Art As Activism

Welcome to the Pleasure Parade!

Can art be activism? Absolutely. The “Pleasure Parade” is our activism space, to explore sex, intimacy and relationship beyond the fiction of Here She Comes.

Watch revelatory interviews with sexperts and visionaries leading the way towards a more pleasurable future. Until we can film Here She Comes, we are on a pleasure tour to collaborate and connect with sex positive pioneers, artists, and TV/Film industry professionals across the country.

Scroll down and envision the possibilities with us and the leaders of the next sexual revolution! 

THE LATEST INTERVIEW

Celeste & Danielle : On Producing Here She Comes


Somatica Institute Co-Founders, Danielle Harel, PhD, and Celeste Hirschman, MA share their visions for the series as a groundbreaking gateway to sexual liberation. The main characters, Emma and Rene, are powerful business partners, inspired by Celeste and Danielle, who transform the erotic lives of the people around them, by using practices from the Somatica Method.

Interviews with the Pleasure Parade

Choose a Speaker to Imagine Sexual Revolution with.

Miranda Rae Mayo

Miranda Rae Mayo

Catherine Curtin, American Actress

Catherine Curtin

Marla Renee Stewart and Tia Marie Mosley

Marla Renee Stewart & Tia Marie Mosley

Beatrice Stonebanks

Z Starr

Z Starr

Spiritchild

Spirtchild

Pleasure Parade in the Pilot Episode

The art as activism wing of Here She Comes is called the “Pleasure Parade”, in honor of a climactic scene in the pilot Episode, in which our erotic superheroes, Emma and Rene, respond to an onslaught of public misogynistic attacks by hosting a pleasure festival. The Pleasure Parade gathers together people of various sexual identities, body types, and sexual orientations to celebrate all bodies and their ability to bring us pleasure.