Performing with the Civilians for their next Let Me Ascertain You cabaret alongside some other really great songwriters like Grace McLean, Cesar Alvarez, Michael Friedman, Tim Acito, Jill Sobule, and others. Should be a pretty wild show.
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Let Me Ascertain You: Sex Variants 1941
Well, dig out the skeletons from your closet and join us for the next Let Me Ascertain You. Joe’s Pub is having us back on Monday Feb 3 at 9:30 pm for a stimulating look into America’s secret sexual past. Get your tickets HERE!
Rowena K on her endurance:
“Sex averages four or five hours. We just stop and wait and keep feeling good all the time. It takes her that long. In five or ten minutes I have an orgasm but I continue feeling good. I can have ten to fifteen orgasms and still feel good.”
Yes: in the book, you can see a gay vagina compared to a ‘normal’ vagina; there’s a cross-section showing how a dildo works; you can witness studies of dozens of labial folds and areola.
|From SEX VARIANTS|
Myrtle K: “My clitoris enlarges when I get steamed up...My clitoris natural is two inches long. Enlarged it’s three inches and the thickness of a little finger. I think it’s grown half an inch in the past year. I’ll have to get a jock strap if it gets much more.”
Salvatore N: “I often ask myself whether I am really a homosexual or merely a person who performs homosexual acts through association. I never want to have an affair with another homosexual. Taking the penis in my mouth does not satisfy me. Homosexual practices disgust me. Men who speak with an effeminate voice, who refer to each other as “she” or who make feminine gestures, are repugnant to me."
Join us on Monday, February 3rd at 9:30pm at Joe's Pub as we transform these graphic first-person accounts into a provocative, pansexual cabaret of monologues and songs about first times, dreamy fantasies and excessive fetishes.
The evening will feature original songs written from material in the book from these exciting 8 composers:
Tim Acito, César Alvarez, Maggie-Kate Coleman and Erato A. Kremmyda, Michael Friedman, Andrea Grody, Grace McClean, Jill Sobule, and Max Vernon.