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Spin the Bottle with CSC at the California Academy of Science! ⇢

Celebrate Valentine’s Day with us!

Feb 14, 2013
Center for Sex and Culture founders Carol Queen and Robert Lawrence will deliver fascinating talks in the Forum with guest Midori. Also, don’t miss a pop-up exhibit of vibrators past and present curated by Good Vibrations. In the East Pavilion, sample sweet treats from Whole Foods, make a good old fashioned valentine at SCRAP’s craft table, and stop by the Photoboof for posterity’s sake. 

In the aquarium, enjoy “gold classics” being spun by Sweet Cheeks DJs Loco and Mawkus in the coral reef, and strike up a conversation about extreme mating in the animal kingdom while wandering through Animal Attraction. In the Piazza, Hard French DJs Carnita and Brown Amy will whip up a soul storm, topped with grown-up board games and a few surprises.

We will also be bringing in some sexy goodies from the CSC Library &  Archive to highlight our wonderful collection! Library Pop-Up. 

About the CSC Library and Archive

The Center for Sex & Culture Library and Archive was born from, and is sustained by, donated collections of books, magazines, journals, zines, comics, dissertations, works of art, videos, memorabilia, and the personal papers of key members of the community. It is being cataloged by a team of dedicated volunteers and interns, under the supervision of Anissa Malady, MLIS. 

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More info on this great event HERE!

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