A Space for Community with quality sex education

A Space for Community with quality sex education

A Space for Community with quality sex educationA Space for Community with quality sex educationA Space for Community with quality sex education

Developing a Sex Positive World, Experientially

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

February 2020


It is with regret that I inform you all that Celebrating Eros will be shutting down.  Events have continued to demand my attention elsewhere and the sad reality is that I will not be in Brisbane much longer.


Susan and I are meeting soon to discuss a 'goodbye' event as a way of saying thankyou to our members and also to facilitate closure - whatever that may mean to you.  Once we have talked more will be posted here.


Warmly,

Danniel



January 2020


At the end of 2019 a series of events occurred that have left the future of Celebrating Eros undecided.  


While there are other substantial factors involved, the major effecting one is that Susan has had to withdraw from Celebrating Eros as a business.  Susan will still be (happily) collaborating with the Foundational Workshops and Play Parties but this has left the business side of our venture to me, Danniel.     


I have several directional options to take Celebrating Eros and my intention is to decide on which one by the end of January.  The directions available are:  

  • Continue with just the basic offerings (OY, FW, PP)
  • Close Celebrating Eros (more on this shortly)
  • Re-engineer Celebrating Eros as a hub for erotic community events, having 'collaborators' working under the CE banner.
  • Use CE as a platform for erotic and communal erotic experimentation.  For example we know that the orgasmic meditation/rainbow rub practice is deeply orgasmic and meditative.  What happens if it's done for an hour instead of ~20 minutes.
  • A combination of the above.

The major factor influencing the continuation of Celebrating Eros as a solo operation is that the intention of this 'business' was/is to create community.  In my observation, single people trying to create community is somewhat of a practical oxymoron and tends to creates a figurehead paradigm rather than individually equal, horizontal community.  Community is about 'group' and I don't know if continuing solo is the best thing.  Depending on other influences which also may cause the closing of Celebrating Eros, there will be a decision by the end of the month.


I would like to thank all of you for your participation and support, and I wanted to write something so that you are at least informed.