Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Sequel* to How to Lose Your Virginity and Other News

Out of everything I've accomplished with Finding My Virginity, being a part of the amazing documentary How to Lose Your Virginity is my second-best achievement. (Supporting survivors of sexual assault and giving them a safe space to talk is my best achievement).

And so much exciting stuff will be happening in the next few days with it!!!!

"How To Lose Your Virginity" Trailer from Trixie Films on Vimeo.

If you live in New York, you're invited to a special screening of How to Lose Your Virginity, co-sponsored by Hostos Community College, Planned Parenthood of NYC, and YWCA of Brooklyn. 
When: Friday, September 12th, 6pm
Where: Hostos Community College
120 E. 149th Street, D-Bldg Savoy
2nd Floor, Multi-Purpose Room
Bronx, NY 10451
What: Film Screening and Discussion with Therese Shechter herself!
Who: Anyone is AWESOME

If you don't live in New York, don't get too sad. EVERYONE has a chance to watch the documentary AND an awesome panel discussion featuring your favorite (former) virgin on Sunday!

Fusion is airing an encore of "Documental" featuring How to Lose Your Virginity with a panel discussion featuring Therese, Ellen, and me! Find out more information here.

Rumor has it, both of these screenings will include a trailer for the documentary's sequel,* Belle & Beau Lose Their Virginity. So you definitely don't want to miss that! Check out the movie poster below!

But if you don't get the Fusion Network, and you don't live in New York, you now have the opportunity to buy a DVD copy of How to Lose Your Virginity. Host your own screening party! Eat cherries! Play Virgin Myths trivia, and see what myths still need popping. Try out the virginity tests demonstrated in the documentary. So many ideas! Beau and I actually own two DVD copies. That's how much we love Therese and her documentary.

*Joke. Obviously a joke.


  1. This trailer looks really interesting!

  2. this looks so good!!! i hope i'm able to see it somewhere. miss ya, btw! hugs!

  3. I would definitely watch that documentary. Such a fascinating topic!


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