of us learned in school, Louise’s style of grown-up sex ed focuses on the feel-good aspects of sex and is inclusive of all genders, bodies, sexual orientations and relationship statuses. With a dash of humour, fun props and nerdy sex trivia, Louise will offer useful strategies to make the most out of your sexual response.

No materials needed. And just to clarify, this class is 100% CLOTHES ON!

What will we cover?

Within this workshop we will explore:

– The sexual response cycle and orgasm
– Anatomy and arousal on the vulva and vagina
– How to pleasure the whole clitoris (not just the part on the outside!)
– Demystifying the G-spot and squirting
– Penis parts and pleasure
– How to find and stimulate the prostate
– Role of the pelvic floor in sexual function
– Tips for communicating about pleasure
– Q&A time for you to ask questions anonymously


Wheelchair Accessible Venue

Gender Neutral Bathrooms

Quiet Spaces

Free Tickets for First Nation Attendees

    Who will be Teaching?

    Louise Bourchier is a sex educator who teaches about health, pleasure, and communication skills using a sex-positive and inclusive approach.

    Since 2011 she has taught over a hundred workshops to diverse adult audiences including doctors, refugees, and erotica writers among others.

    In her day-job she teaches sexual health and public health at university, where she is also a PhD candidate. Twitter: @louisebourchier

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    Photo collage credit: cute bum photo by Sean Robertson on Unsplash; cute penis photo by Denny Müller on Unsplash; cute mouth photo by Lisette Harzing on Unsplash; cute hand and nipple photo by Victoria Strukovskaya on Unsplash; glitter heart overlay image by Design n Print on Pixabay.

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