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Dark Matter X FANE Presents
Let's Talk About Sex

Dark Matter X FANE Presents

Let’s talk about it! Join a dynamic panel of three progressive and inspiring writers, Charlene Douglas, Sareeta Domingo and Jackson King, as they delve into everything you have ever wanted to discuss about sex. 

Ready to delve into relationship dynamics and explore how we communicate about our desires? Ever wished for better tools to spice up your sex life? Hosted by the author of Feeling Myself, podcast and content creator, Alexis Natalie Lee, this panel will unravel the secrets to deeper connections, improved communication, and reducing stigma and shame for more fulfilling love lives.

The event will feature readings from the panel, with an opportunity to ask your own burning questions and the chance to get your books signed.  

Continue your evening in the foyer of Brixton House, with a live DJ set by The Shejay. Round Table Books will be on hand to sell copies of our panel’s books and they will be signing too! 

Don’t miss this exclusive event for sexual enlightenment and liberation.

Charlene Douglas is a psychodynamic and psychosexual therapist best known as an expert on E4’s Married at First Sight UK and Channel 4's award winning series Jon and Lucy's Odd Couples. Her private practice, The Intimacy Coach UK, supports couples and individuals in their relationships. Charlene also leads friendly and empowering group workshops and has set up a Facebook Group for women. Charlene’s latest book Come Closer: Everything You Ever Wanted to Ask a S*x and Relationship Therapist is out in June 2024. 

Alexis Natalie Lee is a content creator, author, podcast host and public speaker with a lifelong mission to learn and grow. Having started her blog Style Me Sunday in July 2012, over the last decade it has grown from a blog to a brand, and now reaches women across various different mediums. She released her debut book, Feeling Myself in 2022 - a modern manifesto and memoir on sex and shame.  

Sareeta Domingo is the author of The Three of Us, and creator, editor and contributing writer of romantic fiction anthology, Who’s Loving You. Her novel If I Don't Have You was shortlisted for the Diverse Book Awards 2021. She has contributed to publications including, iNews, gal-dem, Black Ballad, Stylist and Token Magazine. She has appeared on BBC Woman's Hour and Sky Arts Book Club, among others. 

Jackson King is a writer and journalist. As a Bajan-Jamaican, a trans man, a bisexual, and a BDSM practitioner born in ‘babylon’ (Britain), his work aims to both build and destroy. Whether penning a personal essay, political commentary, or the erotic, he seeks to provoke more pleasurable, liberated worlds into being. King’s work has appeared across the BBC, The Guardian, The iPaper, PinkNews, Metro, Dope Black Queers, Gender Reveal and more. 

Brixton House, London