Love, Sex, and Gender Center: Bedpost Confessions
Thursday September 19 | 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Gordon Gamm Theater (GA)
Age Guideline: 18+ (or 18 and under with a guardian)
Content warnings: sex, vulnerable stories about pain, loss, and shame.
$20 Early Bird | $30 starting September 1
Generosity Donation Tickets ($35, $40, $50):
Generosity Donation: Pay it forward. Sponsor a donated ticket and donation to local sex worker non-profit, Colorado Entertainment Coalition. CEC is a stripper-run non-profit organization with a focus on creating community and providing resources for Colorado based adult industry workers.
BedPost is back for a 7th time in Boulder!
Bedpost Confessions is a juicy storytelling event featuring stories about sex, sexuality, gender, and relationships. This time around, the stories are all centered around the theme of sex work. Four awesome presenters will share their stories ranging from vulnerable, surprising, to outright hilarious. Naughty audience confessions will be read from the stage, and sexy raffle prizes will be given out throughout the event!
“BedPost Confessions,” an event that started in Austin, Texas, gathers community members for a performance of stories about sexuality. We've brought it to Boulder! The emphasis is around breaking down stigmas, educating and empowering people in their journey - whether it is one of healing or celebration.
We believe that people sharing their stories is immensely healing and deepens our understanding of the important role sexuality plays in all of our lives. Rarely are we given the chance to express our deepest secrets and desires in a safe and caring container. Boulder has outstanding private therapy and sporadic educational workshops that support sexual health. What is missing is a community-based, readily accessible resource aimed at raising the bar of our sexual awareness and expression through story telling. BedPost Confessions is for people of all different backgrounds and socioeconomic statuses. Education and challenging harmful stigmas is a big part of the inclusive container we wish to create. We want people to walk out of this event with an increased boost of compassion for other people’s experiences and for their own. Everyone is welcomed to come as you are, moving forward as the dignified and creative sexual beings that we are!