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Arinda StormWeaver will be visiting my HDFS 5440 classroom on The Ohio State University Main Campus (Cunz Hall, Room 150) on May 21, 2013 from 9:30-10:55 am. If you are in another instructor’s 5440 or you’ve taken it with me previously? YES, you may come. Our class is large enough… guests are welcome to attend with students (adult guests only).
Arinda’s work involves several fetish arenas, including long fingernails, long toenails, long hair, smoking and foot fetishism. Her work as a sensualist has taken her overseas and she was featured in the art book Claws for Alarm by Tolu Solanke. Arinda StormWeaver maintains a no-nudity policy on her part and she discovered that the nail fetish community made it very easy for her to become well-known without taking her clothes off.
The following links are provided to give interested individuals access to Ms. Arinda’s work. She has many more websites where she works. Please contact the instructor for those links if desired. Inclusion of the links (below) is not an endorsement by the instructor or the university the instructor works for. Note: Adult content may be found at these sites. Please decided for yourself if you wish to proceed and if you are under the age of consent, speak with a parent or guardian before clicking below. Thank You.
Barak & Sheba will be visiting my HDFS 5440 classroom on The Ohio State University Main Campus (Cunz Hall, Room 150) on May 16, 2013 from 9:00-10:30 am. If you are in another instructor’s 5440 or you’ve taken it with me previously? YES, you may come. Our class is large enough… guests are welcome to attend with students (adult guests only).
Barak & Sheba are pansexual, polyamorous, married partners who reside in Columbus, Ohio; with some gigantic cats. They are Contributing Authors for Sexis Online Magazine and have written numerous short stories and essays on Polyamory, Kink, and Sacred Sexuality. Traveling around the country, they present classes for Kink, Leather, and Vanilla audiences. On the first Monday of each month, you can hear them talking about all forms of creative sexual expression on BS’ing with Barak & Sheba hosted by the Erotic Awakenings Podcast network.
Together they are the founding members and owners of Adventures in Sexuality (AIS), a fun, frolicking, PanPolyBSDM/Kink group in Central Ohio. Through AIS they are Coalition members of the NCSF (National Coalition for Sexual Freedom) are active supporters of The Sexual Assault Response Network of Central Ohio (SARNCO) and the Buckeye Region Anti-Violence Organization (BRAVO). They currently promote Pansexual BDSM Educational Events in Central Ohio.
In their “Intro to Kink” presentation, they introduce the audience to the Who, What, Why, Where and How of Sensation, Roleplay, Fetish, and Bondage. You are hearing about Bondage, BDSM, Kinky Sex, and many of the taboo buzzwords thrown all over, since 50 shades came out. But what does it all mean? How do people “spice” up their relationship without going overboard? In this informational class, they discuss the general avenues that make up Kink, Alt Sex, or Creative sexuality. They offer some general guidelines, and provide a PG-13 rated “show and tell” that illustrates some key points.
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Tara McKenzie Allison will be visiting my HDFS 5440 classroom on The Ohio State University Main Campus (Cunz Hall, Room 150) on May 13, 2013 from 9:30-10:55 am. Tara is local attorney with a new practice. She graciously offers her time to my students each time I teach Human Sexuality. Active in the local LGBT community, Tara is a tireless activist supporting equal rights for all people.
If you are in another instructor’s 5440 or you’ve taken it with me previously… YES, you may come.
More about Tara (from her firm’s website):
Tara M. Allison
In 1987, Tara received her undergraduate degree in Marine Engineering, from the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis. Following graduation, she served as a Commissioned Officer in the US Navy. After being honorably discharged, Tara worked as a nuclear engineer for over a decade. She is a licensed Professional Engineer.
In 1999, she partially completed a MBA degree, at the College of William and Mary, before relocating to Columbus.
In 2005, Tara graduated from Capital University Law School, cum laude, passed the Ohio Bar Exam, and was admitted to the Ohio Bar. Following graduation from law school, she has served as General Counsel / Contracts Manager for a mid-sized, construction-industry company, in Lexington, KY. In 2008, she relocated back to Columbus, in order to start her own law practice. She is a member of the Columbus Bar Association and is admitted to practice before the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio. She practices primarily in the areas of domestic/family law, Lesbian, Gay, Bi, and Transgender law, contract law, construction law, and civil litigation.
Tara is an active public speaker on LGBT-related issues; she has spoken numerous times at The Ohio State University, The Ohio State University Law School, Capital University Law School, Dennison University, Ohio Northern University, Transylvania University, Columbus Alternative High School, the King Avenue United Methodist Church in Columbus, Ohio, and the LGBT Subcommittee of the Columbus Bar Association. She has been a presenter at the TransOhio Annual Transgender and Ally Symposium (2008, 2009, 2010, and 2011). She has also spoken on LGBT issues at the 2010 Ohio Diversity and Leadership Conference, the 2011 Equality Ohio CAUSE Conference at Columbus State Community College, before the Columbus Community Relations Commission, and the Columbus Police Academy.