• A Feast for the Senses: A Sensual Evening to Support Bad Subject

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A Feast for the Senses: A Sensual Evening to Support Bad Subject

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A Feast for the Senses is an evening to celebrate the essence of sensuality in its many forms.

For taste & scent, our evening begins with a wine tasting. We’ve partnered with a sommelier to pair three wine selections with our best-selling flavored lubes. Hot Shot Erotic Chocolate will also be offering a decadent selection of Belgian chocolates.

For sound, you’re invited to stay for musical performances by Toronto’s own Little Coyote and Evie Wilder.

For sight, Sexual Fruit artist Marijke Bouchier will be doing an art demo throughout the evening. This is a rare opportunity to witness the process an artist undertakes to create an original painting. Marijke’s generously offered to raffle off this work, with all proceeds to Bad Subject.

To satisfy your need for touch, The Nookie’s open for sales throughout the evening and offering a 15% off storewide discount. We’re also raffling off a luxury gift basket courtesy of BMS enterprises.

All proceeds from this con(sensual) evening benefit Bad Subject and LOVE Ontario. Early bird tickets are $20 before May 12 and $25 after and include three wine pairings and two musical artists. (You’re welcome to come for all or just a portion of the evening.) There will be a cash bar.


On Saturday, May 25

Doors: 7:30 pm
Wine & Lube Pairing: 8:00pm-9:00pm

Music: 9:00 -10:30pm


We invite singles, couples, and groups of all genders and sexual orientations to attend. Feel free to wear whatever makes you most excited to explore sensuality, whether that be casual street clothes or your favourite lingerie. (Nudity is not permitted.) We regret that The Nookie is not wheelchair accessible.

About Bad Subject:

Bad Subject is an educational initiative that offers interactive consent workshops for students, staff teams, and service providers. All of their workshops are FREE for schools & can be adjusted to any age group or specific need.

Bad Subject’s activity and discussion-based approach is practical and offers participants tools and skills for practicing better consent in all aspects of their lives. This amazing organization fosters a safe space for curiosity, questions, and personal responsibility while avoiding shame, blame, and threats.


About Little Coyote:

Little Coyote (aka Teagan Johnston) is a Toronto-based alternative pop artist. She released her first album The Trouble with Teeth in October 2017 with the support of EggHunt Records and is now working on her next record with producer Erin Tonkon, who’s known for her work with Tony Visconti and David Bowie.

Little Coyote weaves intricately dynamic songs using her lyrical abilities in combination with detailed piano parts to create a vast space in music in which she attempts to explore human darkness and the fabric of dreams. The 23-year-old has gained attention from news outlets such as Noisey and Pop Matters. She also recently completed her first European tour, which included a show at David Lynch’s private Paris night club “Silencio” last fall.


About Evie Wilder:

Evie Wilder is a Toronto-based independent singer-songwriter. She uses her talents of prose and emotive singing to tell stories of her personal journey. Often her lyrics are dark, heartbreaking or promiscuous, and sometimes it's all of the above mixed together. Evie recognizes the truth in needing the lows to appreciate the highs, and by bringing it to the forefront of her music, she encourages her audience to embrace and appreciate them both.

While her recordings showcase a multi-instrument sound, her live performances are typically stripped back to just her and a piano, creating an intimate feeling with the audience. Evie’s been compared to Lana Del Rey, Sarah McLachlan, Adele, and Sara Bareilles


About Marijke Bouchier:

Marijke Bouchier is an illustrator and interdisciplinary artist, originally from New Zealand, now based in Toronto. Amongst her catalogue of works is Sexual Fruit, a project that celebrates sexuality, desire, and inclusiveness.

While addressing sexuality, especially female sexuality, may be an uncomfortable subject, that very discomfort is what makes this project, and the larger conversation it’s part of, so important. These works, though light, colorful, and playful in nature, are an earnest attempt to normalize female sexuality and include women in a larger discussion around sexuality, sexual agency, and desire.


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