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June 14th | San Francisco | Queer Men’s Cuddle Puddle
June 14, 2019 @ 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm$45
Our Cuddle Puddle is a social gathering designed to facilitate loving, intimate, and sensual touch with an awesome group of people. It’s an intentionally created, nonsexual space in which you can learn and practice communicating boundaries and consent and various ways to explore touch. Our Cuddle Puddle is founded upon our beliefs that:
♡ Nourishing touch is a cornerstone of connection, whether sexual or nonsexual.
♡ We have so many ways to acquire sex, itself. However, our needs for touch range widely from the explicitly erotic to gentle and nurturing. We believe there is a powerful need in the queer community to share this entire spectrum of touch—not just sex, alone, as a means of connection.
Cuddle puddles are transformational spaces that help us to drop into our bodies, to feel respected, to learn about our boundaries, and to feel connected and cherished in a group with out additional pressure to hook up or perform.
What to expect:
**ADDRESS WILL BE EMAILED A FEW DAYS PRIOR TO EVENT**
Doors open at 7pm, and doors close at 7:30 sharp! We’ll have an opening circle to create our container and set agreements for the evening. Then we’ll share some fun exercises to bring the group together and help bring us out of our heads and fully into our bodies. The rest of the evening will be an open, nonsexual space to talk, share touch, and connect. We encourage you to be courageous and to ask for what kind of touch fulfills you. We will be vibing out to sexy music in an awesome home with a gorgeous view of San Francisco. Snacks and nonalcoholic drinks will be provided. Sensuality is ABSOLUTELY encouraged, but clothing will stay ON. Please dress comfortably and arrive sober.
The Queer Men’s Cuddle Puddle is for anyone desiring an intentional form of physical connection that strongly supports boundaries and consent. No prior experience is necessary, just an open heart. This is an event for anybody identifying under the umbrella of queer men, including gay, bi, and trans folks.