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Sex Camp

 

Do you want to be part of the Sex Camp team for 2013?

We need passionate people with skills in organization, events, volunteering, management, logistics, media, advertising promotion, stage management, administration, sponsorship or anything else you feel you could bring to the team and just a passion and commitment to be involved in some way!

You are welcome to a first meeting so we can all meet each other, connect, get clear on roles, responsibilities, visions, ideas, inspiration, concepts for the next

event happening in February.It is my vision to create a really great, committed, relaxed, connected community team vibe this year to hold the space for what looks like is going to be an even bigger and richer event than the first.

Preference is that you attended the first Sex Camp, but not necessary.

Please email sexcampinfo@gmail.com to RSVP for the meeting – The tentative date is
Monday, 29 October 2012 at 6pm held TBA inner city melbourne  -

Please  stating your name, experience, skills, your relatistic  level of contribution (i.e lead up, bigger role or weekend volunteer) why you want to be involved and contact number

Look forward to meeting you!

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The first Sex Camp was an amazing success! With close to 200 guests – it was a powerful, nurturing, connected, loving and expansive weekend for many – Check out some fantastic testimonials, personal accounts and blogs written by some of the attendees here.

 

So after a bit of a hiatus from the slightly burnt out organiser, we are now beginning to gear up for the next one – this time is will be held in february 2013 – so warmer weather for us to relax into our bodies and (hopefully) the sunshine.

 

Tickets and more information will be announced soon!

 

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A few of you have expressed concern about it possibly being too cold for Sex Camp!

As it is Melbourne in autumn, we cannot really predict the weather – but rest assured the workshop spaces are indoor with some of them even having open fires – you can choose a cosy dorm option to sleep in and you get hot meals, cups of tea and spend your weekend getting to know a big group of warm hearted people. Definitely bring some warmer clothes particularly for the mornings – but we endeavour to make Sex Camp as comfortable for you as possible!

 

xo

 

 

Have lots of connections? Good at talking to people? Feel passionate about what Sex Camp is offering?

We have some great incentives for those that are good at spreading the word and getting people along.

This event is going to be amazing and the more excited, passionate and curious people knowing about it the better.

Please contact us at sexcampinfo@gmail.com to find out more about how to become a promoter, what’s involved and what you and your friends get for it!

 

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As

Shannon Brown, Counsellor and Psychotherapist B.A, Dip Trans Couns.

 

Shannon provides safe, non-judgmental and compassionate counseling that is honoring of each individual’s unique personal experience.

 

Shannon believes that our complex relationship to sexuality is informed by our deep stirrings and primal urges towards connection; while being complicated by deep societal and personal shame, complex emotions and various traumatic life events.

 

She understands that sexuality is a primary aspect of our lives and central to one’s sense of self and is passionate about supporting people to live their personal truth.

 

Shannon has several years experience providing emotional support and counselling to women through her ongoing work at WIRE (Women’s Information and Referral Exchange) covering topics such as sexual assault, domestic violence and personal crises. She is a trained doula and runs her own Counselling / Psychotherapy practice in Camberwell Victoria. She also provides workshops on identity, sacred sexuality and core emotions. Visit her website for more details.   (www.shannon-brown.com.au)

 

Ultimately yes, sexuality has a charge – it can stir the emotional pot and bring up a lot for people – even just hearing the name Sex Camp – many immediately want to run -which is totally okay, but this is exactly why we are putting this on and we encourage, that if you are drawn to this event, take the leap and come, fears and all – everything is welcome and this weekend will be something special. Although we can’t predict and control everything when it comes to human beings and sexuality – we are doing all we can to create a safe, nurturing and solid container for Sex Camp, that allows all emotions and expressions to be healthily expressed and experienced throughout the weekend.

Friday night opening is compulsory for all presenters and attendees – we are all in this together and we will have various activities and experiences set up, to get us all on the same page on how to be together and create a container for the weekend, there is likely to be many of us with nerves or concerns and we want friday night to really relax everyone and enter into the journey together.

We will have quiet, intentionally set spaces for people to go when they need some alone or processing time – we will have qualified counsellors around for support as well as a little crew of ESP’s (emotional support people) who can be there for you if you need them and will be checking in with people.

But Sex Camp is also about fun, playfulness and joy! – Remember – every workshop, exercise, conversation, experience is OPTIONAL and completely up to you – you do not have to do anything you don’t feel like doing – we encourage the healthy exploration of your own boundaries, but ultimately the choice is yours and this will be honored and we ask you honor this in your fellow campers as well. Sex Camp supports the empowerment of self responsibility and holds the intention for integrity, love and respect for each other and ourselves.

We went to check out the site where sex camp will be held today!

It is looking so lush and gorgeous – so many beautiful spaces for workshops, discussions and experiences!

Gorgeous little rooms to stay in, quiet indoor spaces for reflection and beautiful camping ground and natural surrounds. If you feel called to help with setting up some of the spaces before and after the weekend please let us know!

sexcampinfo@gmail.com

After an evening of unique and entertaining performances on the Saturday we will move into a Sexy Silent Disco run by the guys at Party Higher – Noises restrictions on the property won’t matter – we can dance into the night with each other – outlandish, sensual, however you want to be. Bring your most daring outfits and be ready for a unique party with a few twists…

http://silentdiscomelbourne.com/

We had a great time at the sex and consciousness conference in Byron Bay.

We are passionate about the spiritual and sacred element of sex being explored at Sex Camp, as well as all the rest. Sex Camp is about the spectrum of sexuality in all it’s colors and expressions.

We spent the weekend hearing a wide variety of presenters and even secured a few to join us for Sex Camp too!

Liana Gailand will be presenting Occupy your Arsehole – an investigation into the bottom end of Bussiness.

And Avika de Vine will be presenting Conscious kink: Spanking, breath and ecstatic trance.

Both of their presentations at the conference we’re fantastic. They are full power people with a lot of skill, insight and knowledge to share – we are thrilled to have them on board!

We are slowly loading up and confirming presenters and workshops over the next few weeks – keep an eye on the website and subscribe to updates to keep in the loop :)

I went into the studio today to talk about Sex Camp on the program Take Care {on} Air with Kath Duncan and Crusader Hillis. It was great fun talking to them about Sex Camp.

Joy FM is a community radio station representing the diverse lesbian and gay community which we are passionate about representing at Sex Camp. Sexuality is unique and special whatever you are into.

Check out the podcast below.

Title: Take Care {on} Air – 7 Feb 2012
Author: JOY 94.9
Subtitle: Presented by Kath Duncan & Crusader Hillis
Summary: This week’s lineup includes Teague Leigh discussing the challenges of Transitory Life, Vanessa Florence sharing juicy details of her upcoming Sex Camp and Morgan Carpenter from Intersex International & Dirty Queer Mag on what it means to be After Homesexual. Also includes Damien Stevens with Rural Roundup.
Published: Mon, 20 Feb 2012 4:03 PM
Duration: 35:35
Download: Feb 07 The ALSO Show podcast edit.mp3

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