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To Bed Or Not To Bed Event

By Charlotte Robinson, September 12, 2013
To Bed Or Not To Bed: Sex & The Older Lesbian is an innovative, informative & fun-filled conference designed to facilitate multiple conversations about sex & aging in order to achieve a more realistic & comprehensive understanding of sexuality & older lesbians. The event takes place on November 1st from 8:30A-5P & is sponsored by the Women’s Health Program at Fenway Health, Boston, O.L.O.C. (Old Lesbians Organizing for Change) & Stonewall Senior Women Productions. There will be workshops & presentations by Fenway physician, Jennifer Potter; sex educators, Gina Ogden & Sarah Pearlman & well-known authors, Jyl Lynn Felman & Wendy Sanford of the women's health & sexuality book, Our Bodies, Ourselves. Workshops will include sex & long-term lesbian couple relationships; sex, dating & the older single lesbian; creating a satisfying life when older & single; sex, medical issues & body image. There will also be a body exercise session on enhancing orgasm with California movement therapist, Chloe Karl. Entertainment will be provided by comedian Karen Williams. There will also be a demonstration by Good Vibrations of Brookline. Conference Fee is $70.00, which includes breakfast, box lunch, entertainment & a free vibrator raffle ticket. Some reduced fee scholarships are available. Fenway Health is located at 1340 Boylston Street, Boston, MA.
For Info & Registration: admin@stonewallseniors.com 
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Unknown said...

Charlotte, thanks for spreading the word and giving an older lesbian demographic info about their day for fun and sharing about sex.

Jackie Williams said...

It has been over 20 years that I even thought about or looked @ the word SEX & then to write it. Older Lesbian. I do believe I belong in that category. Interesting.

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