Exploring Female Sexuality: A Self-Discovery Workshop for Women

Join us for an open discussion as we examine what female orgasm really is, the different kinds, and how orgasm changes throughout one’s life. We will review the female anatomy of pleasure, discuss how little-understood features of these anatomical structures can enhance pleasure, and view rare footage from a clinical research laboratory of the physiology of orgasm. We will review the facts and dispel the myths about orgasm, and we will discuss the lifelong health benefits of sexual activity. Instructor: Anita Hoffer



Start Date

March 26, 2020









Thursday, 5:30-7:30pm. March 26.

Instructors: Anita P. Hoffer


Anita P. Hoffer

PhD, Ed.D.

Dr. Hoffer worked at Harvard Medical School for over 25 years, where she served as an Associate Professor and Director of Research in Urology at the Brigham and Women's Hospital; and then in the bio-pharmaceutical industry on women's health subjects. Her workshops address older women's sexual concerns and sexual literacy; she teaches health care providers about the special needs of this population and educates lay audiences on female sexuality and aging. Dr. Hoffer also does sexual coaching. Her degrees are in reproductive biology, sexology and sexuality education. She is a Planned Parenthood volunteer and member of AASECT, SSSS, SSTAR and ARHP.