Center sex culture
A farewell party tonight will be the final event at this CSC location, and there are no current plans for the Center to move into a new space. Hoodline reported in that the landlord moved to triple the rent on the Mission Street and Grace Alley space, but eventually agreed to a more modest rent increase. The writing has been on the wall. According to Queen, the Center will be more of a digital institution, at least for the near term. Queen says, adding there will be performances too. And if anybody writes a check, I will happily take it and thank them lavishly.
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Hello, lovely people! Your contributions for this purpose will be deductible and will help Margo's friends create a farewell event worthy of her. CSC is so proud to be able to support this mission. If you want more information about Margo, visit here. Thank you for visiting! Our physical space closed early in due to expanding rental costs, and most of our library and archival materials went to other institutions, but we continue our mission via sponsorships, online events, pop-ups, and publishing.
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A blow has been dealt to San Francisco, and we are positive that we did not give our consent. The Center, for those who knew it in one or all of its pop-up or four brick and mortar incarnations since , was some kind of high water cultural mark for human sexuality. Founded by partners Drs.
The historic nonprofit that served as a central meeting space for the sex-positive community in San Francisco no longer has a physical home, as rising rents have forced the center to shutter, according to its co-founder. Those just passing by the little yellow building at Mission Street may not have known what was going on the other side of the walls. Throughout the last 20 years, the Center for Sex and Culture took many forms. It was, at once, a gallery, an archive, a library, and an event space. Events like rope bondage classes, masturbate-a-thons, and a reading series that dated back to the mids were just small slivers of its eclectic calendar.