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Do you want to become a Sexual Communication Superhero?

Have you ever wanted to ask your partner for something but not been able to find the words? Want to try something new out but unsure how to bring it up with your lover? Have you had trouble finding out what your partner needs from you?

You could know all the advance sexual techniques in the world, but without good communication, those techniques are like a computer without a battery – sophisticated, but not practical. There is so much variation between people and what they enjoy sexually. So it stands to reason that the only way we can truly know what someone enjoys is by communicating openly with them!

However, for many people, just talking about sex at all can be difficult – and especially so with the people they’re having sex with. Learning to talk and listen about sexuality are key skills to have, but there are few opportunities for people to learn how to do them well.
In this workshop, Kate will show you how to develop your sexual communication superpowers so you have the right tools to talk about sex in your relationships.

This workshop includes large group discussions and opportunities to practice talking about sexuality and relationship topics in small groups (But don’t worry – topics are optional and your participation is guided by your own comfort levels. No one has to disclose anything personal about their sex life in this workshop).

All attendees will receive a goodie bag stuffed full of safer sex items and pleasure treats from Nikki Darling, as well as exclusive discounts available on the night!

Loop Project Space & Bar is a wheelchair accessible venue close to parking and public transport. Food and drinks available at the bar. Come alone, with a lover or your mother – we’re here to warmly welcome you into the space and make you feel comfortable!

***About Kate***

Kate McCombs is a speaker, writer, and empathy educator. She holds a Master’s in Public Health, and is a sought-after expert on sex and relationships. She’s been published in Thought Catalog, The Mighty (writing about her experience with chronic migraines) and The Huffington Post. She’s guest lectured at universities including University of Melbourne, New York University, and UC Berkeley.

Originally from California, she’s now based in Melbourne, Australia and frequently travels internationally to speak. You can find out more about Kate at KateMcCombs.com, connect with her on Twitter (@katecom), or Instagram (@kateanswers).

About Nikki Darling

Nikki Darling was founded in 2015 with the belief that pleasure is your birthright and sex toys are for every body. Nikki Darling is committed to creating spaces that are fun, approachable and safe for you to learn about sexual health and pleasure. We’re here to help fill in the blanks left by a world that doesn’t adequately prepare us for positive, affirming sexual relationships with other people, or with ourselves.

We work closely with qualified, sex-positive educators, therapists and community stakeholders to deliver quality adult sex education, workshops and other events as well as helping people find the perfect sexual health and pleasure products from our range at nikkidarling.com.au.

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