Commemorative Edition for the 40 years of the portuguese Commission for Citizenship and Gender Equality made by the Portuguese Youth Network for Equality, where 40 Portuguese women who have contributed to Gender Equality in Portugal are featured and interviewed. Carmo Gê Pereira is one of the highlighted.
18 December 2016
"Pompoar, A Rainha do Prazer" in Observador Newspapper
Spread on the national digital newspaper Observador about our work, using the Pompoir workshop as its motto. Written by the Reporter Rita Dantas Ferreira, after going to a workshop.
Participation in the awareness campaign on HIV: #Poderiasereu #fazotestevih #darvozmulheresvih.
SERES is the first and only Portuguese association dedicated to women infected and affected by HIV. Launched the campaign "It could be me" to give visibility to women living with HIV and fight so that they have opportunities, choices, and voice.
Small talk about current events and sexuality in Sic's morning show salon section, joined by the rapper and comedian Marta Bateira, from the project "Beatriz Gosta" and João Paulo Sousa, Sic Radical Curto Circuito host.
Invitee of the RTP1's morning show section Factor M, talking about cheating, women and relations. Joined by blog and book author, Raquel Costa and tv and social personality, Manuel Serrão.
Participation starting at minute 21.
Happy Woman interviews Carmo Gê Pereira, Sex Positive Sexual Educator for adults.
17 February 2015
February 15 2015 Report in Revista 2, Público newspaper
Report on consulting and private sexual counselling work in Revista 2, Sunday’s supplement for Publico newspaper.
Paulo Moura’s report with Miguel Manso’s pictures: “Was it you who asked for a sex personel trainer?”
“How sex came out from the shadow” – Visão magazine 1144 – Feb 5 to 11, 2015 (testimony)
"(...) we are in the 21st century, demystifying is needed. Carmo Gê Pereira, 32, born in the northeast, with a degree in Communication and post-graduation in sexology, started preparing and selling sets for adult leisure (presenting toys and sexual jewellery) and is now in counselling and sexual education for adults. After eight years of workshops in Lisbon, Porto, Aveiro she makes a positive balance: «We are accepting new ways of being, choosing not to stay within the compulsory pleasure speech inside the closed scripts of no pleasure coitus. »
The awareness and consent themes and the experience of no guilt desire, well agreeing with today’s tendency, that’s what matters. Conforming it are «sharing pornography in couple, in any ages, the consented non monogamies, non normative sexuality, tantric and sacred» and the meetings frequented by senior adults, «with well constructed practices and intimacy a lot healthier than we think». On February, 14th, Valentine’s Day (and of erectile dysfunction...), there will be another symbolic event in Porto: The first conference “Yes, we fuck”, a movement pretending to demystify handicapped people’s sexuality.
But one of the events that surprised Carmo Pereira the most happened three years ago, in Oporto Literary Club (part of the Project Mudanças com Arte II’s cycles). The lecture Shortbus:Constructing a new Sexual Utopia, Traumas and permeabilities that included screening the daring film portraying the New Yorker’s underground universe with sex scenes «out of the box». Ending the session Ana Lúcia Magalhães sang three fados well within speeches and practices, under a new light, cherishing no expectations, nor the suffering weight. «The average participant’s age was past 50 years old and it was a beautiful experience .»(...)"