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Resist the Sexual Conspiracy with Host Butch Slaughter


If you’re going to do something about the sexual alienation conspiracy be ready for some of your friends and family to say “be careful” or “be safe.” Sometimes people say that because they are concerned. Sometimes people say that because they are afraid. Sometimes people say that because they wish they were wearing your underwear. Don’t concern yourself with their hang ups. Do your part in dismantling the sexual alienation conspiracy.

“There’s more to life than sex,” they will say when you tell them you’re joining the resistance.

They’re right:  there is more to life than sex. But life usually begins with sex and there is nothing better than sex when you know what it’s all about.

Go on. Explore. And may the force be with you.

Join the resistance!

Attend Sex In The Struggle: Let’s Get It On September 16, 2017 at The MJ Freed Theater in Chester, Pennsylvania.

Sex in The Struggle:  Let’s Get It On is an exciting multi-faceted intimacy experience advocating social healing through sexual healing.  The two-hour event promotes a policy of intimacy through which every individual can choose deeper human connections in spite of the social and personal pressures of the day.  The exciting event will feature entertaining and informative segments focused on health, pleasure, religion, gender and much more.

Confirmed panelists include Dr. Betsy Crane (Widener University Center for Human Sexuality), Eric K. Grimes (Activist and Radio host), Reverend Beverly Dale (Sex Positive Theologian) and Frenchie Davis (Sexpert and Activist). Our audience will be educated and entertained on everything from sexual health and social health to pleasure points and consensual surrender.

For more information about Sex In The Struggle: Let’s Get It On! contact Ulysses “Butch” Slaughter at 267.318.0117

Tickets on sale now at Eventbrite

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