The sex salon is a place to talk openly about what you like in the bedroom.

Sex Salon back by popular demand

This event aims to offer an opportunity for people to come together and share their questions, ideas, concerns, knowledge, and thoughts.

Dandy Lion Events is organizing another Sex Salon for this Saturday.

This is an opportunity for sex positive and emotionally open adults to share ideas, questions, erotica and performances.  All adults are welcome, whatever a “relationship” looks like for you, no matter if you are in a relationship or not — the only requirement is an open mind.

There will be an expert panel consisting of sex therapist David Hersh, non-violent communication instructor Micheal Sheely, Christopher Moore of ANKORS and Valentina of Isis Essentials, who will speak about kink, tantra and BDSM.

The panel will be available for any and all questions, with anonymous questioning facilitated.

The event is Saturday, November 23 at The BookSmyth (338 Baker Street). No minors allowed. Tickets are $7 to $13, sliding scale, available at the door or in advance at Isis Essentials (582 Ward Street).

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