What we're about

We are a nonprofit that offers workshops, presentations and social spaces that are geared towards promoting sex positive values.

Sex Positive means to have a positive attitude regarding sex, gender, sexuality and human diversity. Simply put, we believe that consensual sexual activity is healthy, pleasurable, and a normal part of being a human being. We believe that all persons have the right to shame free education about gender, sex, and sexuality, and that sexuality is as diverse as the human race.

At our centre, located at 12031 76st NW, Edmonton, we offer workshops on a wide variety of topics, including the following:

• Sex Positive Culture • Consent • Sexual Assault in Canada; History of Law Reform • LGBTQIA2S+

• Sexual Health • Sexuality and Seniors • Sex Positive Art • Communication and Sex

• Ethical Non-Monogamy • Kink Aware Professionals • Alternative Lifestyles

We also offer a wide variety of events and social spaces from our sex positive fair to our youth program. if you have any questions feel free to contact us:


Upcoming events (5)

2 Spirit, Trans & Non Binary Social


ALL AGES Cost by Donation Please register at EVENTBRITE https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/two-spirit-enby-trans-discussion-social-tickets-98859027011 WHEN: 4th Wednesday of EVERY Month, 7:30-9 PM Where: Online. Link will be sent to everyone who registers All ages event for folks who are nonbinary, 2-spirit, transgender etc to meet, socialize, and support one another. Aspecc spaces are safer spaces, we have zero tolerance for bigotry and other hateful or aggressive behaviors. Persons who are unable to behave with respect to other attendees will not be able to attend. We are a queer friendly space run by folk who are varying degrees of queer of themselves. [masked] for more information

Sex Talk: Join us on air!

Alberta Sex Positive Education Community Centre

Join us on Air for Sex Positive Talk! About this Event Every two weeks we are on air, broadcasting out of ASPECC, on GTFOradio.com (and live video stream on gtfotv.com!) Want to be on air with us? [masked] to get on the show! Topics as follows: March 18 500 Letting out your inner godess, 530 How to make consent sexy! April 1st POP UP at PRIVATE DUNGEON 5-530 Join the panel on talking about Getting Started with Kink! 530-6pm there will be a tour of a private dungeon. April 15th 5-530 Join the panel for a discussion on keeping power exchanges healthy! 530-6pm: Protocols? The what and why with some demonstrations! April 29 5-530 Join the panel for a discussion on Sex Positive Vibes How does a vibrator help or hinder our sexy lives, facts myths and favorites. 530-6pm: Vibe Review: We will be reviewing three top selling vibrators Ma y13 5-530 Join the panel for a discussion on Group Sex Ettiquette 530-6pm: Fuck Saw Demonstration May 27 [masked] All About Bondage, Safety and Eroticism[masked] Rope Bondage Demo June 10 5-530 Join the panel for a discussion on depression and sexual intimacy. 530-6pm: Join the discussion on Meds and Sexual Intimacy June 24 5-530 Spanking Chat[masked] Erotic Spanking Demonstration

Alternative Lifestyles and Mental Health


Cost: By donation to cover the cost of the space. Pay what you can, if you can. The stigma of mental health combined with the stigma of Alternative Sexualities (Kink, BDSM, Leather, Poly, Swingers, Ethical Non Monogamy, ETC) can create many challenges both in and out of our alternative communities. This discussion group is for individuals (and their partners) who identify as having mental health disorders and /or challenges AND as being part of an alternative sexuality/lifestyle. The discussion this month is going to be focusing on the kinky lifestyle! Let's talk! We can share resources, discuss myths and stereotypes, network and develop our own circle of support. ASPECC Spaces are Safe(r) Spaces. We have zero tolerance for bigotry, aggression and/or other hateful behaviours. We are a queer friendly space organized by folk who are varying degrees of queer themselves. FAQ: Q. What Age Group is this event for? A. 18+ due to mature content. Exceptions may be made, Contact us. Q. Is this space accessible? A. It is on one level, with widened hallways. We are still waiting for the Barrier Free Bathroom, and there is no ramp from the parking lot to the sidewalk. Q. What about confidentiality? A. We each will need to agree to not share other people's information and /or stories outside of the group.

Webinar Live! Social Skills for Sex and Intimacy

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You will need to register HERE https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/96180912699 to get access If you cannot afford to donate, please email [masked] to access the workshop/discussion! Social Skills for Sex and Intimacy is a guided discussion group with the focus of building the skills needed to navigate intimate situations. From learning how to flirt to figuring out consent, social skills are a key component when seeking intimate or sexual partners, and for building and maintaining intimate relationships. April Social Skills for Online Interactions May: How to Flirt (Let's Practice!) June: Dealing with Rejection July: Talking about Sexual Interests August: Sexual Flirtation VS Harassment September: Advocating for my own sexual needs October: Flirting Online November: Honesty, Tact, Transparency December: At What point to expect sex Tickets are by donation, and you can pay at the door. We only have TAP debit and chip credit. ASPECC Spaces are Safe(r) Spaces, meaning we have ZERO tolerance for bigotry, aggression and other hateful behaviours. We are a queer friendly space run and organized by folks of varying degrees of queer themselves.

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