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I felt awful. I hadn’t believed my friend when he’d told me he’d felt excluded at an Organ House (OH!) party. Well, I believed that he’d felt excluded. But I couldn’t believe my community had made him feel unwelcome on account of his skin color. Two more friends who are people of color (POC) had […]
As we at Organ House gear up to start publishing more frequently, I wanted to update and expand on our awesome So, you’re going to a sex party: a primer for noobs. I’ve been an OH!member for a few years now, and have attended other play events as well. I’m also a writer. My day […]
Consent Culture provides the minimum rules of engagement, CARE Culture goes a step beyond by fostering an environment of compassion, humility, courage, and growth. As we walk down this untouched path together, we don’t have a roadmap; however, our values provide the guideposts for our journey. Our culture of CARE is based on the following core values: Community, Autonomy, Responsibility, and Exploration.
A friend recently asked me to point them to some things I’ve written about non-monogamy and I came up surprisingly empty-handed, for as much as I tweet and post and think and talk about it. And do it. This will by no means be comprehensive or satisfying (like me in bed, oh!). But I want […]
All our favorite non-monogamy and sex podcasts in one place! Polyamory Weekly with Cunning Minx and LustyGuy “Tales from the front of responsible non-monogamy from a pansexual, kink-friendly point of view. For the full PW blog, visit www.polyweekly.com” Multiamory with Dedeker Winston, Emily Matlack, and Jase Lindgren “Conventional relationship advice is toxic and […]
While there is not one “right” way to approach potential sexual intimacy, there are some overarching strategies that can help to guide you on your journey. From figuring out exactly what it is you want, to changing your perception on ‘rejection’, we hope that you’ll find tools here that resonate with you.
In the midst of #metoo, how did a sex party pioneer a culture of consent that made headlines?
Everything is going to be okay. Here is a great resource for how to structure that conversation. You can also inform partners anonymously.
Strength does not belong to a gender. Softness does not belong to a gender. Beauty does not belong to a gender.
Our friends at the Date/Able podcast document Natalie’s first experience at a sex party, here at OH! We’re really excited to have a way to give other folks a sneak-peak of how amazing our community is, what we do, and what we stand for.
One of the most common questions I get is, “How do you do it? I want to throw a play party like this but I don't know where to begin.” Well, wonder no more.