Fostering Sexual Well-being: Humanist Perspectives

Humanists of Minnesota has teamed up with Minnesota Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (MVUUF) to co-sponsor a monthly “sex ed” series for young adults and young parents.  This session's topic will be "Smitten Kitten: A Demonstration of Sex Toys."  A professional guest speaker will be on-site to engage in a fun dialogue. The program will not be a sales presentation; inventory of product can easily be ordered via Smitten Kitten's website.  

Professional childcare will be provided for those who RSVP in advance. A potluck dinner and beer will be served at 6:30PM and the talk will begin promptly at 7:00PM to take advantage of our professional childcare. Please bring a potluck item to share if you want to have dinner with us; a main dish will be provided. All MVUUF members, friends and fellow humanists are welcome between the ages of 21-40.   Contact Jill Carlson for more information and/or to RSVP for childcare.

This program is being coordinated by Jill Carlson, a licensed therapist, who is an active member in three organizations that advocate humanist values:  MVUUF, Humanists of MN and MN Atheists.  There is no cost for the program thanks to a grant from the Unitarian Universalist Association which has been an advocate of comprehensive, secular-based sex education for decades. 

Speaker bio: Lindsey has been a professional sex educator since 1999. She has a degree in sex ed from the University of MN, specializing in women's studies, gender studies, and public health. Lindsey has been doing educational sex toy workshops with the Smitten Kitten since 2006, and she is passionate about sexual health and pleasure. She is a talented educator who presents information about sexuality in a fun, professional, and accessible manner. Lindsey is a total pro at helping every group feel comfortable when discussing matters that are usually private. You won't shock her with your questions—she is really easy to talk to!

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  • Jill C.

    If anyone needs childcare, please let me know. We have about 20 RSVPs via the church and about 10 kids coming. I think I'm bringing pizza for the main dish.

    May 2

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