Fairvilla University: Navigating Bisexuality

By : Angelique Luna
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Bisexuality is often misjudged, sometimes met with responses like “Choose one” or “Stop being greedy”. Relationships are difficult to navigate especially if you have not come to terms with your own sexuality. In this workshop we will discuss the importance of owning your own sexuality, talking to your partner about your sexual preferences and the various types of challenges men and women experience.

Topics include:

  • Owning your own sexuality
  • Coming out when married
  • Talking to your partner about your sexual preferences
  • Communication and boundaries
  • Challenges men and women experience

About your presenters:

Angelique Luna is a Certified Kink Aware Professional relationship & sex coach, educator, entertainer and sexual abuse advocate. Angelique Luna is the host of Living A Sex-Positive Life podcast with her husband John C Luna where she discusses all aspects and effects of sexual relationships. She is a graduate of the inaugural year of the Kink Aware Therapy Certification Institute.

In his original career, John was an entrepreneur, author, professional educator and software developer. Now he educates others on alternative relationships and human sexuality. He lectures and coaches on non-monogamy, bisexuality, safe sexual practices, BDSM and other relationship & kink related topics.

Fairvilla welcomes individuals & couples of ALL genders & orientations.

Free mimosas included for those 21+

All attendees receive 15% off their purchase

Jason Mraz opens up about his sexuality and ‘experiences with men’

By : MARIAH COOPER OF THE WASHINGTON BLADE, COURTESY OF THE NATIONAL LGBT MEDIA ASSOCIATION
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Jason Mraz got candid about his sexuality in an interview with Billboard revealing that he considers his sexuality “two spirit” and that he has had sexual experiences with men.

Speculation swirled about his sexuality after the 40-year-old singer/songwriter penned apoem for Billboard’s “Love Letter to the LGBTQ Community.” One line from the poem had people questioning if Mraz was coming out as bisexual.

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Margaret Cho says people don’t ‘get’ bisexuality

By : MARIAH COOPER OF THE WASHINGTON BLADE, COURTESY OF THE NATIONAL LGBT MEDIA ASSOCIATION
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Margaret Cho got candid about the stigma behind bisexuality in an interview with the Huffington Post.

The comedian reveals that at first she thought she identified as a lesbian before understanding she was also attracted to men.

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Comedian Margaret Cho on her new tour, bi-erasure and our LGBTQ family

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“Everything about my life is intimately connected in gay history,” superstar comedian Margaret Cho says. “It’s my community; it’s where I live, where I grew up, who I am, all my friends, all my family.”

That’s been evident in Cho’s decades-long career, beginning with her stand-up in San Francisco near the gay bookstore her parents owned. It continues today with her accolades as a performer, in which her comedic takes on LGBTQ rights, sexuality, bullying and politics have led to five Grammy nominations, an Emmy nomination and being named one of Rolling Stone’s 50 Best Stand-Up Comics in 2017.

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