The schedule is jam-packed.
Q Con: a pioneering, unique event dedicated to the sexual health and well-being of LBTQ + women, will take place in Cork this September, with a host of experts landing on Leeside to take part.
The first conference of its kind in Ireland, the organisers hope to lead the way toward an authentic exploration of sexual health and well-being, health inequities, and to contribute to positive queer visibility with a weekend full of discussions and workshops running across Saturday and Sunday, September 16th and 17th at MTU Cork School of Music on Union Quay.
The event, which is explicitly trans and non-binary inclusive, is completely free and tea, coffee, and a light lunch will be provided for all participants.
“The programme also includes dedicated spaces for movement, social interaction, and exploration including a key-note address from sex and relationship therapist Rachel Cooke, a panel discussion dedicated to pleasure, and an array of workshops which can be seen in the schedule.” the organisers told us.
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“While Saturday morning events are open to everyone in the wider LGBTI+/ally community, the workshops and Sunday events are exclusively for lesbian, bisexual, queer, and trans women and non-binary people who align with the LBQT women’s community.”
Conference-goers are invited to let their hair down on Saturday night in the Hidden Attic at an OUTrageous x Q Con event featuring burlesque performers, live band Witless, and DJ Jules on the decks until late.
To see the full schedule and to register for your free ticket, check out Eventbrite.