Hot, Wet, & Shaking at the Holy Oak

Prepare for one sexy night of shameless storytelling!

Kaleigh Trace - queer, disabled, sex-educator - is launching her memoir Hot, Wet, &Shaking: How I learned to talk about sex. Hear her chronicle her journey from ignorance to bliss as she shamelessly discusses her sexual exploits, bodily negotiations and attempts at adulthood.

She'll be joined by Samantha Fraser and Sophie Delancey from Tell Me Something Good - Toronto's sexy storytelling slam!

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And books will be available through Glad Day BookShop!

http://www.gladdaybookshop.com/

Kaleigh Traces work has appeared in The Coast, The Huffington Post, CRIT, The Tide, and on her own blog: The Fucking Facts thefuckingfacts.com. As a disabled, queer, feminist, sex educator she has spoken at conferences across Canada. From her home base in Halifax, Kaleigh writes about safe and shameless sex of all kinds, for all kinds. For more info on Hot, Wet, & Shaking visit: http://invisiblepublishing.com/?p932

Samantha Fraser is a life coach, poly advocate, consultant, producer, and author of Not Your Mothers Playground: a realistic guide to honest, happy, and healthy, open relationships. Samantha has been appeared on/in CBC DocZones Thoroughly Modern Marriage, Toronto Life, SexMatters TV, InnerSPACE, The Grid, National Post, Metro, The Toronto Sun, Filament Magazine, and many other sexuality focused websites. She is the founder and executive producer of Playground sexuality conference, loves uniting communities and taking on more than she can chew.

Sophie Delancey is a jack-of-all-trades type devoted to spreading the message that porn can be beautiful. She is the VP of TheArtofBlowjob.com and is focused on creating "beautiful porn" the idea that porn can be both aesthetically pleasing and ethically viable. She also writes blogs, interviews and reviews for numerous sexuality/relationship/porn sites. She has appeared on many radio shows/podcasts and has spoken on several panels, including a paper presentation at the first ever Feminist Porn Conference at the University of Toronto under the supervision of Tristan Taormino.