What is the one thing you've been wanting in sex, dating, or relationships but have been too afraid to ask?
I know I want kids within the next three years.
I want to open up our relationship.
I'm only looking for something casual.
I don't think we're a good fit and I want to break up.
Maybe you're worried about rejection or embarrassment. Perhaps you don't know the right words. It's possible you've never even given yourself the time and space to think about it.
This event will provide you with the inspiration, tools, and practice to empower you to ask for what you want. The interactive component will be a surprise. I can't give it away but I promise it will be ANONYMOUS!
6:30-7:30pm Cash Bar
7:30-8:30pm Speakers + Interactive Exercise
Tickets: $10 through Eventbriite to cover the cost of renting the space
Logan Ury is a behavioral scientist. She runs a popular event series called Talks at Google: Modern Romance in which she interviews experts in the field of relationship science. Logan has spoken about love and relationships at SXSW and written about it in TIME magazine. She runs "Looking For Love" a new Facebook group for single professional women. She's working on her new podcast-- Love Lab: Relationship advice from where you least expect it.
Dixie De La Tour is a sexual folklorist, storyteller, entrepreneur, teacher, catalyst, community builder, facilitator, & instigator, and is the founder, curator & host of the award-winning sex and storytelling series, Bawdy Storytelling (“The nation’s original sex and storytelling series” – Playgirl, “The Moth for Pervs” – LA Weekly). This multi-city brand of sex-positive self advocacy is over a decade strong and is focused on making our relationships more authentic and accessible, and Bawdy tours nationally to sold out crowds.
Called “a stiff shot of courage in a push-up bra,” Dixie is passionate about educating and empowering emergent storytellers. Dixie’s own dating stories can been heard on the Risk! Podcast, and the Bawdy Storytelling podcast was awarded ‘Best Sex Podcast’ by Esquire.com.