Lesson series

Vino & Vulvas®:
Beer & Buttholes

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We’ve been wanting to do an “All Things Anal” panel for a while… but it kept getting bumped. Apparently we were waiting for the right title and corresponding logo!
We’re going to talk about butt stuff. Lots of it. We’ll talk about everything from the best way to take a poo to medical guidelines for extended butt plug use. We’ll talk about shame surrounding anal joy and we’ll talk about orgasmic bowel movements. Want tips and ideas on how to be able to control your anal muscles to make anal play (and bowel movements) more comfortable? We’ve got your back! And of course, as always, the anonymous Q&A will be in full effect… and I’m expecting possibly the most hilarious Q&A session to date. 
You know you’re curious. Just go with it.

Enjoy! 

Jamie Brazell

Mental Health Professional, AASECT Sex Therapist, Owner of Out of the Woods Therapy

Aleece Fosnight

Founder of the Fosnight Center for Sexual Health, Physician Assistant, AASECT Sex Counselor and Educator

Heather Edwards

Vino & Vulvas founder and host, Sex Counselor & Educator, Pelvic PT

Natasha Noir Nightly

2019 Mx. Blue Ridge Pride, Sex Educator

The mission of Vino & Vulvas® is to invite community between cross-disciplinary sexual health providers and the public, and to create conversation that encompasses the depth of inclusive human sexuality.

What's included?

  • One hour panel discussion
  • 45 minute anonymous Q&A with live audience

Who is this for?

Vino & Vulvas is always open to all genders, ages (18+), orientations, and races. We strive to be as legitimately inclusive as possible. Know that when you come to V&V, we’re trying hard to avoid heteronormative, cis-normative, white supremacist, sex-negative, patriarchal bullshit. 

About Vino & Vulvas®

We provide an open space for talking about challenging topics that are often taboo. We meet in a public venue to get out of the shadows and create an open community where all of us (women, men, genderqueer, trans, gay, straight, bisexual, experienced, newbies, kinky, vanilla, young, mature, all races etc.) can laugh and learn more about our sexual selves. We can start to bridge the gap between sexual healing practices, medical sexual health, and sex therapy. It's sure to be an exciting journey. Get comfy and and enjoy some edgy, inclusive, and informative conversation.
Meet tHE Host!

Jamie Brazell, M.Ed, LMFT, CST (she/her)

Jamie has been consciously thinking about gender and sexuality for many years and is thrilled to offer services as a AASECT certified sex therapist and licensed therapist in her downtown Asheville private practice, Out of the Woods Therapy.
Back in 2002 and in Camden, New Jersey, Jamie began her journey in this field as a certified rape crisis counselor and advocate for survivors of domestic violence. Serving in this role informed many of her decisions around professional development - such as earning a BA in Women’s Studies from Temple University and a M.Ed. in Human Sexuality from Widener University. She later completed clinical training at West Gate Family Therapy in conjunction with earning a second Master’s in Marriage and Family Therapy. 
Jamie has done a lot of things that she’s super proud of in her career, including: writing curricula and facilitating workshops in Boulder, Colorado for LGBTQ ally development, participation in development of a pilot program for sexual abuse prevention for Boulder public schools, serving on the sex education advisory committee for Greenville, SC public schools, teaching sex education to at-risk youth in the upstate of SC, meeting with SC legislators regarding sex ed reform, creating and conducting an assembly for middle school children on the topic of bully awareness, and providing therapeutic counseling services to diverse populations of individuals, couples, and families in mental health agencies in SC and NC. 
In her current private practice, Jamie provides individual or relationship counseling for adults and teens with a specialization of helping clients overcome various sexual issues or concerns that may be causing shame or impacting relationships. For more information, please visit www.outofthewoodstherapy.com. 
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Panelist Bios

Aleece Fosnight, PA-C, CSC, CSE, (she/her)

Aleece Fosnight has been working as a urology physician assistant for the past 5 years in Western North Carolina. She graduated from the University of Kentucky PA Program in 2011 and completed a postgraduate certificate at the University of Michigan in sexual health, as well as is a nationally certified sexual health counselor and educator. Aleece provides comprehensive urologic care to all generations. Her training includes pelvic floor dysfunction, biofeedback, pelvic organ prolapse, pelvic pain, low libido, interstitial cystitis, menopause, female sexual health, low testosterone, erectile dysfunction, and LGBTQ urology care. Aleece and her supervising physician provide bilateral orchiectomies to MtF patients, as well as other trans urology health care. She is the current president for the Association of Physician Assistants in Obstetrics and Gynecology (APAOG) and very active in promoting sexual health awareness to her local community through group sessions and presentations. She has worked closely with the local college as an advocate for sexual assault awareness on college campuses and helped them develop a new protocol for sexual assault prevention and safety. Find out more about Aleece and how to contact her HERE. 

Heather Edwards, PT, Sex Counselor & Educator, Founder of Vino & Vulvas® (she/they)

Heather Edwards, PT, CSC has been a pelvic physical therapist for 16 years and is an AASECT certified Sexuality Counselor as well as a Sex Educator. She achieved her dual certificate at the University of Michigan Sexual Health Certificate Program. She founded Vino & Vulvas in 2015 and it quickly became her favorite thing to do. She presented at the 2018 AASECT conference on the topic of BDSM/Kink and Pelvic Health with the fabulous, Aleece Fosnight, PA-C, CSC, CSE. In January 2019, she co-instructed with Sandra Gallagher a transgender pelvic health course for the American Physical Therapy Association’s Combined Sections Meeting Section on Women’s Health pre-con workshop. She also teams up with Tuesday Feral to teach Transgender & Nonbinary Pelvic Health and Trans-Inclusive, Trauma-Informed, Kink-Aware Sex Counseling nationally with Pelvic Guru. 
Despite all her clinical stuff, really Heather considers herself an artist… and if truth be told, she’d love to just draw fantastical crotch doodles all day. This unusual hobby has led to her creation of her first self-published book, Important Parts: A Coloring Book for the Crotch Enthusiast and has another one in the works! 
To connect with Heather, email [email protected]. To see more about her other projects, check out www.heatheredwardscreations.com. 

Natasha Noir Nightly

Natasha was 2019 Mx. Blue Ridge Pride and performs with Temple Nightshade in Asheville. Natasha is the host of an awesome drag trivia night (when the pandemic is not happening. Natasha also holds a degree in Gender and Sexuality studies from UNCA and has been a very clear crowd favorite on the Vino & Vulvas stage. 
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