28 Feb 2019
It's time for an honest and frank discussion about female masturbation!
Sex Tech is an industry forecast to be worth £22 billion by 2020. SODA (The School of Digital Age) is dedicated to smashing the taboos surrounding female pleasure, and is working to promote the use of sex toys to help bridge the satisfaction gap.
Kicking off the conversation will be SODA’s creative director, Jackie Annesley. Igniting a much needed discussion around the stuff women want to know more about, but feel too awkward to explore.
Natalie Lee, founder of Style Me Sunday and #WomanWarriorProject celebrates all things self love in an honest and open environment. Exploring body image and self acceptance, her work is dedicated to motivating women to be the best they can be.
The Pink Protest Co-Founder, Grace Campbell will also be contributing to the dialogue. The Pink Protest aim to redefine what activism means, creating fun and accessible ways for people to get involved. Explosive hashtag campaigns include #FreePeriods, #EndFGM and #GirlsWankToo.
This promises to be tingling conversation that will make you want to come!
This event is part of our Redefining Femininity Series – celebrating the power, the pain and pleasure of twenty-first century womanhood through talks, discussions, workshops, food and music.
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