Q & A: Bodysex… it’s like an orgy right?

Here is how past participants explain what it’s like to be in a nude sexuality workshop.

“I had strong feelings after the experience. Namely, that I recognized this as a very different type of sexual experience, rooted in friendship and support rather than eroticism.” -H

“It was a beautiful experience that words cannot do justice to. The freedom I received from being in that room is beyond my capacity to describe. It really impacted me to be able to partake in the circle. I feel more comfortable with masturbation and trying out different ways of masturbating. I feel more connected to the women in that room.” -V

“It’s like a pajama party, with benefits. Thank you Lisa! “ -C

When I walked into the building for my first Bodysex workshop, I had only gotten naked around other people for three reasons:

  1.    To see the doctor.
  2.    At the gym.
  3.    To have another person touch my body sexually.

Since bodysex is not the first two, I didn’t understand how it could also not be the third.  I promise there is a fourth option, and you may have to trust me and show up to experience what that is like to be naked and not sexualized.

It’s transformative.

But.. But.. you say, “How can there be masturbation and not be sex?  Isn’t it weird?”

The reason we set aside time to masturbate in the workshop is to normalize bodies and the idea that bodies do sexual things and those things are not the same as an invitation to participate or touch.

There is a very specific sacred space around each participant.  Sexuality becomes normal when we stop acting like bad things will happen if we admit that most of us have sexuality as part of who we are.  Our sexuality is normal in how it shows up and how we experience it.  Masturbation becomes a thing that unites us instead of the thing we hide away in shame.

We rarely get to experience other people being sexual when we are not in some way responsible for their pleasure.  This is all about you and what you want and what you need.  You are not required to have an orgasm.  You can also have 50, it’s all fine. Celebrating pleasure as our birthright and for its own sake is phenomenally beautiful.

Plus, you will learn a lot of techniques and ideas that you can take home into your personal life.  Your sex will get better and so will your orgasms.  Even if you already have a good sex life or feel like you have plenty of experience, everyone I have spoken to after the workshop has found a lasting benefit for their erotic lives.

Don’t miss this opportunity.  Join the circle on June 24-26th in San Francisco. 

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