Sex Talk in the City

Sex Talk in the City    Sex Talk in the City is a multifaceted exhibition at the MOV that teases out how people in Vancouver learn about sexuality, define pleasure, and respond to particular politics.Sex Talk in the City addresses issues of sexual expression, diversity, politics, and education in a fun, approachable, and thought-provoking manner. Sex isn’t only biological, it’s cultural. This Museum of Vancouver exhibit runs from Thursday, February 14, 2013 to Monday, September 2,...

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Special screening of Scarlet Road

EASE is thrilled to announce that we will be co-hosting a screening of Scarlet Road and the amazing Rachel Wotton, the sex worker featured in the documentary, will be present for the screening and a panel discussion. The screening will be on April 13 at 6 PM at Scotia Bank Banff Centre,  677 Davie St..   The panel discussion will feature Rachel, Kerry Porth board member of Pivot Legal, GF Strong sexual health educator Marie Carlson and EASE cofounder Dave...

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Modern Dilemmas – Disability and Sex

From the Australian Broadcasting Corporation Radio National. The Modern Dilemmas panel tackle Down syndrome and disability. Well worth a listen. Listen to Broadcast     Presented by  Natasha Mitchell A Life Matters listener has emailed this dilemma: ‘My 24 year old son has Down syndrome and the issue is one I haven’t heard anyone talk about. It is regarding adults with moderate intellectual disabilities and sexuality. Most live without the pleasures of sex that the rest of us take for granted. It is not lack of desire, but an inability to adequately communicate their...

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The Too Hard Basket

From the Australian Broadcasting Corporation Radio National. 360Documentaries presents The Too Hard Basket. John Blades, featured in Scarlet Road, tackles the topic of sexuality and disability in this exceptional radio documentary. Again, worth a listen. Listen to Broadcast     Disabled people are rarely touched in a loving way or thought of as sexually desirable yet they have the same need for a sexual life as everyone else. In this confronting program John Blades, who has a major disability himself, talks to sex workers about why they work with disabled clients and the...

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EASE featured in Spinal Cord Injury BC’s Spin Magazine

EASE was featured in Spinal Cord Injury BC’s autumn edition of the Spin magazine.   Read PDF

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