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Let's do this thing, Bay Area! We now need 24 more RSVPs by Monday to make this screening happen.

Thanks to you lovely people, we got 9 more ticket reservations in just one day. We only need 24 more by Monday, so let's make it happen!

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We need 33 more RSVPs to make this screening happen!


Join us on
May 18 in
San Francisco:
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How To Lose Your Virginity is coming to the Bay Area for one entertaining, eye-opening, and thought-provoking screening. Join Director Therese Shechter and Producer Lisa Esselstein for a Q&A and some pre- and post-screening events.

Because this is a Tugg screening, we have to sell 33 more tickets in the next 6 days for the event to happen. Reserve your ticket today* and tell all your friends in the Bay Area to join us as well (use the handy social media links below). 

It's going to be a great night for parents, teens, and all our friends–and there's sure to be great conversation (there always is!).

See you there,
Therese & Lisa & Team Trixie Films

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San Francisco, Portland and Seattle: Join us for our West Coast screening tour this May!

Hey friends! We hope to see you at one of our West Coast one-night-stands. We need to get your RSVPs this week for each event to go forward, so if you'd like to join us, please click on the ticket links below right away!

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San Francisco Tickets 5/18
Portland Tickets 5/21
Seattle Tickets 5/26

 


It's our One-Night-Stand
West Coast Screening Tour!


Join us for these events:

May 18
San Francisco
May 21
Portland PREMIERE!
May 26
Seattle PREMIERE! 

How To Lose Your Virginity is coming to the West Coast this May, with Premieres in Portland and Seattle and a return visit to the Bay Area!

Director Therese Shechter will be there for all three screenings. She'll be joined by Producer Lisa Esselstein in San Francisco, and Editor Dina Guttmann & other special guests in Seattle. We're thrilled that community engagement pros A Fourth Act will be hosting the Portland screening. And we'll have fun pre- and post-screening events in each city.

We have to sell 67 advanced tickets to each screening to make these events happen. Reserve your tickets now–and invite your friends!

 
See you there!
Therese & Lisa & Team Trixie Films

 
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V-Card Diaries: The Shadow "She was much older than I was. It was a Mrs Robinson situation."

Today we're highlighting The Shadow in the San Francisco Bay Area. There was a lot of pressure not to be a virgin at his all boys' school, so he was glad to lose his virginity at a pool party. If you want to tell your story, go to our submission form. You can find all our V-Card Diaries here. A little about myself:

I am a 48-year-old straight male living in the San Francisco Bay Area.

How I define virginity:

I would define losing one's virginity as vaginal or anal penetration.

Here's my story:

I was 16 years old, and went to a pool party at a friend of my father's in Palo Alto, CA. I drank there, and ended up spending the night with her. She was much older than I was; it was a Mrs Robinson situation...like from the movie The Graduate, but I was relieved and glad that it was finally over. I went to all boys' school, and there was a lot of pressure to not be a virgin.