Join Me for Hurts So Good in Toronto March 7th

Join Me for Hurts So Good in Toronto March 7th

White background with a pink squiggle, blue text box with white text “March 7” and pink dots - pink text “Hurts So Good” above blue text “How pain disorders can affect sexuality – and how we can fight it with” pink text “Kirsten Schultz” – in the bottom right corner is a B&W photo of Kirsten upside down on a bed, wrapped up in a sheet and smiling – pink and blue dots, squiggles, and shapes are scattered throughout the photo

I’m heading to Canada a few times this year. On March 7th, I get to present Hurts So Good! Here’s the workshop description:

“Society tends to assume sex and disability don’t go together, that a person with a chronic illness can’t have a fulfilling sex life. Thankfully, this assumption is far from the truth. Hurts So Good helps to eliminate the stigma associated with being a sexual being, regardless of ability. Kirsten highlights ways health issues affect our sexuality – from self-esteem to relationships and more – as well as providing ideas for the patient, provider, and sex-positive professional for tackling these issues head-on. She’ll also cover communication techniques, BDSM and chronic pain, toys and exercises, and more!”

Anyone is welcome to attend this workshop at Good For Her, located at 175 Harbord St. Toronto, Ontario. Canada M5S 1H3. Please note that the workshop space is on the second floor and there are stairs.

Wanna come play? Click here to snag tickets!