Eleanor Conway: Pleasure Gap
  • Brighton Fringe

Following her first US tour and millions of views over lockdown for her blunt takes on dating and being a child free badass, this award-winning stand-up is back with a sex positive, high energy banger. In a world where women in heterosexual relationships still do the bulk of housework and childcare yet orgasm the least during sex - Conway asks are we really that far along in the fight for gender equality? Who really benefits from marriage and babies? And how can straight women finally negotiate equal pleasure in the bedroom?Conway is an internationally touring comedian that does hilarious shows about sex, addiction & dating. Shes sold out multiple Edinburgh Festival runs with self produced shows Walk of Shame & You May Recognise Me From Tinder. You may also recognise her from The Guardian, Womans Hour, Stylist, Grazia & BBC 4 Extra. "A champion for anyone thats chased orgasms" (Broadway Baby)This event was previously listed under the title 'Eleanor Conway: Vaxxed and Waxxed'

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