Author Archives: Tuppy Owens

Outsiders Trust publishes for health and social care professionals worldwide

This project is to allow those who support disabled people with their sexual lives to see what others are doing around the world, and join together for mutual support. Many health and social care professionals working to help their disabled clients in this way feel quite isolated and unsupported – so this will provide them with opportunities to find other people to start local groups and enjoy group discussions online.

Some amazing pioneers are already featured on the website and we will be collecting many more in the next 6 months, launching the website in London in October.

Outsiders members enjoying online group chats

All of a sudden, the club has burst into action with our new Group Chats – discussions about everything from Self Improvement (lots of wonderful peer support going on there) to the Asperger’s and/or OCD, Everything Kinky to the local Social Group Chats. The latter provide a way for those who live in and near each other to discuss how they would like to meet each other and those left alone at Christmas, for example, can keep each other company. We hope these local groups will blossom all over the UK and, indeed the world, Our Asperger’s and/or OCD Group is run by a woman in Canada.

Outsiders’ Jamboree Presented by Mikey Argy MBE

The Jamboree is the Outsiders annual event to attract new members and for everybody to have fun. The date is Monday 6th June 2016.  We will have a Tactile Fashion Show with a bind members enjoying the sensation of touching the model’s outfits which are all lovely or funny to feel – silk, velvet, rope or bubblewrap. Members and volunteers model the clothing. We also have comedy, with Romina Puma, Snail Racing (where competitors around bound in cling film and race, tummy down on a slippery plastic mat.

We also have debates and this year the topic will be ‘If you are always trying to be normal, you will never know how amazing you can be.‘ – Maya Angelou.

Sunny Snake Boy will be performing a belly dance and Stacey Clare will be doing a sensual dance.

Lunch and tea is available to purchase and there is a bar. Entrance is free and anybody can come along. We will have a collection as Outsiders is unfunded.

Earl Haig Hall 18 Elder Ave, Crouch End, London N8 9TH on Monday 6th June, 2pm to 6pm
This matinée mini-ball is one of those events, with fun activities to get everyone mingling. ‘ Time Out

Some Outsiders Jamboree Photos


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Barrow Gurney Xmas Fair donating to Outsiderss

We are delighted that half the proceeds of this Christmas Fair will be donated to us, the first time this has ever happened! We have watched donors at a disability fair (Disability Awareness Day) put money into the collecting tins of the wealthy Leonard Cheshire Disability, but passing us by, because they are known and established and we are established but, as yet, unknown. Let’s hope this will be the start of financial stability and perhaps donations big enough to pay someone to take over from our ageing founder, Dr Tuppy Owens.