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Women Uncorked

March 14, 2018 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm


This month at Rhizome, Women Uncorked is hosted by sexual empowerment educator, Reba the Diva. Let’s talk about communication. How do you tell a sex partner what you want – or what you don’t want? What are the things you wish you could say to them, but don’t? We’ll talk about why it’s so hard, and what you can do about it, strategies for starting the conversation – and what happens next.

Come enjoy a supportive group of womyn in a no-judgement zone — and no one saying “that’s TMI!” Women Uncorked is a gathering for women only, talking about sex – the science, the social, the politics, the personal. It’s a safe place to break free of cultural taboos on talking honestly and personally about sexual topics. We talk about about desire, love and relationships, our bodies and our sexuality. We talk intimately about living and loving as womyn today. We share wisdom with understanding and acceptance, and wine!

We are a diverse group of people who identify as womyn, with different orientations and relationship styles, different ages and life experiences, sharing perspectives and experience about the most intimate of topics. You can just sit and listen, and only talk if you feel comfortable. There will be an opportunity to write anonymous questions on index cards for group discussion, if you have something you want talked about but don’t feel comfortable bringing it up.

Join us!

Here’s the place for tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/women-uncorked-tickets-43021816411

For more information go to https://www.women-uncorked.com
$10/ $15 at the door

• What to bring
Complementary wine… Feel free to bring your favorite beverage or snacks to share if you’d like. There will also be tea.


March 14, 2018
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm


6950 Maple St, NW
Washington, DC,

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