Inlaws & Outlaws


Inlaws & Outlaws at CSPC Seattle

Inlaws & Outlaws returns to Seattle with a screening at the Center for Sex Positive Culture on Friday, November 30th at 8:00pm. Tickets cost $10 and doors open at 7:30pm.

The screening will take place in The Annex (see below for directions)

Come and meet director, Drew Emery for a Q&A following the showing.

The Center for Sex Positive Culture is a non-profit, membership-based community, established in 1999 in a bold attempt to create an environment that was accommodating to sex positive communities and transformative in all areas of human sexuality.

All events at the CSPC, whether of an educational, support, or social nature, are for the purpose of creating a safe and enriching space for those who are part of modern sex-positive culture. All of the CSPC social events, most of which are preceded by workshops or discussion groups, give members an opportunity to put into practice the skills and theories presented by our various educators and leaders. Our events also give our many volunteers valuable experience that can be taken outside of the community center and put into use in the greater community.

More information click here.

The Center for Sex Positive Culture (formerly known as The Wet Spot) is located at 1602 15th Ave. West, at the corner of 15th Ave. West and West Garfield Street, next to the Magnolia bridge, in the Interbay neighborhood of Seattle. It is a one-story, wheelchair-accessible building, painted white (blue trim) with blue "spot" painted on the front.

The Annex is located next door at 1608 15th Ave. West, in the brown building connected to our main building. You enter the Annex on 15th.


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