An erotic art show and charity auction presented by The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence®, The Abbey of St. Joan, on November 10, 2012 at the Electric Tea Garden, 1402 E. Pike St. (entrance is on 14th). Enjoy live and silent auctions of erotic art, donated by talented local artists. Draw sketches of enticing models, with sketch pads provided for a small donation. Admire “food as art”, a presentation of edible food on live models. And more! This event promotes body acceptance, celebrating the body beautiful in all of us, and being body and sex positive. It will strive to show that all body shapes and sizes are beautiful. Doors open at 7pm, event concludes at 10pm.
We are suggesting a small donation of just $5 at the door that evening.
All proceeds from the event are to be donated to the Foundation for Sex Positive Culture, a local 501c3 Non-Profit.
The Foundation for Sex Positive Culture’s mission is to promote the many ways sex is beneficial through education, outreach, the arts, advocacy, and research programs that serve the public.
As proponents of sex positive culture, they believe that the appropriate uses of sex extend beyond reproduction. They include creating personal pleasure, bonding interpersonal relationships, promoting spiritual growth, and enhancing emotional and physical health. In a sex positive world, everyone has the freedom and resources to pursue a fulfilling and empowering sex life. For more information about the Foundation, please visit http://thefspc.org/ or email email@example.com
The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence®, the Abbey of St. Joan is an order of twenty-first century nuns dedicated to the promulgation of universal joy and the expiation of stigmatic guilt. We work to raise money for AIDS charities, fight for queer rights and visibility, do safer sex outreach, and strive diligently to keep our sense of humor, never taking ourselves so seriously that we forget to have fun. We gladly welcome all races, creeds, genders and sexual orientations. For more information about the Sisters please visit http://www.theabbey.org/