SHORT VERSION: We are delighted to again be offering in-person sexuality workshops: The Forest, Fun Little Sex Games, Adventurous Touch and Intimacy, Roleplay Your Way, Sexuality Psychology and Movement, with more to come. To do workshops, our new application process only needs to be done once, takes less than five minutes, and can be done right now: https://www.curiouscreatures.biz/application.html
LONG VERSION: We've put a lot of effort into our workshop descriptions over the years to make sure you have an accurate idea of what to expect, what not to expect, and confirm if it's the right workshop for you.
This has generally worked very well, but occasionally, a detail gets missed (which is easy to do, even with the best of intentions) resulting in unaligned expectations.
As Curious Creatures reaches a wider audience, we've been aware that at some stage we'll need to transition to an application system for tickets, rather than simply having them open to everyone. As we come out of Covid lockdowns, we've decided now is the time to implement this.
Our new application process consists of a few questions, easily answered in less than five minutes. You'll then be put in one of three groups on our new online forum (based on your application and also ticket type availability), and will be able to attend as many workshops and events at that level as you wish. (Down the track, you may apply for a higher level of access; priority will be given to people that have participated in previous events).
We've set our forum categories up so that you can easily search for events based on what ticket type you're after (using 'tags'). You can use the forum (which has many groups & categories in addition to the ticket-buying ones) as much or as little as you want. By default we'll set it to just send you an email when we set up a relevant event, although you have complete control and can turn this off if you'd like.
We're quite excited about this new system. We believe it will make for a better and more enjoyable workshop experience for everyone, and it'll also give us more freedom as facilitators to target specific experiences towards the people that are a good match for those experiences. We regret that we've had to put another booking hurdle in place for you, but we're quietly confident that the improved experience will make it worthwhile.
~Rog and the Curious Creatures Team.
Rog is the driving force behind Curious Creatures, and the main author of this sexuality blog in Melbourne. They were brought up white, middle-class, mostly heterosexual, and male. They now identify as kinky, tantric, polyamorous, queer, and very, very curious. Are you curious? Read more about Rog and Curious Creatures.