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Valentine’s Day can bring its share of disappointment and frustration for #PowerCouples and hardened singles alike who have others’ romantic bliss and happiness shoved down their throats. Grrr!
Driven by the idea that we probably put too much pressure on ourselves during this cinnamon-scented celebration, Saint-Valencul presented itself as an anti-party nudging guests towards forming authentic connections with others and indulging in a little self-care (and self-love). Valentine’s Day is dead; long live Saint-Valencul!
The event, which took place at a Mile-End warehouse in the form of a happy hour, was complemented with two interactive installations.
An in-vivo social lab, Saint-Valencul embodied Club Sexu’s desire to create festive social gatherings punctuated by interactive works. Both relaxing and engaging, the evening raised awareness, invited reflections, and fostered discussions around sexual risk-taking and communicating one’s sexual needs, desires, and boundaries, to name just a few topics of discussion. At the Club, we enjoy parties that make hearts and minds grow.
For the occasion, a helpline was made available to the party-goers with the goal of creating a safer space. If someone felt uncomfortable with a given content or situation, they could call or text the number provided to speak to a counsellor.