Riding the Tricycle with Ira Zev

Threesomes are a common fantasy shared by many. Whether it’s the desire to be pampered by two people or to be a naughty catalyst, the thirst for sharing and the excitement of three sexy individuals can lead to new and expanded possibilities of pleasure.

However, threesomes can often seem like a daunting idea to bring to life in a predominantly hetero-monogmous culture. This workshop will explore the dynamics and sensations of playing in threes. We will work through sharing intimacy and attention and delve into the different roles that we can explore.


Ira Zev is a faculty member of the School of Really Good Sex and co-founder of SCRAP Gallery and Co-op in Enmore. She is highly critical of the culture we live in. Even as a teenager, she noticed the warped way that we interact with sex and relationships. To her, it seems so normal for people to share an intimacy with one another, to be affectionate. That’s how we make connections, that’s how we make friends. For the culture to tell us that that’s wrong to explore never seemed right to her. She is interested in making spaces where people can explore and especially be creative.

She believes especially in the importance of play. The most important thing she wishes for people to get from her workshops is to realise that they can be creative. People come to these workshops and festival to get step by step pointers, tricks about how to be better lovers or how to have good sex, but it doesn’t work like that. She wants to realise that we all have the capacity to be creative. We all have the permission to do that all the time.