August 10, 2009 05:28pm
Celebrate Sexual Freedom
Source: The Press Wire News Desk
by: Company Press Release
(LOS ANGELES, CA) -- The Woodhull Freedom Foundation of Los Angeles [http://www.wffla.info], holds ''A Celebration of Sexual Freedom'' at exclusive play space, the Academy in downtown Los Angeles on Saturday, August 15, 2009.
Nina Hartley, Carol Queen and Mistress Shae Flanigan, will be the sex-positive hosts for this sexy, elegant evening of socially responsible revelry and the after ceremonies pan-sexual, open play party at the Academy.
Special Guests for ''A Celebration of Sexual Freedom'' include; Ms. International Leather 2009, Lamalani, award-winning adult film director and Hustlerís ''Taboo Magazine'' Editor, Ernest Greene and Jeff Booth of Erotic University. Sponsoring this event for the newly formed Woodhull Freedom Foundation of Los Angeles are Babeland, the Stockroom, Hustler Hollywood and MikeyandMandy.com and PracticalStriptease.com.
The Woodhull Freedom Foundation works to affirm sexual freedom as a fundamental human right. Woodhull Freedom Foundation fights to protect and advance freedom of speech and sexual expression for all lifestyles and all sex workers. Woodhull Freedom Foundation promotes sexuality as a positive personal, social and moral value through research, advocacy, activism, education and outreach. Those that work in a wide range of sexually oriented businesses, and those into alternative lifestyles, such as BDSM, swinging, polyamory, and members of the gay community ó know firsthand the condemnation that many in our culture direct at them. Today, more and more people are beginning to stand up for the right to express their sexuality with other consenting adults without harassment or discrimination. ''a Celebration of Sexual Freedom'' brings together all of these communities to embrace their right to live as they choose and support WFFLA in fighting for their sexual freedom.
''A Celebration of Sexual Freedom'' will commence at 7:30 PM on Saturday, August 15, 2009. Tickets are available through the toll-free phone number, 1-800-838- 3006, or through the website, http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/72100. Admission is $35 per person, and tickets are tax deductible to the extent allowable by law. Exact location information is provided upon ticket purchase. For additional information and requests for interviews or artwork, call Jim Rea, (310) 454-6517.
About the Woodhull Freedom Foundation:
The Woodhull Freedom Foundation, a Washington D.C. based 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation, fights for freedom of sexual expression for consenting adults. The organization is named for 19th century activist Victoria Woodhull. Woodhull was a progressive and outspoken nineteenth-century Suffragette who introduced sex- positive values to America during the repressive Victorian era. The WFF continues to uphold the ideals of Victoria Woodhull, working to produce national debate around sex and sexuality, bringing public attitudes and private behaviors closer together, and ultimately fighting to remove the stigmas surrounding expressions of gender and sexuality. The Woodhull Freedom Foundation of Los Angeles is the most recent member organization of the WFF network.