Wed 10 July 2019 | 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Heaven - Bar Yochai 53, Tel Aviv,
Personal Stories of Facts
Two years ago we opened the Facebook page When She Works, which aims to make the voices of first-hand employees. Now for the first time we come out of the screen and let you know us face to face, listen to our personal stories and get answers to your questions.
The event will be attended by four employees and two women: two women, two personalities, similar but very different stories.
Through our experiences, we hope to show that the world of services is complex and multifaceted, not black or white. We do not pretend to represent all the facts of the universe.
Our stories may break some stigmas, adding new insights and new shades of information that are not included in the popular narrative of the field.
Gali Cohen – one of the realms of the When She Works page. Active in Argaman – Organization of Working Women. A former Haredi, stripper for about 4 years. Organizes “stripper protest”. BA in Psychology and Sociology. Studying and teaching Tantra.
Rumi has been involved in Zeno for over a decade. Active in Argaman – Organization of Working Women. She began to engage in prostitution out of curiosity. She continued with love for money 🙂 She does not want boring jobs, she does not fit in frames.
“My dream is to stop lying … to stop chasing me and my friends.”
Kadesh – A dedicated practitioner of meditation and Tantra for over two decades. In order to heal, he began to serve as a Taoist lover, who at the time was recognized as a gigolo. He was trained as a somatic and transpersonal psychotherapist, as a senior and a jazz therapist, as a surrogate, as a healer in spiritual healing, bio-energy, etc.
Danny Levitt, a former high-tech man. Today he is a stripper and a groundbreaking leader in the fields of miniaturization, tantra, multi-orgasmic and how to live through connection and power.
20:00 Opening of doors
23:00 Estimated completion
Admission fee: 50 NIS
Discount for members of Won
Location: Heaven, Bar Yochai 53, Tel Aviv.
The event was organized in collaboration with Argaman – a women’s working organization and the Venn Tel Aviv project, which provides a platform for a new neighborly experience.
The number of places is limited and therefore it is recommended to reserve a place in advance at the following link: