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Demonstrators gather outside of City Hall in San Francisco for a protest against a proposed city-wide nudity ban, Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2012. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez) Demonstrators gather outside of City Hall in San Francisco for a protest against a proposed city-wide nudity ban, Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2012. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)  

San Francisco porn studio offers ‘sex ed’ classes

Samantha Schroeder
Contributor

A San Francisco porn studio is scheduled to offer a class taught by “sexperts” and porn stars Saturday to instruct curious Californians on how to find sexual satisfaction.

Kink.com — the porn website run out of Armory Studios — offers a new series of public educational classes to improve the love-making in the Bay Area. Rather than leaving the learning to independent online researchers, Armory Studios will open its doors to interested individuals for $35 for a two-hour class held in the “impressive sets” designed by Kink.com’s Art Department.

In accordance with its mission to “demystify and celebrate alternative sexualities,” the website reads, the workshops began to provide ”information and encouragement to support exploration” in the bedroom.

The workshop offers a talk from “sexperts,” followed by demonstrations by models, including a previous workshop taught by porn star Rain DeGrey. Past courses have been offered to teach the sexually studious on subjects including the “fantasy-inducing and tongue loosening” class on Dirty Talk and a Rough Sex class marketed around Halloween as a “great way to start enjoying tricks and treats.”

“They have to sit through a lecture before we get to the good stuff. We do techniques, physical response and have a question and answer period before moving on to the demonstrations,” DeGrey said in an SFist article.

For those interested in ”innovative techniques to stimulate the G-spot,” tickets to “Madison Young’s G Spot and Female Ejaculation Workshop” are still available.

According to a Kink.com representative, Saturday’s class on female ejaculation will probably be a touch more graphic than usual.

To keep in the loop on SF Armory workshops, their Twitter page advertises their upcoming holiday sessions for couples who might ”love to tie more than ribbons this holiday.”

A historic building of San Francisco, the SF Armory was the former base of the San Francisco National Guard Armory and Arsenal. Today, Armory Studios offers group tours of the Moorish Castle-style building for $50. Although currently operating as a porn studio, the building was once used by George Lucas to film the first Star Wars movie.

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