“ As I have just joined I do not now what to expect, therefore have no expectations. What I seek is meeting people who are open to discussing self awareness and and some of today's social and psychological issues around social stigmas on sexuality and how to educate ourselves and others we may meet in a non-offending manner. Sexual ignorance and intolerance is a major problem in our social climate. You can't expect two people to pair-bond emotionally and physically if neither one of them understands what their own body and mind is capable of and if they are both closed off to exploration and experimentation. I see there are a couple of women's awareness groups. That's great... but men are the other half of the equation and most men are not aware of their role in pair-bonding. Most men, even if experienced in sex, are not experienced in sexuality/sensuality/sharing and bonding. If you can't talk about all the things that might be embarrassing, then you will not get past them and grow. ”
— Tony on Mar 14, 2016.
“ Again it was my first time meeting with this group, I love talking about conscious sexuallity and I felt many of the conversations met my needs about bringing sex into a conversation in a real, non threatening, and open conversational way. I felt the group got bogged down occasionally by trying to figure out how to get more people to attend and keep attending the group. I look forward to further discussions and meetings with this group. We did a great job having a relaxed conversation about sex that was inclusive and interesting. Thank you all. ”
— Cherie on Mar 3, 2013.
“ Ready to grow and explore. ”
— virginia c. on Jan 17, 2013.
“ Group is OK. Nice people, very open, communicative, non-judgmental. Open to exploration. I just not sure that talking about all of that is going to ultimately be that helpful. Perhaps, on one level, it's serving to remind me that I'm not in an intimate relationship right now. But also, as I said at the first meeting I attended, it's kind of like talking about love. And someone said that talking about love is like dancing about architecture. ”
— Greg B. on Oct 4, 2012.
“ I enjoyed meeting everyone and Isaiah facilitated the group in a way that everyone had an opportunity to speak and open up why they attended as we deepened our connection and trust with one another. Looking forward to attending Dec. 14 ”
— Nancy Grace Rosen, M. on Dec 5, 2011.
“ This is a great way to bring out into the open some of the things and conversations that have a tendency to stay in the shadows. ”
— Isaiah on Dec 5, 2011.