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HPF: Penises and Vaginas @ Sidewalk Hanoi

This week the Hanoi Philosophy Forum will host two evenings of discussions, talks, games, music and art delving into the complexities of penises and vaginas - what we know about the FIRST sexually reproducing creatures, the bizarrest of animal mating rituals, and the debates around male and female circumcision.

+ A series of lectures and small-group discussions led by Jon Dallas
+ Special music written and performed just for the Forum by Lilianna Pedroni
+ Artwork created for the Forum Myrthe M Nijs, Olga Raski, Lara Ross-Mcglynn, Hà Lgr, Isabelle May, Lara Hardie Stewart, and Dino Carobene
+ Haiku and/or Drawing Contest led by Truitt Urbanic and Dakota Lambert

*Single Entry Fee*
Single admission tickets can be purchased at the door for 70k. If the entry fee restricts your ability to attend, please contact Jon Dallas

*Sustaining Membership*
Membership are available for purchase. 5 entrances any time for 210K (5 entrances for the price of 3, a 40% discount!)

*Vietnamese Discount*
Any Vietnamese guests will receive one-time entry for 40k or Membership for 120k. If any westerner would like to apply for this discounted fee, please contact Jon Dallas.

*Free Thursday Night*
If any guest comes on Wednesday, they will receive free entry on Thursday. Please just show your stamped hand/arm at the front door.

*Late Nights at Puku and Sidewalk*
On Thursdays the event formally concludes at midnight, but Sidewalk Hanoi - Bar / Kitchen / Events stays open until late. On Wednesdays, Puku Café and Sports Bar never closes. You're invited to stay late continuing the conversation into the night.

*Parking*
Parking at Puku costs 10k, but is included in the cost of admission. Please be sure to validate your parking inside!

Thursday, April 18

9:30pm - 1:00am

Sidewalk Hanoi | 123 Au Co, Hanoi

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