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The Center for Sexual Pleasure and Health (The CSPH) is a 501(c)3 organization changing the national conversation on sexual health and pleasure. We, like the World Health Organization, define sexual health as not just the absence of disease but the potential for pleasure.  We achieve these goals by working collaboratively with medical and behavioral health professionals to promote medically accurate and affirming information. The CSPH is uniquely qualified to lead this conversation as an organization founded and governed by certified sexuality educators, licensed social workers, and practicing physicians. Since 2009 our interdisciplinary team approach has ensured that our work addresses the physical, emotional, and mental needs that arise within the complex intersections of health and pleasure.  We’re deeply committed to providing quality education and products so every professional can effectively treat patients experiencing sexuality related concerns. The CSPH product list been finely selected to ensure you can simultaneously promote sexual satisfaction and optimal health.

This September marks the fifth anniversary of the CSPH opening its doors to the public and beginning its mission of reducing sexual shame, challenging misinformation, and advancing the field of sexuality. In honor of this milestone and those that have contributed to the field of sexuality before us, The CSPH is hosting “An Affair to Remember” to raise critical funds to continue our work, expand our reach, and further our mission in the years to come.

We invite you to attend this unique fundraising event on Saturday, September 19, 2015 from 6:00-9:00pm at the Fete in Providence (103 Dike Street). An Affair to Remember will feature an art installation entitled “A Place at the Table”, inspired by Judy Chicago’s “The Dinner Plate.” This one night only exhibit, featuring sexuality-themed pieces arranged in dinner plate assemblages, will showcase the work of artists:

Kendra Ashley Rowan
Abigail Wamboldt
Nicole Mazzeo
Matthew Handleman
Dani Sigler
Caroline Michaud
Brittanny Taylor
Jillian Delfino
Sam Jogensen
Angie Shen
Carolyn Jayne
Mindy Tsonas
William Guise
Mer Siomiak
Shannon Reynolds
Erin Basler-Francis
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The exhibit will also feature a timeline honoring significant moments, memories, and people in the history of the field of sexuality.

Join us for an evening of art, entertainment, stellar silent auction items, tasty hors d’oeuvres, signature cocktails, and conversation among friends and supporters.

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