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Press Release – May 17 – Adult Sex-Ed & Erotic Literary Salon

Philadelphia’s Erotic Literary Salon Evening Introduces the Adult Sex-Ed Salon, Along With Attendee Readers, Tuesday, May 17.


Thursday, April 28, 2016


PCSalons@gmail.com – contact: Susana Mayer, Ph.D., Salonnière,

PCSalons@gmail.comreserve a time slot to read at Salon (5 min max)

www.theEroticliterarysalon.com – guidelines for reading.

www.theEroticliterarysalon.com – blog: events, Salon notices, erotica, and guidelines.

The Erotic Literary Salon will be held Tuesday, May 17. The Adult Sex-Ed Salon is a one hour program held prior to the Erotic Literary Salon. This month questions posed by the attendees and ‘Walter’ will be discussed by Sexologist Susana Mayer, Ph.D. and attendees interested in sharing their knowledge and experiences.


Approximately twenty attendees will also entertain with their 5-minute erotica, sex memoirs, rants, short stories and poetry.


PHILADELPHIA: The Erotic Literary Salon, unique in the English-speaking world has launched a growing movement mainstreaming erotica. Salons attract a supportive audience of 65 or more individuals. Approximately 15 participate as writers, readers, storytellers, spoken word performers of original works/words of others, the rest just come to listen, enjoy and applaud. Frances, our resident nonagenarian (98 years young) occasionally recites her original erotica.


Salons gather the 3rd Tuesday of every month at TIME (The Bohemian Absinthe Lounge), 1315 Sansom Street, Center City, Philadelphia. Doors open at 6:30 p.m., for cocktails, food and conversation. Adult Sex-Ed between 7:00-8:00, readings begin at 8:30. Admission is $12, discounted for students and seniors to $10. Salon attendees must be 21.


Creator of this event, Dr. Susana, is Philadelphia’s best-known sexologist. She lends her voice to the Salon by offering relevant information to support the discussions that arise in the Salon and blog.

…surprisingly comfortable….Salon devotees praise her for the space she has created….”

“I think Susana is doing a very brave thing.”

Philadelphia Inquirer, February 10, 2010


“There are laughter and tears along with the hot rush of blood – to the face.

Daily News, March 15, 2010


“I never knew such a life of honesty could exist. I finally found a home I can be comfortable in…this event changed my life.

First-time attendee and reader 2013



The Charge Station – Thursday – July 9

The Charge Station™ was founded by Olga S. Pérez based on one focus — Self Empowerment. Meet our featured guest speaker Exclusively 
@ The Charge Station™ – Susana Mayer


Be inspired by Clinical Sexologist Susana Mayer, Ph.D. is an adult sex-educator, relationship mentor and founder/host of The Erotic Literary Salon. Dr. Mayer is an advocate for ageless sex and conscious coupling. At the Charge Station™ she will introduce her model of Personal Path to Pleasure to create an authentic sex life.

Get life long insights from the “sex expert”  at The Charge Station™

Get a FREE drink with your ticket and enter to win Giveaways and raffle prizes. Event specials: $4 Beer | $4 mix drinks | $5 appetizers

$6 Parking Discount with validation*

Time: 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Location: Room12 Lounge 1200 Samson street, Philadelphia PA 19107


June – Adult Sex-Ed Month!

Recently the Salon has added, The Talk: For Adults and Eccentric Walter and me talking about sex-news issues with attendee discussions. Adult Sex-Ed is more than June, it is every month at the Salon.

Here is the site that started the June focus on adult sex-ed.

It’s #AdultSexEdMonth!

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ASEM logo 300As much as you probably hated summer school as a kid, I guarantee that #AdultSexEdMonth will be the best summer school you’ve ever attend. After all, who doesn’t like giving … and getting … good ed?

During the month of June, you’ll get a chance to read some of the best adult sex ed stories on the Interwebz just by checking out links on Twitter and Facebook with the #AdultSexEdMonth hashtag. Like something you read? Retweet or share the post with people in your social media network circles.

Part of the reason I started #AdultSexEdMonth last year is because good and credible information about sex is so hard to find, but it’s out there. Google does its best to keep adult content off the top of its keyword search results. While it’s responsible to keep adult content away from curious underage eyes, Google doesn’t differentiate the difference between porn and sex.

The #AdultSexEdMonth stories you’ll find on Twitter and Facebook just aren’t written by me. I don’t know everything about sex. I may not have the same opinions or interests about sex as others. That’s why I’ve asked dozens of other sex bloggers to take part in this social media campaign. If there’s anyone I’ve missed, just join in the fun. The more the merrier.’

If you come across a great adult sex article on your own, let us know about it by sharing it on Facebook and Twitter with the #AdultSexEdMonth hashtag.

If Twitter or Facebook aren’t your thing, you can find lots of great adult sex ed articles, infographics, videos and podcasts on the #AdultSexEdMonth Stories by Topic page.

In addition to sharing great adult sex ed stories, this year there will be some great online discussions where you can learn a lot about sex. Check out the chat schedules on the #AdultSexEdMonth Events page. You can also find #AdultSexEdMonth events taking place off line, too.

If you’re still trying to wrap your head (the small one as well as the big one) over what #AdultSexEdMonth is all about, check out the #AdultSexEdMonth website, and be sure to follow #AdultSexEdMonth on Twitter (@AdultSexEdMonth) and Facebook.

AGWDM kissAside from the great bloggers that are involved in #AdultSexEdMonth, I’d also like to thank the sponsors that are making it possible to make #AdultSexEdMonth a bigger deal and more than successful than last year. Lubezilla made it possible for #AdultSexEdMonth for it to have its own website. Our Social Media Sponsors, Lucky BlokeSextoys.co.ukToy With MeGlyde and My Secret Luxury are not only backing this project financially, but will be sharing valuable information to show how smarter and safer sex is the best sex. Angel’s Sex ToysCara SutraKinklyParrot’s Pen and The STD Projecthave also played a big and much appreciated role in helping to cover the expenses involved in the #AdultSexEdMonth campaign..


ASEM logo 150See this and other #AdultSexEdMonth stories at adultsexedmonth.com.

4 Major Myths About Penises

Thought I would start your weekend with a bit of Sex-Ed. It is not only good personal information, but might be of interest if you are an erotica writer. Enjoy the read.

Don’t fall for the hype!


You’ve probably seen a penis or two by now—and yet, some misconceptions persist. Below, a rundown of the most common myths and the raw (and, yes, occasionally disappointing) truth. Don’t say we didn’t warn you!

Shoe size is a good predictor of penis size.
No, it’s not. In fact, there is no good predictor. And it’s not for lack of research—studies have examined correlations between penis size and race, height, build, and the size of a man’s feet, hands, and even butt.

You can’t break a guy’s penis, since boners don’t contain bones.
“There’s no bone, but there is something called the corpora cavernosa—fibrous tissues that carry blood supply, protected by ligaments. Those can rupture,” says Harry Fisch, M.D., a clinical professor of urology and reproductive medicine at Weill Cornell Medical College, who reassures us that the injury is rare. “I’ve been practicing for over 25 years, and the last time I saw one was as a resident in the ER.” A fracture in the structure of the penis (which will feel slightly less painful than a broken leg) is an emergency—one that requires surgery. The usual culprit is misalignment during woman-on-top sex, so be careful up there, just in case.

There is a pill/cream/device/surgery that will make a penis larger.
While there’s no way to become bigger, he can make the most of his natural state by getting as hard as humanly possible. “Heart-healthy behavior is penis-healthy behavior,” says Fisch. “He should quit smoking, eat more low-cholesterol foods, and get plenty of regular cardio exercise—particularly squats, hip thrusts, and leg lifts—to send blood rushing to the pelvic and gluteal area. Supplements and medications like Viagra can increase nitric oxide, which improves blood flow. Think of it like inflating a tire.”

If he stays erect after sex, he wants another go.
Not always. Sometimes erections remain even after he’s ejaculated. How long a guy can stay hard afterward depends on the quality of his blood flow, his level of arousal, and whether he has the help of a little blue pill. Some men are able to perform again within five or 10 minutes, some dudes need a half-hour, and others require a full day to recover.

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