NOTE: Online Registration will close TODAY, September 23rd at 4:30pm. Tickets will be available at the door. Thank you!
You're Invited: The San Diego Premiere of the Documentary
Sticky: A (Self) Love Story
Friday, September 23, Doors open at 6:30pm, Film at 7:30pm
One of the most controversial films of this year comes to San Diego. This is the first and only documentary on the world’s most popular taboo: masturbation! The documentary has been featured in New York Magazine, The Daily Beast, Newsweek, The Boston Globe, IndieWire, The Daily Dot, JoBlo, Playboy Radio, Flavorwire, etc.
12400 High Bluff Drive
Del Mar, CA 92130
100% of proceeds benefit Center for Community Solutions and their prevention work in the San Diego community around sexual assault and domestic violence.
Following the film we'll have a discussion with the Los Angeles filmmaker Nicholas Tana and local sexologist & expert in the film, Dr. Jenn Gunsaullus.
All attendees will be entered in a free opportunity drawing for sexy prizes!
We are thankful for the support of our event sponsors, including AMN Healthcare, Sex Positive San Diego, and Dr. Jenn Gunsaullus.
OFFICIAL MOVIE TRAILER: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AxfVS_z1JX4
Everyone does it; few admit it; now there’s a movie about it! “Sticky” talks candidly about what has been referred to throughout history as both a form of self-love and self-abuse. After being shamed as a child by fellow students for admitting that he masturbated, writer/director Nicholas Tana, interviewed over sixty sexologists (including San Diego’s own, Dr. Jenn Gunsaullus!), authors, religious figures, porn stars, and entertainers to understand what’s so wrong with masturbation.
With Surgeon General Dr. Joycelyn Elders, comedian Janeane Garofalo, and, “Hustler” creator, Larry Flynt, “Sticky” answers age-old questions: “Will it make me go blind?”; “Is it “normal”?”; and, “Why are we so afraid to be caught in the act?” The documentary also explores how the world’s major religions disagree about the moral effects of self-pleasuring, and why the sale of sex toys is illegal in Alabama.
When confusion about sexuality remains at the root of so many societal problems – rape, sexual abuse, and the threat of STD's –STICKY pulls no punches in exploring a subject that touches us all.