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Brookline Good Vibrations Store
Our East Coast location is nestled in charming downtown Brookline, where Good Vibrations offers sex-positivity and education in this vibrant and bustling community.
308A (rear) Harvard Street
Directions note: From Harvard St, take the alley between Baby Gap and the Arcade Building.
Most of our events are open to everybody. However, some are designated for particular groups. If an event description says "women only" or "men only," anyone who identifies with that gender is welcome to attend. Events for couples do not require you to be romantic or sexual partners, but you do need to attend as a pair. So if you have a close friend you want to come with, feel free!
For paid workshops, we strongly recommend reserving your seat. Some of our classes fill up and signing up early will make sure you can attend them. Other workshops have smaller attendance and we may cancel an event if only a few people are registered in advance. Early pre-registration is the best way to avoid disappointment. You can click on the link in the workshop description or call us at 617-264-4400 to sign up. We are unable to honor refunds if the request is communicated after the actual date of the workshop.
Upcoming Events at Brookline
Masturbation 101: Sex With Someone You Love
The secret is out! Masturbation feels good and it’s good for you! Join Sex Educator and Assistant Manager, Alex and discover why masturbation is important for everyone—regardless of age, gender, relationship status or sexuality. We will reveal how self-loving can naturally boost your self-esteem, increase stamina, help you find that mysterious G-spot, and give you the tools you need to become a better lover. Discover new aspects of your own anatomy, the physiology of orgasms, masturbation techniques, and popular toys that will empower and inspire you to open up to a world where it’s all about you.
Safer Sex, Dysphoria, and Making Love to the Trans Body
This 3-part workshop series explores various aspects of what safer sex and sexuality mean for people who identify as Trans. This series aims to empower those who wish to learn how to love themselves and how to encourage others to explore their bodies in an open, respectful, non-judgmental space and conversational context with other Trans-identified people. The 3rd installment of this series opens the conversation to Trans-identified people and their partners. Is the bedroom your favorite playground? How do we make play time with our partner’s fun and fulfilling? This workshop is for both new and long-term partners to share their experiences and explore new ideas and options for pleasure. The workshops will be led by the BodyImage4Justice team, a non-profit organization that aims to bring the LGBTQ community together through the common cause and interest of body image, health and wellness.
Risky Quickies: The Guide to Public Sex & Getting Busy Beyond the Bedroom
Taking playtime outside the bedroom can be exciting and downright satisfying. Take your public sex fantasy to a whole new level with this guide to great quickies anywhere you go. Our Lead Sex Educator, Sales Associate, Maria, will divulge all the secrets you need to know to stay safe during your next risky romp. We will explore daring locations, discreet toys, and tips to keep in mind before you go down in the elevator or get hot and heavy in the club.
Sexual Diplomacy: How to Keep it Cool with Your Roommate but Hot in Bed
Think having a roommate (or roommates) is going to put a damper on your sex life? Excited (or concerned) that college is going to be all sex all the time? Figured out who gets which half of the room but think you’re still missing some of the how to be a good roommate talk? Join us as Sex Educator, Sales Associate Ruby guides you through some of the best ways to approach having the sex talk with your roommate(s) and different ways to negotiate living in a shared space (be it a college dorm room or an apartment) and still have the sex you want to have.
Safe Sex = Sexy Sex
Lubes and condoms and dental dams—Oh my! Confused and overwhelmed by the selection of safer sex supplies available? Why are there so many options? Which one is the best for you? Let Sex Educator, Sales Associate, Julia, break it down for you! From choosing the right condom that allow for more (or less!) sensation, to understanding the difference between silicone, water-based and hybrid formula lubricants, to gloves, finger cots and more— come learn everything you need to know to play safe, feel good and become a safer sex aficionado. Get a little inspiration for the weekend and make safer sex sexy!
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