SLUT PROTOCOLS! Recorded live at SF Sketchfest, Sandra explores the good, the bad and the messy of benefitting it up in our friendships. Standup comedy from Eliza Skinner at the top of the show. TOPICS: Bad at it, benefits, ruining the friendship, friend’s future partners, unrequited love, brain juices, Pretty in Pink‘s Duckie, transactional relationships, f*** buddies, Facebook input, insular lesbian community. Tea Party nightmare, wanting something more, psychopaths, changing situations, awkward conversations, breaking it off, being nice & respectful, inept & insecure, sluts, mitigating love, limerence, sex once a month, Dopamine, Facebook stalking, sleepovers, weekend getaways, group sex, eye contact, learning from porn work, and avoiding the weird.
Eliza Skinner is originally from Richmond, VA and started her performing career as an unnamed child revolutionary in a production of Evita. She is now a stand-up comedian and has appeared on The Pete Holmes Show, @Midnight, Chelsea Lately, Upload with Shaquille O’Neal, MTV, Showtime, AMC and the BBC. She has performed in festivals all over the world including RiotLA, SXSW, Bridgetown, the NY Comedy Festival and the Edinburgh Fringe. In his Reddit AMA, Patton Oswalt called her one of his favorite up-and-coming comedians. Last fall, Eliza was a writer and correspondent on Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell (produced by Chris Rock), and she is currently a staff writer for Funny Or Die and a regular performer at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater in New York and L.A. She was just selected to be one of the New Faces Of Comedy at the Montreal Just For Laughs Festival. She can be seen every Thursday at The Virgil in L.A. at Big Money – the stand-up show she hosts with Bryan Cook.
Siouxsie Q is a sex worker, podcaster, columnist, and playwright: a jack of all trades. Her weekly podcast, The WhoreCast, and her SF Weekly column The Whore Next Door strive to humanize sex workers by sharing their stories, art and voices. Over the past year, Siouxsie Q has been a guest expert for the Savage Love column, interviewed Ira Glass, and starred in her hit original play Fish Girl. Siouxsie Q, simply put, is a sex worker super hero dedicated to fighting for Truth, Justice and the American Whore.
Allison Moon is the author of the queer sex-ed comic, Girl Sex 101, and the Tales of the Pack series of novels about lesbian werewolves. Her newest book, Bad Dyke, is a collection of true, salacious stories and will release in November. Allison teaches workshops on strap-on sex, polyamory, sexual self-expression, erotica writing, and more– all around the U.S. and Canada. Learn more at GirlSex101.com
Reid Mihalko helps adults create more self-esteem, self-confidence and greater health in their relationships and sex lives, no matter what their self-expression of those happen to be. From his rated-PG/PG-13 workshops (Cuddle Party, Speed-Flirting) to the rated-R (Iron Slut Sex Educator Showdown) to his explicit, NC-17 rated, Show-N-Tell sex education workshops (where audiences get to watch, take notes, and ask questions), Reid’s workshops have been attended by close to 30,000 individuals from myriad walks of life, orientations, relationship styles, countries and religions. Known for his charisma, wit and emphasis on integrity, Reid travels the country teaching, coaching, consulting and collaborating on fulfilling his mission: Create more self-esteem, self-confidence and sexual health for adults in and out of the bedroom.