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Kama Stories: Share & Tell (free event!)

Friday March 26
Join us on Zoom: 7:30 PM- 9:00 PM
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With Chloe & Gemma & Zoë

March 26
Kama Stories: Share & Tell (free event!)
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Kama's free monthly conversation curated around the topics of sex, pleasure, intimacy, relationships, and love – special guest TBA!

About this Event

Last month, 100 people joined us from all over the world to talk about sex and relationships on Zoom. We were blessed by Erica/Josie, Tugce, Joy, Sydney, and more for opening up to a screen full of complete, total strangers and trusting us to make this a safe space for everyone.

This month will be no different – although we have a few more amazing people lined up than usual. Joining Chloe (Founder & CEO of Kama) on 26th March is Gemma Rolls-Bentley (Curatorial Director at Artsy and ex-Columnist/Curator at Gay Times), as well as Zoë Marden (multidisciplinary artist and member of queer performance collective CAMPerVAN).

Join us for FREE as we discuss everything from queer identity, female pleasure, intimacy in art, and answer all of your questions around sexuality.

Event Information

This Share & Tell is LIVE ONLY and the recording will NOT be publically shared. It is an open conversation for all bodies. Cameras are optional.

You can find the link to join our Zoom Meeting in your Eventbrite ticket confirmation by clicking on the orange "View the event" button.

About Gemma

Gemma Rolls-Bentley is a curator, writer, lecturer and business leader working across a variety of contexts, from technology and the art market to the charitable sector and public institutions. Gemma is the Curatorial Director and regular editorial contributor at the leading online art platform Artsy. She is also a visiting lecturer at the Royal College of Art and an advisor to early-stage startups and cultural projects.

Gemma is co-chair of the board of trustees for the new charity Queercircle which aims to support art, culture, health and well-being in the LGBTQ+ community, and she was a trustee of SE London art festival Deptford X from 2014 - 2017. Over the past 15 years, Gemma has delivered projects exploring the cultural representation of queer identity and gender equality for organisations including Gay Times, the National Portrait Gallery, WOW Festival, Somerset House, Daata Editions, Soho House Group and the Fawcett Society. She is also an advocate for queer families and often speaks publicly about her experience since becoming a parent in 2019. 

About Zoë

Zoë Marden is an artist, curator and writer. She grew up in Hong Kong and is currently based in London. She works with performance, video, text, sound, sculpture and installation to create alternate worlds and speculative futures. Her work is research-based and is concerned with where intersectional feminism overlaps with the post-colonial. Her intimate performances play with the voice, activating soundscapes of desire and vulnerability, while recent projects have investigated the mythologies of witches and mermaids and their resonance within contemporary culture. Zoë is part of the CAMPerVAN collective with Samuel Doeuk and Fiontán Moran, in which they investigate the queering of spaces through performance.

Recent performances and exhibitions include: FUTURELESS, Somos, Berlin (2020); So Remember the Liquid Ground, Gasworks, London (2020); Gaze to the UNKNOWN, Mimosa House, London (2019); AMY/YMA, Serpentine Gallery, London (2019); Unbothered + Moisturised, Eaton Workshop, Hong Kong (2019); Equinox Light Cure, Exposed Arts, London (2019); CAMPerVAN Presents: The Trio, q|Lab, Milan (2017); Manifesta 11, Cabaret Voltaire, Zurich (2016).

March for Pleasure with Kama

This March, Kama is celebrating International Women’s Month, an annual declaration towards equality and a gender-equal world.

In our mission to help people discover their deepest pleasures, we still hear so much about the inequalities in sexuality – that so many of us still feel shame and stress around sex is not by coincidence. Not only do we want to acknowledge the world’s gender gap, but we also recognize the ever-persistent pleasure gap.

When nearly 3 out of 4 women experience pain during intercourse at some point in their lives, we want to help women to reclaim sex and pleasure as well as those who are partners, friends, and family to women. Intimacy is unique to each and every one of us, which is why we are diving deeper into those polarities between feminine and masculine, in hopes that we can all find our own places in the boundless spectrum of sexuality.

By reframing this month’s programming around self-love, healing, and authentic expressions of desire, Kama will guide you along a journey of indulgence within your own body to gain a better understanding of pleasure. We hope you will join us in closing this pleasure gap and forging a more orgasmic, inclusive world.

Contact Kama

Everything we do at Kama is rooted in education, accessibility, and awareness. For all event-related queries, please email

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7:30 PM 9:00 PM
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