VenusPlusX hosts August 3 Meet the Author Dr. Gloria Brame

You’re Invited: Meet & Greets in DC on Aug 3

Filed By Gloria Brame, Ph.D. | July 31, 2011 11:30 AM

http://www.bilerico.com/2011/07/youre_invited_meet_greets_in_dc_on_aug_3.php

If I’ve seemed a little scarce around here lately, it’s because I am. My new book, , The Truth About Sex just came out. It’s my obsession! I have barely left the house in two years but I’m heading to Washington DC next week to talk for the first time about the research, theories, and ideas that went into my book.

In the morning, I’m delivering the keynote lecture for the annual CARAS conference on alternative sexuality. CARAS is an academic forum but BDSM/poly/queer community members are welcome to attend. That night at 7 pm, The Woodhull Sexual Freedom Alliance, and the sex futurists at VenusPlusX are hosting a private book reception/literary salon for me. Both events are open to the public on a limited basis, and both require either registration or direct contact.

Please consider yourself invited to either or both! There’s a rumor going around I’m just an AI program, so here’s your chance to prove I’m real.

Americans talk a lot about sex, but they don’t always know what they’re talking about. Why do we think one type of sex is better than another? Why do we let inhibitions and sexual confusion hold us back? Does sex addiction exist – and do you have it? Has achieving orgasm become a pointless endeavor? Could sex break up your relationship?

If you’re in Washington DC on Wednesday, August 3, join the Woodhull Sexual Freedom Alliance for an evening talking about these issues and more with the author of The Truth About Sex, A Sex Primer for the 21st Century Volume I: Sex and the Self, by internationally renowned sex therapist, bestselling author and sex blogger/historian (Gloria’s Oversexed MindThe Bilerico Project), Gloria G. Brame, Ph.D.

Email to attend book reception: DEADLINE Monday, August 1

Alison Gardner

Alison Gardner

Alison Gardner is co-founder of VenusPlusX, and writes frequently on global sexual freedom, American fundamentalists exporting hate and homophobia, and grassroots activism.
Alison Gardner