“Shame dies when stories are told in safe spaces”.  Ann Voskamp

so.. what’s your story?

Welcome to cum.what.may, a vibrant and inclusive non-profit community rewriting the narrative around sex.

Welcome to cum.what.may

Led by a group of experienced Sex Educators, Facilitators and Practitioners, our mission is to create safe, inclusive and free-to-access spaces for people to: 

  • explore their sexuality and find their true expression
  •  combat sexual shame
  • destigmatise “radical” and “taboo” subjects
  • have open, honest and vulnerable conversations about sex, and
  • have a mind, body and soul connection to sex

MEET THE CUM.WHAT.MAY TEAM

WHAT WE DO

Since conception in March 2022, we have held over 100 events for our community. These include online and in-person events. As part of our offering we also have a free online platform which hosts educational content from thought-leaders within the sexuality space.

Our sharing Circles are our staple community event. These take place every Tuesday fortnight mixing between Men, Women and Mixed containers. These are, and will always be, free-to-access.

A place for parents to gather monthly and share about the challenges and celebrations of communicating with their children about sex. Get in touch for more information

YOUTH FORUM

A place for young people to gather and share their experiences about sex within a supportive peer group. Workshops, Education, Masterclasses, Embodiment Practices and Meditation

Upcoming Cum.What.May Events

WHY DO WE DO WHAT WE DO?

For the individual:

Increasing your awareness and strengthening the connection to your beliefs, actions, and behaviors in your sexual experiences can enhance the quality of your intimate life. Cultivating a deeper and more fulfilling sexual connection contributes to a happier and healthier overall lifestyle. This heightened presence and empowerment positively impact various aspects of your well-being.

For Society: 

We believe we are in an unprecedented battle for our Sexuality! Don’t believe us? Check the stats below: 

 

SEX & SHAME

JOIN THE CONVERSATION

24/7 support

online resources

monthly circles

one to one support

“Throughout my career as school-leader I have witnessed the harmful impact of pornography on young people. I will never forget the girl who told me about her first kiss with her boyfriend, aged 12, who strangled her. He had seen it in pornography and thought it normal,”
Dame Rachel De Souza