Mrs. Love’s Sacred Sex Symposium
Healing sex, traumatic sex. Sacred sex, profane sex. How do we connect to others intimately? Can we find the healing and sacred, even in anonymous or fleeting encounters? How we can we become more whole lovers? Sex can be a healing and transcendent experience when we shift our intentions, expectations and consciousness. There will be a short talk on sacred sexuality, sexual healing and transcendent sex, followed by a ritualized safe(r) space for vulnerable and open sharing. Let’s come together to discuss our sexual experiences, quagmires, hopes and dreams. Bring your thoughts and stories as well as any sacred or meaningful objects for the altar, but leave your judgment at home!
Friday May 27th 8pm
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Britta Wollman Love is a writer and activist who is passionate about drugs and sex, believing that cognitive liberty and sexual freedom are fundamental human rights.
As a graduate of the London School of Economics she wrote her dissertation on sex work in the UK. Her more recent research is grounded in humanity's rich history of embodied spirituality: where intentional sexuality and psychoactive plant medicines are fully integrated into healing and spiritual practice.
She recently completied a master’s degree in Consciousness Studies at Goddard College. Britta is based in NYC where she writes The Daily Transmission blog on sex, drugs and consciousness and advocates for the ibogaine movement and the Sex Worker's Outreach Project.