Why Are People Into That?


So much of sex ed is about the How. But Tina Horn has always been preoccupied with the Why?! Come enjoy a live lightning round version of Tina’s popular podcast Why Are People Into That?! For the curious newbie to BDSM, we’ll explain some popular fantasies and interests. For the seasoned scenester, this class may shed some new light on everything you thought you knew about kink! No matter what your experience level, you’re sure to be entertained by this funny and thought-provoking class!

Some topics we will discuss: fisting, pegging, genitorture, role play, leather, latex, feet, boots, electricity, public sex…

If there’s a fetish you’ve always want explained, feel free to email or tweet Tina ahead of time or bring your questions to class. ([email protected], @TinaHornsAss, TinaHorn.net)

Presenter Bio:
Tina Horn is a writer, teacher, media-maker, queer punk, and true karaoke believer. She produces and hosts the kinky slut podcast Why Are People Into That?!. She is the author of two books — a collection of nonfiction stories about sex workers called Love Not Given Lightly, and a guide to the ethics and etiquette of modern relationship communication called Sexting.Her writing has also appeared on Refinery 29, Jezebel, Vice, the Toast, the Rumpus, the Slutist, and the Establishment, and in the anthologies Girl Sex 101, Best Sex Writing 2015, and Unshaven.

Tina’s workshops on dirty talk, sex worker self care, and spanking have been featured at International Ms Leather, the Woodhull Sexual Freedom Summit, the Pleasure Chest, Kink.com, Lesbian Sex Mafia, the New School, and the Feminist Porn Conference. She is a LAMBDA Literary Fellow, the recipient of two Feminist Porn Awards, and holds an MFA in Creative Nonfiction Writing from Sarah Lawrence. Born in Northern California, Tina now lives in Brooklyn with a very sweet bear. @TinaHornsAss / TinaHorn.net

LSM Membership is open to all women 18 years of age or older, including trans* and intersex people who live their daily lives as women and all female-born transgender people who feel they have a connection to and respect for the women’s community, and who are interested in fantasy and role playing, bondage, discipline, S/M, fetishes, costumes, alternate gender identities and uninhibited sexual expression in a safe, sane, consensual and confidential way.


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