I run monthly Labia Lessons both online on Zoom and when the world is healthy at Colours in Hoxton, London. They are educational, heaps of fun and raise money for Bloody Good Period. You can buy tickets here.

I can also run one-off Labia Lessons for you - for fun, for hen parties, birthday parties, Feminist socials, events, corporate team bonding days (anyone?). If you’d like one, get in touch.

You can now also buy a pre-recorded Labia Lessons to watch whenever you like. You can find it on my Etsy shop.

An evening of making vulvas, chatting about labia and generally just having a bloody brilliant time.

A lot of sex education (that you didn't get at school) and myth busting

A lot of love for vulvas of all descriptions

A Period Pub Quiz

And lots of vulva making

And hopefully you'll walk out the door/close your laptop with a greater understanding of vulvas and a feeling of love and acceptance towards your vulva (or vulvas in general).

Previous vulva makers have left saying "you've made me realise I'm normal" and "I had no idea vulvas all looked so different". 

You don’t need a vulva to attend and no art skills are necessary. Expect to go home a bit glittery.



Jo immediately created a safe, warm and inclusive environment for us to ask questions and demystify myths about our bodies, educating us on crucial topics that were never covered in our school sex education. She held such an informative workshop and we were able to not only walk away with a bunch of empowering knowledge about our own anatomy but also our very own vulva creations.

Jo is such a lovely, kind, and approachable presence and we couldn’t recommend one of her workshops enough to anyone and everyone!

Trinity Hall Feminist Forum

I didn't even realise how much I didn't know about my own body! I learnt so much.

Jo was really friendly and informative and it didn't feel at all awkward to be talking about labia in a room full of people I didn't know!

Sophie, attendee

I absolutely loved the Period Party! I now feel like I understand my body better and I've realised that my vulva is normal. I've always thought there was something wrong with me.

I wish we'd been taught this stuff in school. It would have saved a lot of worry and self-loathing. 

I'm going to hang up my vulva somewhere that I can see it every day to remind me that it is brilliant and normal and mine.

Ro, attendee