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Girls' Night In With Good For Her

Winter can be a downer, if you detest the cold and snow as much as I do. But whatever the season, spending time with girlfriends is always fun. So instead of having a girls' night out this winter, why not have a girls' night in? What to do? Have some wine, munchies, and invite Good For Her out for a fun and educational workshop!

I was at such a party recently, and it was good fun. Carlyle Jansen, founder of Good For Her, joined us at a friend's place for a seminar on the "Big O", specifically, how to achieve "bigger, better, and multiples". It made for a very interesting and educational evening. And we had a few laughs, too, as we shared both our great and not so great experiences.

Whether a workshop in someone's home, or in-store at Good For Her, located on Harbord Street, you can explore a number of different subjects, including burlesque, pole dancing, and how to talk dirty! And men, so you don't feel left out, there are workshops on how to fully satisfy your woman, or a couples massage workshop.

What a way to get together over the holidays!


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