From LGBT Foundation
Wednesday 23rd January: Queer Women: Disability and Sex.
6-8pm @ Pioneer Coffee, Federation House
Explore the challenges disabled people face in accessing a full and joyful sexual and romantic life with two disabled people who have lots of lovely sex!
This workshop is led by Charlie Hallam and Sez Thomasin who are Sheffield based disabled queer sex nerds who want to help everyone get the sex they truly want.
For more information and to reserve your FREE place: https://queerwomensws.eventbrite.co.uk
This workshop is part of LGBT Foundation’s Queer Women’s SexWithoutShame Takeover: 10 days of workshops, discussions and spaces for lesbian, bi and queer women* to celebrate and explore all-things intimacy, pleasure and sex.
This takeover is for all self-identifying women who identify as lesbian, bisexual, queer or questioning, all or part of the time, including trans women, B.A.M.E women and women of colour, older women, disabled/neurodivergent women, women who are seeking asylum or have no recourse to public funds, women of all faiths and backgrounds, non-binary/gender fluid people and transfeminine people.
Everything else you need to know:
> All workshops are open to ages 16+ aside from the Sexual Pleasure workshop which is 18+
> Each workshop only has 20-30 places so please book in advance. Multiple ticket reservations are not possible for this event
> There will be no nudity at these workshops
> If you have any questions or access requirements, including BSL, language translation, support with travel costs or have concerns about the space, please get in contact with us: women [at] lgbt.foundation