You can reach Dixie De La Tour, the show’s producer and curator, at
What people are saying:
“Why did it take me this long to finally attend Bawdy? I heard from many it was fun, but I wasn't prepared for extreme radness. What a thing!”@NiferCritter on Twitter“It's true — @Bawdy events have become the monthly conference for smart, sex-positive people in the SF area.”@BenjyFeen on Twitter“I don't think I've laughed or clapped as hard or as often at any other event.”“Bawdy Storytelling, Thank you for giving people a space to share, laugh, love, learn, and commune. You're wonderful!”@SFSI (San Francisco Sex Information) on Twitter“There are eight million stories in any Naked City and every month, Dixie De La Tour presents half a dozen or so at her celebrated salon. She pulls back the black leather eyeshade on kinks, fetishes, perverts, lovers, and everyone who ever looked down a waitress's blouse as she poured you a second cup. Dixie doesn't just want the gory details, she wants the full-on overshare. With audio visual accompaniment, if you got it. Be loud like you're in a pay-by-the-hour motel and you registered as George and Laura Bush.”
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About Dixie De La Tour
Dixie founded San Francisco’s ‘blue personal narrative’ movement almost five years ago in a Burning Man warehouse. The off-color nature of her life was at odds with her diehard love of storytelling until she decided to create Bawdy Storytelling, a place for other people with poor self-control to share their antics, too.