"One of the best workshops I've ever attended." L.K., Long Island.
"I left here very different from how I walked in. I feel a lot more confident and like that feeling." D.R., Brooklyn.
"There is a lot I need to work on, but I feel that I learned a lot here." J. S., Manhattan.
"I liked the warmth and friendliness of this." R.W. New Jersey.
After the success of last January's Manly Art of Seduction Workshop, Jerry Kajpust, M.A. and author Perry Brass present another workshop to enable men to meet each other and work on their own intimacy skills. Tired of rejection, fear, and frustration? The Manly Art of Seduction Workshop enables you to use the skills of seduction and communication to meet men, encourage intimacy, and find emotional and sexual fulfillment. Find the authentic power within you to unlock your very real sense of valor, worth, and confidence. Stop fearing rejection and learn how to solve conflicts that destroy relationships, new or old.
$15 in advance, $20 at the door.
This workshop is based on The Manly Art of Intimacy, How to Meet, Talk to, and Become Intimate with Anyone, (Belhue Press, $16.95) by Perry Brass. You do not need to read the book before the workshop, but it is available for sale at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and community bookstores everywhere. The workshop leaders recommend Rainbows and Triangles, 192 Eight Avenue, at 20th Street in Chelsea (212 627-2166) as a good place to purchase the book, since it is part of our community.
Note: All workshop participants are eligible for a free 20-minute phone counseling with Jerry and/or Perry after the workshop.
For more information—Perry Brass: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jerry Kajpust: email@example.com
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Belhue Press & Productions
Belhue Press and Productions, Perry Brass, and Jerry Kajpust have been involved in the lives and well-being of gay men and lesbians for many years. Perry Brass's book How to Survive Your Own Gay Life (Belhue Press, 1999) has become a key for gay identity, relationships, culture, and happiness. Perry, a long-time gay activist, was one of the original founders of the Gay Men's Health Project Clinic (1973), which still operates as the Callen-Lourde Community Health Clinic. Jerry has worked with gay men as a workshop and group leader for many years in Los Angeles and New York. He is currently on the professional staff of Leslie-Lohman Gay Art Foundation.