Mar 2, 2023
Are you ready to get erotic? Join me with one of the coolest women I have been lucky enough to meet! Eleanor O'Brien is the creator of Stand Up Smut, and Dance Naked Creative. For over a decade, she has helped people tell their stories in a way that celebrates their sexuality, revels in it, explores it, and firmly believes no one should be punished for their curiosity. With an MFA at the University of San Diego, she has done everything from Shakespeare at the Old Globe Theater and auditioned for commercials, film, and tv, but something felt deeply unsatisfying to her. Only when she wrote her first show, Dominatrix for Dummies did she realize what was missing! She wanted to make theater that mattered and had something to say; that helped people see different possibilities for their own lives. She wanted to make shows about sex and that is just what she's done! Grab your drink and kick back! You are in for one erotic ride!
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Site: The Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality
Site: Center for Positive Sexuality
Site: Sexual Health Alliance
Site: Kinsey Institute of Indiana University
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