Spit & U Of T's "Silence Is Violence": 101 Sex Series

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Spit will be partnering with U of T's "Silence is Violence" on Monday, October 17th to host a 101 workshop series at Oasis Aqualounge. Featuring:

- Poly 101, Boundaries 101, Kink 101, Sex Work 101
- Truth or Dare rooms, spin-the-bottle, Twister, Crush Board
- A live porn shoot

Earn glow-in-the-dark bracelets for every workshop you attend and get a FREE month's subscription to SPIT, a feminist & ethical porn company.

This is a playfully fun event to meet other queer and sex-positive folks in the city.

Doors: 7PM
Shoot starts at 9:30PM
Workshops: 8PM - 12AM

Admission: $15
Adhering to the rules of Oasis on Mondays: Men + Women (cis & trans) are all welcome, Ages 19-35 (Non-cis men over 35 are welcome). If you have any concerns or queries about this rule, please contact Oasis Aqualounge.

Oasis Aqualonge is an adult facility equipped with a heated outdoor pool, sauna, hot tub, gender neutral bathrooms, a dungeon, a performance space, shared play rooms and one private room.

Spit will be photographing a porn shoot that will appear on their website. This shoot is performative and for spectators.

If you would like to see what Spit produces, please visit us at http://spit.exposed/

Single, poly, monog, queer, gay, straight, bi, trans, lesbian, questioning and kinky. This event is for all sexual orientations and all gender identities.

**This venue is not wheelchair accessible.
**While we recognize the difficulties of hosting an event that inquires towards peoples genders, we are also guests of the club. We strive to create environments that are welcoming and accessible, and we believe Oasis does as well. We welcome constructive feedback and love to hear your ideas as to how we can make this space and event better for you. For further inquires or discussion, please contact spit@spit.exposed.
***To acknowledge the current issues regarding the non-binary pricing/identification at Oasis, we will have an Oasis staff member volunteering that night to take feedback and suggestions for how to ensure the safety and comfort of queer/non-binary folks in spaces where they are the most vulnerable.

We are working as a company to help ensure the space is safer as we occupy it, but no space we are not completely curating ourselves is safer. We have limited capacity and support transparency as much as possible.
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