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Sex+ Zine X The Empowered Woman Project
The Orgasm Gap... And What To Do About It!

Sat 19 October 2019

A large-scale study found that 95% of heterosexual men usually or always climax during sex, compared to just 65% of heterosexual women. This is not the case for women in same-sex relationships, with 86% of lesbian women claiming they regularly orgasm.

These statistics highlighting orgasm inequality are known as 'the orgasm gap', an international, cross-cultural phenomenon affecting women of all ages. We shall be exploring the reasons behind the gap and offer practical advice for all genders to tackle orgasm inequality and feel more empowered in and out of the bedroom.

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This event is a Sex+ Zine X The Empowered Woman Project Collaboration. Produced by Mini Schmidt Productions.

Speaker/Facilitator
Kim Loliya is a coach, educator and curator specialising in sexuality, pleasure and empowerment. Kim's practitioner work at The Pleasure Institute includes working with trauma, consent, shame and relationship difficulties, offering practical pathways to cultivate more connection to ourselves and others in an increasingly disconnected world. Outside of her clinic, Kim is a speaker, facilitator and curator in the U.K and internationally and is the editor of sex+, a sex positive magazine that shares real stories and rewrites narratives about sex.

About team sex+:
sex+ is an independent online + printed magazine that shares real stories and rewrites narratives about sex and sexuality. We're passionate about showcasing stories that are rarely seen in mainstream media and that includes supporting the voices of marginalised groups. We believe in community-building and curate events across London and internationally that promote empathy, vulnerability and self-love in safe spaces.

About The Empowered Woman Project
Mandy Rose Jones launched the project as a platform to empower women acts and create a community of sharing without judgement. In a world full of unachievable beauty and unrealistic expectations, the project serves as a reminder to other women that they are perfect just as they are, they are seen, they are important and they matter.