Feel the Vibe

Sex and dating, Sex Free
People looking at sex toys on display.
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Time Out says

Join this inclusive sex expo for people with disability and their support networks

Sex should be a topic that all adults can discuss freely, no matter their abilities. However, people living with disabilities are often sidelined when it comes to exploring sexuality. Feel the Vibe is tackling this issue by combining all the titillating fun of a sexpo with fun, flirty advice and information about sexual expression for people with disabilities – although all are welcome to attend.

The evening at Parramatta’s Information and Cultural Exchange will offer interactive talks – questions are encouraged – educational activities and saucy product displays of all the best in modern sex-quipment. Cheeky highlights include burlesque lessons, a practical sex toy talk, and tips on visiting disability-friendly sex workers. If you’re feeling a little awkward, find emotional safety in numbers and invite a pal, partner or anyone from your support network of family, friends and professional support people. 

It’s all being organised by not-for-profit disability service provider Northcott. The group aims to empower people with disabilities to reach their personal and professional goals and fight against social barriers and ableism.

The all-abilities sexpo is free to attend (but you’ll want to register so that they can confirm numbers) and there’ll be some sexy freebies for everyone on the night.


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