Sensation, Out Now
Thursday 21st June - Plymouth
Waterstones. 65-69 New George Street 19.00
Internationally bestselling author of ‘The Battersea Park Road to Enlightenment’, Isabel Losada would like to talk about Sex. In an informative, funny, sometimes shocking, sometimes vulnerable entertainment - Isabel will dispel many myths. She will tell us about a year where she decided to learn everything she that she could about how to make sex into better sex in the context of a long term and monogamous relationship. An evening for both men and women - whether you have been married for 40 years or are 18 and happily single - be prepared for honesty and laughter. Bring questions - everything you always wanted to know but were afraid to ask. Questions will be written down and so will be anonymous - no need to say anything out loud.
A better sex life? As the Guardian said of ‘Sensation,’ - “What better investment could there be in a relationship?”
Isabel brings her unique blend of humour, curiosity and honesty to the still-taboo subject of sexuality. This is a brave, funny and often vulnerable quest to find out how we can make our sex life blissful.
Isabel has worked as an actress, singer, dancer, researcher, tv producer, broadcaster, public speaker, comedian and author. Isabel remains firmly committed to narrative non fiction & swimming against the tide.
Irreverent yet open minded, ‘Sensation’ is both moving and challenging. For anyone who has ever been tempted to dip their toes in the the deep waters of sexual exploration, Isabel Losada plunges you straight in.
The Goddess on the back cover is from the Cucuteni culture which existed in Romania C. 5,000 B.C. For my taste she is sexy, and elegant & has humour. For being indicative of sensation in the body she's doing very well and I think she's beautiful.
Humans in Love with Zachary Stockill
"Sex in long term relationships doesn't have to die. It can be re-born, over and over, across the decades. This was one of the most fun, raw and revealing interviews I've ever had the pleasure of conducting." Z Stockill
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