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Gather your girlfriends for a night of laughs, good conversation, and enough girl power to light up a city with Sex and Sensibilities.com's (SAS) "Talk Sassy to Me, Astigirl!" workshop on May 3, 6pm at Bo's Coffee, Glorietta 5.

Join Palanca-award winning author Tweet Sering as she discusses her new book, Astigirl: A Grown Girl Living on Her Own Terms, which chronicles her journey in finding inner strength, success, and discovering her innate astigirl (a combination of the colloquial term astig and girl!).

"I knew it was going to be difficult, this business of becoming an individual, of being astig. But I certainly didn’t expect it to be so damn difficult. Or so close to impossible," Sering says in her book.

Sure, it's difficult, but since when did that ever stop a woman?

A registration fee of P100 covers drink and entrance. Proceeds of this workshop will benefit the H.E.R.O Foundation (Help Educate and Rear Orphans of soldiers killed in action). Limited slots available. For reservations, please call or SMS 0927-8508280.
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