The Sex Tapes - 'Sex Toy Delights'

The Sex Tapes - 'Sex Toy Delights'

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Join us for a juicy evening of discussion, Q&A and expert insight into the world of SEX TOYS and their role in LGBTQ+ lives.

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Do sex toys play a part in your intimate relationships and self-pleasure?

Do you feel like companies take into consideration LGBTQ+* identities when making sex toys, aids and lube?

Want to know how you can utilise toys to explore and express your identity?

The Sexual Health Programme have brought together some amazing panellists to talk about their experiences and to delve into what it means to explore the world of SEX TOYS.

Want to meet our amazing panelists?

Fiona Cain (she/her)

Fiona (she/her) is the Marketing Manager at Bondara and creates fun and informational content for Email Marketing, Social Media and PR opportunities. Forever researching for her work (and personal life…) Fiona is an expert in all things sex related! She knows which toys hit what spots and is able to offer advice on (most) subjects relating to sexual pleasure.

Bondara have been adapting their ranges, terminology and how they promote products to be as inclusive as possible. Bondara regard themselves as allies to the LGBTQ+ community and hope they provide a safe space for everyone to have a joyful shopping experience. Bondara’s team are professionals, if you have any questions or queries please don't hesitate to get in touch with their Customer Care Team (or Fiona, via social media!)

Damian Weatherald (he/him)

Damian founded his own sex toy stores and has operated online for over 15 years. After discovering a lot of the products available were not accessible he began specialising in accessible products that can enhance the sex lives of Disabled people.

Damian is also the campaign manager for Enhance the UK and as part of this helps run the Undressing Disability campaign, The Love Lounge and co-hosts the Undressing Disability podcast. He is also an accredited Sex Educator.

Damian has Ehlers Danios Syndrome and is an ambulatory wheelchair user.

Eden Topall-Rabanes (they/them)

Bio incoming!

Ria Hope (they/them)

Ria is a sexuality educator, intimacy enthusiast and sexual health officer here at the LGBT Foundation.

Since 2019 Ria has led countless workshops and talks across the UK and worked alongside world-renowned sexuality professionals. In their work Ria uses a multi-modal approach, centring playfulness and self-expression. They draw on their current training in Sexology, their in-depth studies of the history of sexuality and their awareness of energy systems to continue developing sustainable and exciting ways to promote discussion around sexuality.

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*We use LGBTQ+ to refer to sexualities and genders that vary from heterosexual and cisgender in some way. X TERMS – DESCRIPTION. The specific terms that our panellists use to describe their identities may vary.

This session is part of the Sexual Health Programme and is open to everyone age 18+ who identifies as part of the LGBTQ+ community. The aim is to create a safe, social space for LGBTQ+ people to explore new topics around sexual health and wellbeing. By attending this event, we assume you have read and are willing to adhere to our Safer Spaces Guide.

While allies are welcome to come and to learn, we ask that in the Q&A section allies leave space to allow LBTQ+ attendees to ask their questions first.

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