Let’s get together and talk about sex...

Incredible things happen when women get together to talk about sex. When we share our stories in community with one another, we learn our experiences are normal and we feel empowered and inspired to try new things.

I want this for EVERY woman.

If this sounds like something you want for yourself, I have two options for you:

1) Host your own Down To There™ circle for your friends in your own home. I provide support and content for the meetings for free. No strings attached or expertise required other than the desire to bravely ask your friends if they want to talk about sex openly and honestly. Email me at pam@downtothere.com and I’ll send you the necessary materials to get started.

2) Join a monthly virtual Down To There™ circle with like-minded women from around the world. These meetings will start in early 2019, and have a nominal fee to ensure access to anyone who wants to join. Sign up for the waitlist using the form below.

Still not sure if a Down To There™ circle is for you? Read what others have to say about the experience:

“I now feel more balanced and sexually tuned in. It has opened the door to classes, toys, books, conversations, and education to outlets it would have taken me years to explore and discover.”

“Best thing that has come out of this for me is that we talk about what we want. It is almost like I have the vocabulary and the permission to do that now. Our relationship was always strong, but now it is getting stronger sexually as well. It makes us a better couple. We are nicer to each other, and we are more united as a couple.”

“I’m friends with my body again, my partner and I are finally having regular sex again, and I’m even starting to enjoy it again! Being able to talk to other women who have experienced similar problems in their sex lives and relationships (especially with the addition of kids) has really made a big difference.”

“I love that this is a group of awesome, strong, and interesting women who create a safe space to explore tough/taboo topics with respect, humor, and openness. I love that no topic is off-limits and all kinds of discussions about sex and intimacy are normalized and healthy.”