Hot sex events July 8-14

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Compiled by Molly Freedenberg

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"i wanna give you my ass" and other works by Nicoz Balboa, as well as three more visual artists, are on display at Femina Potens through July.
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>> Rubber
The Rubbermen of SF Bay present their monthly party at CHAPS, featuring $3 Trumer and Big Daddy drafts, $2.50 Prohibition bottles, $4 Skyy cocktails, and $5 for those made with Junipero Gin - plus go gos and the bootdog on duty.

Fri/10, 8pm. Free.
Chaps
1225 Folsom, SF
www.chapsbarsanfranciso.com

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>> Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Orgasms
Take a tour among America's obsessions with spanking, erotic literature and fetishes! Discover why handcuffs have more than one meaning when we examine the American cultural landscape through the use of the media, current events and court cases. This interactive, fun and thought provoking workshop examines your sexual rights and erotic potential, before they are stripped away.

Opening Sat/11, 1-3:30pm. $25-$30.
Center for Sex and Culture
1519 Mission, SF
(415) 267-6999
www.sexandculture.org

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>> Try Again Doc! Things the Medical Field Doesn't Tell You
Did you know that most doctors only receive 12 hours of sexual health/sexuality training in medical school? That gender is rarely discussed, let alone sexual orientation, a-spots/female ejaculation and so on? The most necessary examinations are often skimmed over and to top it all off, many doctors have discomfort with bringing up the topic of sexuality even though it is direly needed. In this class you will receive the information on what you need to know before you enter into your Dr.’s office, be able to address misconceptions your doctor holds towards sexuality and gender, and learn a few tricks as to how to stay OUT of the Doctor’s office.

Sat/11, 4-6pm. $25-$30.
Center for Sex and Culture
1519 Mission, SF
(415) 267-6999
www.sexandculture.org

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>> Carol Queen's Birthday Soiree
Celebrate the author, educator, and sexologist with nibbles, libations, and entertainment by friends of CSC.

Sat/11, 7-10pm. Free, but donations encouraged.
Center for Sex and Culture
1519 Mission, SF
(415) 267-6999
www.sexandculture.org

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>> "Show Me Your Fantasy" Opening Reception
Femina Potens continues its pursuit of pleasure with its newest visual art exhibition exploring contemporary female sexuality. Stop by the reception Saturday or check out the gallery during regular hours, Thursday through Sunday, noon to 6pm, until August 2.

Opening Sat/11, 7pm. Free.
Femina Potens
2199 Market, SF
(415) 864-1558
www.feminapotens.org

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>> Alice's Steamy Adventures in Punkland
Explore a sexy play party with a partner while Kinky Salon and Mission Control are still teamed up. Bring your own beer and wine only.

Sat/11, $25.
Mission Control
2519 Mission, SF
kinkysalon.com

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>>Intro to Exotic Dance Workshop w/ Catherine Rose
The woman in charge of Slinky Productions presents this class once again for women of all ages, body types, and experience levels - whether interested in spicing up your sex life or simply working out in a new, fun way.

Sun/12, 12:30-5pm. $119.
Center for Sex and Culture
1519 Mission, SF
(415) 267-6999
www.slinkyproductions.com

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>> The Buzz about Vibrators
Good Vibes hosts this informational tour and Q&A session with sex educator and sales associate Evie Abston, perfect both for newbies and those who've had the rabbit longer than they've owned an iPhone.

Sun/12, 6:30pm. Free.
Good Vibrations Valencia Street Store
603 Valencia, SF
(415) 522-5460
events.goodvibes.com

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>> SF Jacks
Jack off in the company of like-minded men at this loose, goofy, semi-spontaneous event held second and fourth Mondays as a place for creative peckerplay. The rules: mandatory nudity, jack-off play only.

Mon/13, 7:30pm. $7.
Center for Sex and Culture
1519 Mission, SF
(415) 267-6999
www.sfjacks.com

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