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Hi everyone! 
CC won a Best of the Bay Award from the Guardian for our Erotic Reading Circle! Special thanks to Jen Cross, who helped me raise this great old event from the dead. 

We are also closing in on a new space and hope to have good news soon. Meanwhile, we're having fun this month with plenty of co-sponsored and benefit events -- keep a special eye out for detail about the Margaret Cho movie night at the Castro on 8/16. Good Vibes needs more volunteers to help out with it; if you can pitch in, please email Camilla at -- you'll get two general admission tix to the movie as thanks! 

The Sex Ed Salon date is still up in the  air, but I'll have the final to you by mid-month if not sooner. Sorry about the confusion! Also coming up: Perverts Put Out (Folsom Edition on the eve of Folsom St. Fair -- 9/29), another session of Sex Ed Skills: How to Be a Top Presenter (with Charlie Glickman and Howard Bloom) on 9/8, and probably a visit from Deborah Sundahl in September!


CSC Events--
Yogaplay for Men -- 8/6
Possible Danielle and Celeste class (see below) -- 8/11 day
Become an Extraordinary Lover, level 2 (for men who love women) -- 8/12 day
Pleasure as Spiritual Practice -- 8/12 evening
BamBam and Celeste, Margaret Cho's new movie, screens at the Castro -- 8/16
*Wanderlust with Rhonda Slideshow (Nora Dye reports on her cross-country bike trip) -- 8/17
*SF Drag King Contest -- 8/18
*Erotic Reading Circle -- 8/22
*Sex Educators' Salon -- 8/28 or 29, stay tuned!

Other Events of Interest--
Free GV Weekend Events 
Suspect Thoughts Press Benefit Lit Salons/Readings/House Parties -- every Sunday in August, with GREAT line-ups! (CQ reads 8/26)
Femina Potens: New Home and 8/18 Gallery Opening
CQ Presents at Eyes Wide Open, LGBT Retreat at Squaw Valley -- 8/25
Sacred Sexuality & Sexual Healing for Abuse Survivors -- 8/25 and 26

Other Stuff--
Good Vibes' Amateur Erotic Film Fest submission deadline extended

If an event has an *asterisk, it is new to this calendar and hasn't been listed for this month before.

Monday, 8/6, 7 pm -- YOGAPLAY FOR MEN with Thom Grexa Phillips! More detail at


*Saturday, 8/11 -- Celeste and Danielle MIGHT hold a Level 1 Becoming an Extraordinary Love for men who love women -- in case anyone has not taken it who want to do Level 3 on 8/12. Please check their website next week for confirmation/to sign up:


Sunday, 8/12 -- BECOME AN EXTRAORDINARY LOVER – level 3 – for men who love women
For more information visit


Sunday evening 8/12, 7 pm -- PLEASURE AS SPIRITUAL PRACTICE

Most spiritual traditions -- both Eastern and Western -- take a dim view of pleasure. In Tantra, however, pleasure can be used as a tool for spiritual growth. Consciousness is the key to transforming mundane pleasure into something more profound. In this workshop, we will explore both the theory and practice of bringing consciousness to pleasurable experience and help you begin exploring your pleasure more fully and intentionally.

Mark Michaels (Swami Umeshanand Saraswati) and Patricia Johnson (Devi Veenanand) are co-authors of The Essence of Tantric Sexuality (Llewellyn Worldwide) and Tantra for Erotic Empowerment: The Key To Enriching Your Sexual Life (Llewellyn Worldwide, March 2008). A devoted married couple, they have been teaching Tantra and Kriya yoga together since 1999. Their teachings have been featured in numerous publications, including The Village Voice, Redbook, Now Magazine, Jane and Breathe.  Senior students of Dr. Jonn Mumford, Michaels and Johnson have been named lineage holders of the OM Kara Kriya® system for the Americas and Europe. Both have studied Bhakti Yoga with Bhagavan Das, Tantra with Dr. Rudy Ballentine, and have been featured in Dr. Judy Kuriansky’s The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Tantric Sex

$20 -- CSC now accepts VISA, MasterCard, and Discover
Pre-register at or 415-255-1155
Class location: Center for Sex & Culture, 290 Division Suite 405


Thursday, August 16, 7 pm -- MARGARET CHO'S new movie BAM BAM AND CELESTE 

Good Vibrations presents: Bam Bam and Celeste Film Screening at the Castro -- MARGARET CHO'S new movie! The San Francisco premiere screening of Margaret Cho’s latest film and first narrative feature, “Bam Bam and Celeste,” features a visit from Margaret herself, who wrote as well as stars in the film. She will be at the premiere to introduce the film, host the Q&A segment, and mingle with fans at the VIP reception following the screening.

When: Thursday, August 16, 2007
Time: 7:00pm to 10:30pm
Where: Castro Theatre
429 Castro Street, San Francisco

Purchase General or VIP Tickets online at
You may also buy tickets at Good Vibes retail store locations or through the call center at 1-800-289-8423 (1-800-BUY-VIBE).

COST: General Admission: $15 advance: $20 at the door
VIP admission: $75 advance; $100 at door (includes access to VIP reception, Meet & Greet, Bam-Bam & Celeste DVD, and Photo Op with Margaret Cho)

Partial proceeds to the Center for Sex & Culture!



Nora Dye says: 15 weeks on my bicycle.  4600 miles across the country.  19 states. 2 massive dog bites. Wrong turns, dazzling vistas, bears, moose, and midwestern misadventures.  
Plus enough stories about sex, politics and culture to tease your brain and challenge all the things you thought you knew about the politics of sexual freedom in America.

Join me, Rhonda and my temporarily rock hard calves for a report back and slide show of my adventures across the US.  Find out what they're thinking in Wyoming, why they can't get enough of masturbation in Ithaca and why they're doing things in Madison that will blow your mind. 

Join us for a fun filled night of adventures, laughter and good conversation!

6:30 PM Appetizers and refreshments
7:00 PM Slide show and stories from Nora 

@ the Center for Sex and Culture 
290 Division Street - Suite 405 
cross streets 10th and Brannan

Please RSVP to

For more information about Wanderlust with Rhonda, visit 

Supported by the Center for Sex and Culture, Good Vibrations, and Choice USA.

This is a free event, although donations are always gratefully accepted.


*Saturday, August 18, 8 pm -- SF DRAG KING CONTEST
The 12th annual San Francisco Drag King Contest, produced by DragStrip Productions, is the biggest and longest running Drag King Competition in the World and, according to the San Francisco Weekly, "A Parade of Gender-Bending Eye Candy." The internationally acclaimed outlandish celebration of Sex, Drag and Rock and Roll will bring out the animal in every attendee and participant as part of the proceeds will benefit for PAWS (Pets Are Wonderful Support). 
"The San Francisco Drag King Contest is a mash-up of the Miss America Pageant, American Idol, Halloween and a Monster Truck Show," states impresario Fudgie Frottage. "We have every kind of drag from suits to fruits; studs to puds -- Everything from Elvis impersonators to Leather Daddies, Wrestlers, Contortionists, Hillbillies, Clowns, Jocks, and their female counterparts. It's a mind-boggling, dress-to-impress occasion, where part of the fun is just trying tell the performers and audience members apart." Considered to be "one of the most boisterous parties of the year," by the San Francisco Chronicle, and "Dripping and swaggering with machismo" by the San Francisco Weekly, the San Francisco Bay Guardian also states, "Prepare to be amazed by the variety, astounded by the veracity, and properly impressed by the figurative and literal balls on display." 
Virile Virtuoso, Fudgie Frottage, "The Man with The Biggest Balls in Show Business," and Internationally Renowned Burlesque Chanteuse, Comic and Siren, The Indra, as "The Indro vs. The Indra", a bi-sexual, bi-polar, half male, half female character, will preside over the festivities as Masters (and 1/2 Mistress) of Ceremonies. 
The star-studded event will showcase Buck Naked, winner of the 2006 Solo King Category for his dapper style and scandalous dancing girls, The Slickk Bois, 2006 troupe winners for their provocative boy band choreography, gender illusionist Arty Fishal and the live, hip hop group The Momma's Boyz. In addition, rock band Wood, voted "Best of The Bay for 70's anthems and facial hair" by the San Francisco Bay Guardian, will also perform. And - as always - the gender bending contestants will be the center of attention. 
With contestants baring such monikers as L. Ron Hubby, Seimen Marcus, Papi Cock, and Sherwood Suck, expect an evening of hilarious entertainment and outrageous theatrical performances where lip-synch, live rock, fetish, burlesque, hip-hop, rap, interpretive dance and shtick meet and compete. 
"The San Francisco Drag King Contest has inspired me to find my inner dude, and I'm half-way there,” says super star, The Indra. I performed my half man, half woman act recently at the London Burlesque Fest and received everything from dropped jaws to standing ovations. My motto: "If it doesn't look phallic enough, turn it sideways." 
Contestants are judged on talent, creativity, studliness, sex appeal, originality, humor, make-up/facial hair and fashion by the illustrious panel of nationally known celebrity judges, including 2005 Drag King and 2004 Mr. Trannyshack Jay Walker, Simone DeLaGhetto of Harlem Shake Burlesque, Sister Roma of Hot House Video, and special guest Animal, (formerly of the internationally-known musical duo, Bitch and Animal).
WHEN: Saturday, August 18, 2007, doors 8 pm, show at 9 pm. 
WHERE: SomArts, 934 Brannan Street, San Francisco, between 8th and 9th Streets, - After party: TBA 
BENEFITS: Pets Are Wonderful Support, 
TICKETS: $15.00 - $35.00 
$20.00 in advance, and $25.00 at the door. Very limited show seating at $35.00, available online only. Advance tickets are also available at Retro Fit Vintage, 910 Valencia, San Francisco, Madame S, 385 8th Street, San Francisco and 
No-Host Bar: 21 and up w/ I.D. (Show open to 18 and over with I.D.) 
DRESS CODE: DRAG: King, Queen, Faux, Fetish, Formal, High Femme, and Festive. 
INFO: 415.282.2363 or visit: 
Sponsors: Vixen Creations, Buck Angel, Glama-Rama, Black & Blue Tattoo, Good Vibrations, Costumes on Haight, Mr. S. Leather, Pretzel's Yoga, and the Center for Sex and Culture.  Benefits P.A.W.S. - Pets Are Wonderful Support.


*Wednesday, August 22, 7:30 pm -- EROTIC READING CIRCLE
Come join readers as they share their work! Bring something to read or just be part of the appreciative circle of listeners. This is a great place to try out new work (ask for comments if you like), or get more comfortable reading for other people. Longtime writers will bring their latest... newly inspired writers, bring that vignette you scrawled on BART while daydreaming on your way to work! Non-judgemental listening guaranteed, all orientations welcome. With Jennifer Cross.

$5-up sliding scale, but no one turned away for lack of funds. Location: Center for Sex & Culture, 290 Division at 10th Street, Suite 405


*8/28 or 8/29 (we are waiting for confirmation -- see next mailing) 7-9 pm -- SEX EDUCATORS' SALON

Following up on Charlie and Howard's terrific class for sex educators, we're reviving the Sex Ed Salons that used to happen at Good Vibrations. Any and all sex educators are welcome, whether you are completely academic, work for an agency, or take it to the streets! We all have a lot in common as well as a lot of differences and insights to share. This will be an ongoing event every two months, and on alternate months we will revive the Sex Ed Students' Salons! (Students are very welcome to come to this event, too, but the students' salon will have more space for talking about various programs and students' specific issues.) This month's host will be Carol Queen. Spread the word!

$5-up sliding scale, but no one turned away for lack of funds. Location: Probably will be held at the Berkeley Good Vibrations -- we are trying to make every other Sex Ed Salon an East Bay event. Stay tuned!

**************************************************************************************** The below events were all listed in the last newsletter.


Free GV WEEKEND Events
Something new every Friday or Saturday! Come see Carol and Robert talk about anal sex -- August is Anal Month! (8/23). More details: (scroll down to see them all).



For the second time in less than two years Greg and Ian and Suspect Thoughts Press are being kicked out of their home and office space. More details will follow ASAP but our move will have to happen fairly quickly. We need to raise some serious money fast to help with the moving costs. We weren't expecting this and we don't want to have to use Suspect Thoughts Press production money. In all our years here we've never organized a fundraiser for the press...but now we really need it.

So we're throwing a series of private house salons. And the list of performers is amazing! Each afternoon salon will include short readings/performances, light non-alcoholic refreshments, and a bit of meet and greet. We're requesting a suggested $10-$20 donation per person per salon. Since these salons are being hosted in private residences/spaces we're requesting that all attendees RSVP to ahead of time. Once confirmed you'll receive additional details as to actual location.



Sunday, August 5, 2007
3:00-6:00 pm
Oakland, Fruithills
Hosts: Ian Philips and Greg Wharton

(Possibly the last chance to see us in the amazing house we foolishly thought we'd one day buy for ourselves!)

Patrick Califia
Gina de Vries
Thea Hillman
Peggy Munson (via DVD)
Ian Philips
Alan Reade
Lori Selke
Greg Wharton

(Allergy Warning: East Bay, cats, censored authors, queers)
$10-$20 suggested donation per person.


Sunday, August 12, 2007
3:00-6:00 pm
San Francisco, South of Market
Host: Damron Travel Guides (offices)

David Christensen
Gina de Vries
Nadyalec Hijazi
Julia Serano
Simon Sheppard
Karl Soehnlein
horehound stillpoint

(Allergy Warning: dogs, literature, queers)
$10-$20 suggested donation per person.


Sunday, August 19, 2007
3:00-6:00 pm
San Francisco, Mission
Hosts: Kirk Read and Ed Wolf

Rhiannon Argouarch
Justin Chin
Daphne Gottlieb
Thea Hillman
Katia Noyes
Alvin Orloff
Kirk Read
Ed Wolf

(Allergy Warning: poetry, the unexpected, queers)
$10-$20 suggested donation per person.


Sunday, August 26, 2007
3:00-6:00 pm
San Francisco, Lower Haight
Hosts: Heidi, Dmitri, and Coco Krakovsky

Dodie Bellamy
Jaime Cortez
Kevin Killian
Peggy Munson (via DVD)
Carol Queen
Simon Sheppard
Michelle Tea

Tarot readings by Marcus Ewert!

(Allergy Warning: dogs, children, queers)
$10-$20 suggested donation per person.



(Please remember to list date(s) of salon(s) and names of all folks who will be attending. We'll confirm with address(es) and full details.)



FEMINA POTENS has a new home! We are now located in the Castro district, 2199 Market Street at Sanchez. Below you will find a press release announcing our move to a bigger and better gallery and performance space, including our new location and contact info, along with details about our next visual arts exhibition, featuring new work by Bay Area artist Eliot K. Daughtry and Portland-based Francesca Berrini. Artist images are attached.

Also be sure to check out the most recent updates on our website,, where you will find more information about special grand opening and fall season events, including our upcoming Sizzle night with Michelle Tea and Inga Muscio, and more visual art, film/video, performance, spoken word, erotica, and readings. We will be sending along a detailed announcement for the next Sizzle night very soon.

Of course, we are always looking for volunteers and interns in all areas! Please contact us at if you would like to be involved in this exciting new phase of developing an even stronger feminist, queer, and artistic presence in San Francisco!
Femina Potens presents I Like Long Walks and Sci-Fi Movies, the first exhibition in gallery's new Castro location

I Like Long Walks and Sci-Fi Movies:

New Work by Eliot K. Daughtry & Francesca Berrini

Opening Reception:

Saturday, August 18th, 7-10 pm

Gallery Hours: Thursday-Sunday, Noon-6 pm

Femina Potens Gallery & Performance Space (New location!)

2199 Market Street @ Sanchez, San Francisco

 (415) 217-9340

Femina Potens, a San Francisco gallery and performance space featuring visual and performance art, film and video, literary arts, and spoken word by women and transgendered artists, presents the first visual arts exhibition in its new home, a prominent gallery space in the vibrant Castro district.

On Saturday, August 18th from 7 to 10 pm, the gallery will host an opening reception for I Like Long Walks and Sci-Fi Movies: New Work by Eliot Daughtry and Francesca Berrini. In I Like Long Walks, the artists explore playful compositions of visual language across time, place, and gendered space, employing familiar and idealized images of past, present, and future through various combinations of dated and contemporary styles, physical materials, and bodies.

Daughtry's work includes large-scale installations and illustrations of robots and their eerie urban landscapes. Drawn to the non-gendered bodies and embodiments robots can represent, Daughtry explores androgynous and non-binary manifestations of robotic gender in youthful, sinister scenarios using papercuts, ink drawings, and laser print transfer on panel and paper. Berrini's collages of found illustration pair pin-up girls with dinosaurs, space monsters with colonial sea-side villages, and 1950s winter catalogue models spearing fish beneath a giant spaceship. In Berrini's surreal storybook worlds, blonde bombshells and brunette vixens romp, roam, and rebel amidst fantastical lands full of space and sea creatures, Leave It to Beaver family dinners, Jurassic lagoons, and old-style travel and leisure.

At the crossroads of art, technology and cultural politics, Eliot K. Daughtry investigates personal mythologies. With materials as simple as cut paper and as ephemeral as video projection, he combines conceptual premise with disciplined craft.  His current work explores the need to assign machines and objects human or animal qualities, such as gender in robots or faces in buildings. Eliot is a California College of the Arts MFA candidate.

 Francesca Berrini graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design with concentrations in sculpture and design. Berrini now works primarily in two-dimensional found collage, including surreal greeting cards and ambitious, meticulous, and lavish maps produced from old ones, forming new layers, contours, and boundaries using imaginative, magical, and political creative cartography. After moving to the Pacific Northwest, Berrini began showing selected work with Bluebottle Gallery. She lives and works near Portland , Oregon.


Saturday, 8/25 -- Carol presents new workshop "Authentic Sex & Love: Embracing Your Erotic Self" at Eyes Wide Open: LGBT Retreat

Authentic Sex & Love: Embracing Your Erotic Self
We may have been out for years and have embraced ourselves as gay or lesbian -- but we don't always get as much community support for coming out as our *true* sexual selves, because we are not all alike in what we desire, the kind of relationships we want to create, and how we respond to intimacy and pleasure. Join Carol Queen to explore erotic individuality, learn about communicating about sex, desire,  and difference, and talk about seeking partners compatible with who  we are.

My bio:
Carol Queen, Ph.D. is a cultural sexologist who has written or edited eleven books of essays, sexual self-help, and erotica, including Exhibitionism for the Shy. She's appeared in several sex-related documentaries, including Dildo Diaries (exploring why sex toys are illegal in Texas) and The O Tapes, about women's orgasm, and has been interviewed for many magazines and TV shows about sexuality. She is one of the owners of Good Vibrations in San Francisco ( and is the founding director of the Center for  Sex & Culture ( For more about Carol please  visit

For time, cost, details about registration, please visit


August 25th and August 26th -- Tiburon, CA

with Stephen Braveman LMFT,
Francesca Gentillé
and Lori Grace Star, MA

Can be taken with a partner, beloved, or friend
Also, open to and valuable for people who work professionally with survivors. IF you are a counselor, educator or therapist, this is an AASECT Approved Continued Education Workshop.

Healing from sexual abuse and sexual trauma can take many shapes and some of the most powerful tools for recovery are grounded in sacred intimacy practices from around the world. This workshop is a safe, very confidential weekend in which you and your partner will learn Tantra (Eastern sacred sexuality) basics & Western Sacred sexuality basics such as partnered breath and eye-gazing exercises, in conjunction with Western sexological and psychotherapy methods that transform emotional road blocks into minor speed bumps on the path of love, and also sensate focus methods. Blending both perspectives will help you to celebrate a much safer, happier and healthier intimate, sexual life together. It may be taken with a partner, friend, lover or anyone with whom the survivor feels safe.

Participants will practice the techniques learned while remaining fully clothed. No direct genital touch will occur during the workshop. Both days are dedicated to learning various techniques, while taking into account the special needs and circumstances sexual abuse survivors and their partners face — with special attention to emotional concerns and how to support healing and well-being.

NOTE: While this workshop is for survivors and those close to them, it is also open to clinicians and sexologists. The workshop will teach methods they can use with their clients and meets the requirements of the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists. It is Approved for 14 AASECT CE Credits. Clinicians and other helping professionals will also gain knowledge and skills to help them support sexual abuse survivors and their partners. You can immediately start using these methods with your own clients within proper ethical and legal boundaries.

Please wear loose-fitting, comfortable clothing, such as yoga pants; we'll be moving, stretching, etc.
 Books, CDs and other relevant materials will be available for purchase.
Coffee, tea, water and lite snacks (fruits and nuts, for example) will be available. Please, feel free to bring your own preferred snacks if you wish.

Facilitator info:
STEPHEN BRAVEMAN, L.M.F.T., D.S.T., is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist (# MFC 28926), AASECT Certified Diplomate of Sex Therapy, AASECT Certified Supervisor and Certified CE Provider, Gender Specialist (Clinical Member of HBIGDA), Tantra Facilitator-Practitioner, the current AASECT Western Region Representative, a CAMFT Past President (Monterey Chapter) and Author of “Innovative Methods of Treating Patients with Sexual Trauma” in "Innovations in Clinical Practice: Focus on Sexual Health, 2007" and "CPR for Your Sex Life: How to Breathe Life Into a Dead, Dying or Dull Sex Life” (Co-Author: Mildred Brown, Ph.D.).

Stephen has a full-time Private Practice in Monterey, California and specializes in treating sexual disorders, working with gender issues, bringing Tantra into the clinical hour and supervision. He has co-facilitated specialized Tantra workshops for many years. His work appears in many books, magazines, on many websites and is frequently on TV in Public Service announcements and interviews. For additional information: 831-375-7553 and/or

FRANCESCA GENTILLE is a nationally recognized Whole Life and Relationship coach and cross cultural minister. Graduating as a member of the national honors society in Psychology (Psi Chi), she has over 20 years training and expertise in Psychology, Communication Theory, Spirituality, Somatic Movement, Integrative Arts, Life Purpose. Member the American Association of Sex Educators Counselors & Therapists. For over 20 years specializing in sacred relating, sexual healing, addiction recovery, grief/depression, communication, psychology, empowering rituals, and cross-cultural shamanism. She offers compassionate private coaching for indivduals and couples of all lifestyle choices. She is the award winning co-author/editor of "The Marriage of Sex & Spirit" and the host of the popular internet radio show "Sex: Tantra & Kama Sutra"
( Francesca is the Director & Founder of THE LIFEDANCE CENTER for Integrative Arts (510-759-3839).

LORI GRACE STAR, MA, has been a teacher and student in the human potential movement since 1968. She has been a teacher of Tantra since 1984 and a teacher of communication methodologies since 1996. Lori has a strong background in Reichian work, Bioenergetics, Compassionate Communication, sexual therapy and massage. She maintains a private practice for couples and single women.
She can be reached at 415-435-2583. Lori maintains a private practice, working with a limited number of couples and women, using Tantra, compassionate communication, hypnotherapy and Sexual Energetics, among others, and can be of particular assistance to couples who wish to use Tantra and Sexual Energetics to:
- Enhance passion and lovemaking;
- Learn how bring more Spirit and Love into their lovemaking and into their relationship in general;
- Learn how to integrate Tantric ritual into their lovemaking;
- Learn to channel sexual energy and to meditate with it; and,
- Greatly enhance their ability to communicate with each other in both sexual and non-sexual situations.

General Public — $350 per pair, paid by Aug. 1; $400 thereafter
 Students/AASECT Members — $300 per pair, paid by Aug. 1; $325 thereafter
 Plus the cost of lunch if you order with us each day. See "Meals" below. The workshop fee must be paid in advance to reserve your space

You may bring your own lunch or you may order from local menus we will provide at the start of each day; your order will be delivered by lunch break.
Please note: lunch is not included in the workshop cost; each person is responsible for bringing or purchasing her/his own lunch.

If you require assistance with hotel or other accommodations information, please call Sunrise Center at 415-924-5483.

Pre-Registration Required. Register by phone at 415-924-5483

Space is limited. Please register early.



Calling all amateur filmmakers! Good Vibes' Amateur Erotic Filmmaker's deadline extended!

Do you fancy yourself a “naughty” Scorsese in the making? Or perhaps you like to get down and artistic…just you and your Handycam™? Whatever the case may be, we’re looking for you!

Submit your erotic film to the 2nd Annual Good Vibrations Amateur Erotica Film Competition and you may just see your film on the big screen (and win cool prizes!).

Deadline for submissions (to be dropped of at a retail store or mailed) has been extended to September 10th 2007. Visit for more.

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