Everyone enjoyed the 35th Anniversary of the Outsiders at Finch’s in Finsbury Square — the staff were really helpful, our space was a bigger and brighter, they don’t have the television on, and the food amazing. So we are going to switch from their sister pub, Paternoster. There is an underground car park opposite, and it’s 4 minutes from Old Street tube, 6 minutes from Moorgate, and a bit further from Liverpool Street. We will put the details of transport and details up on this site (See Club – Events).
We are highly encouraged by this news as we need help for our project to enable disabled people who are unable to masturbate to pleasure themselves whenever they like, for example in the middle of the night, without assistance. We are hoping this relationship will work out and our project will succeed..
A new member who is blind, isolated but keen to help has joined up, and will be helping up publicise our club in the Australian press and amongst the various political groups. This will bring a new dynamic into our clubhouse.
The London lunch on the 15th November will be a celebration of our 35 years of success and both old and new members are welcome to attend.1.30 to 5.30 at Finch’s near Moorgate station, Veronica the Manager previously worked at the paternoster and knows the outsiders. Directions from Moorgate and Old Street Station and Local bus routes are below:
General Manager Veronika Gormley Mostkova
FINCH’S 12A Finsbury Square London EC2A 1AN 020 7588331 E:email@example.com
This lovely pub is wheelchair accessible and sells reasonably priced delicious food.
Founder of Outsiders, Dr Tuppy Owens (pictured below), has written a book “Supporting Disabled People with their Sexual Lives — a clear guide for health and social care professionals, which talks about Outsiders and all our work,with many quotes from members and colleagues. Publication date: 19th November.
Tuppy Owens seeks to speak to more people who are physically unable to masturbate, for her work to create a sex toy and a service to allow them to enjoy orgasms without a partner
The Sexual Health and Disability Alliance are starting a project which aims to persuade all the governing bodies to include sex and disability in their training, guidelines and policies. This is because health and social care professionals who work with disabled people say they feel they don’t have permission, nor the training to include this in their holistic care.
Our AGM will provide lively debate and information about our club, and the 2014 Ted O’Dwyer Award for Rising Above It will be presented.