While audience members can’t share their own Sticky Stories, there will be opportunities to interact by competing for raffle tickets in thematically appropriate events like a banana eating contest and a race to see who can put a condom on a squash fastest. And because the CSPH is a health and advocacy organization first, event-goers can expect to walk away with free latex gloves, condoms, and dental dams.

The CSPH hopes to turn Sticky Stories into an annual spring event, in conjunction with Smut Night, a fall reading and performance event they’ve hosted in the past.

“Smut Night is sexy,” CSPH intern Kayla Wingert says of the difference between the events. “Sticky Stories is hilarious.”

The CSPH’s “Sticky Stories: Sexual Confessions and Awkward Adventures” will take place on Friday, May 9, at Empire Black Box (95 Empire St) in Providence. Doors at 7 pm, tickets $10-$15, sliding scale. Attendees must be 18-plus. Visit thecsph.org for more info.

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