February 2, 2020: Peggy Orenstein and Madeleine Brand on Boys and Sex

Sunday, February 2, 2020, 2:00pm. Buy tickets here. At Ahrya Fine Arts by Laemmle 8556 Wilshire Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA 90211.Just west of La Cienega. We suggest ride-sharing, carpools and looking at parking signs in the area. Limited metered parking is available. A suggested parking lot is at the La Cienega Tennis Center, 325 S. La Cienega Blvd., Beverly Hills, a 10-minute walk to the theater.

Ticket: $20 One General Admission Ticket

Really Special Deal! $41 One General Admission ticket PLUS one copy of Peggy Orenstein’s new book

Your ticket(s) will be mailed to you by Brown Paper Tickets. Please note that tickets are non-refundable.

Peggy Orenstein launched a public conversation about girls and sexuality with the publication of her groundbreaking book, Girls & Sex. She covered the mixed messages of social media, the impact of porn, of hookup culture, and more.  Where are the boys in the conversation?  In her new book, Boys & Sex, Orenstein takes on the question of “the new masculinity,” in which the terrain has been altered in recent years. She interviews young men and boys about porn as sex education, about love, intimacy, and questions of toxic masculinity and consent.  How do boys navigate the new terrain of intimacy, and become better men? 

We encourage parents to bring their teenagers to this event.  Teenagers will be admitted at no cost. Please email reservations@writersblocpresents.com for free tickets.

In conversation with Madeleine Brand, host of KCRW’s Press Play.

ALL BOOKS MUST BE PICKED UP AT THE EVENT. WE DO NOT MAIL OR HOLD BOOKS.

If you selected printed tickets, your ticket(s) will be mailed to the shipping address you listed. If you do not receive your ticket(s) in the mail, please contact Brown Paper Tickets at support@brownpapertickets.com. We can only refund orders if there has been a significant change made to an event, and we have announced that refunds are available. We cannot offer any refunds or exchanges due to location change, scheduling conflicts, illness or other personal issues.