Vendor Spotlight: Gina’s Gadgets

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Look for Gina’s Gadgets at the CTCW conference this year in the Vendor Village (row of folks selling out of the privacy of their rooms.  You can also check them out before November with the links below. Gina offers Romance items, as well as spa massage,  hair and skin care products, and even job opportunity.

Contact her for parties.

Athena’s Home Novelties

20 years of Educating, Empowering, and Entertaining.

20 years ago we named our company after Athena, the Greek Goddess of Wisdom. For two decades Athena’s Home Novelties has provided thousands upon thousands of people across America with the education and the tools to create a more satisfying relationship with their lovers and themselves.

Our company mission has always been to provide a safe, inclusive and comfortable space for people to learn about self care and better sex.

You will be pleasantly surprised by the knowledge you will gain through the tasteful explanation of the items in the catalog. This is a unique opportunity to taste, touch and feel products before purchasing them. And of course, there is the priceless time spent with your friends that makes the Athena’s party unforgettable.

If you are in search of a mutually rewarding, loving, sexual relationship, we are here to help. Our Goddesses and Adoni are dedicated to improving the quality of your love life. They have been trained to provide caring, confidential service as you explore new and exciting intimate possibilities.

Thank you for coming!


Like No Party On Earth Heavenly Goddess Catalog

Classy Never Trashy Adult Novelties 18 + Athena’s Catalog

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Athenas 20 years of Empowering  Bra Raffle

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Panel Highlight: Sex and Gender Panel

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Join us in the atrium for panels. Panels are where we get to talk to others who may approach spiritual and metaphysical topics from another perspective. We hope to bring together those with valuable information and ideas to compare notes, experiences, and make each other aware of what people approaching the same problem from another direction have learned. We don’t expect to get agreement or even consensus , but to challenge each other with new thoughts and approaches. Held in the atrium, we try for discussions you would expect at an informal social gathering with mixed participants. Audience participation is vital, please ask questions and share your perspectives!

Sex and Gender in Ritual Panel

Do sex and or gender have a place it determining who may participate in a ritual? Historically, it often has done, but in the modern world, we are more careful to be sure that any restrictions are based on something more than what we are used to doing. We’ll discuss real and imposed differences sex and gender may have on ritual as well as spiritual or magickal practices.

Male and Female can represent two sides of dualistic forces in the world, creating natural balances and complementing each other. In polytheistic cultures it is often considered natural to have priest for gods and priestesses for women, but when dealing with modern GLBT issues, is imposition of birth gender any more valid than suggesting that the gods may not call to someone born far distant from where they were traditionally worshiped?  And there is the observation that powerful shaman often embrace “Two Natures” (and if it can be an advantage, is it necessarily a requirement?).

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