Ladies Night Topic Sticks
Ladies Night Topic Sticks offer 100 topics which can be attractively displayed in a decorative vase, bowl or plate as a centerpiece of conversation starters. Talk about topics like: "items you consider to be the best inventions ever;" "television shows that most resemble times in your life;" or "people you would trade places with for one day."
Includes 50 sticks with discussion topics printed on either side.
TOOL SHED TEAM REVIEW
This game focuses on communication and is designed for group gatherings/parties with friends.
While this game has a few stereotyped or heteronormative questions, most of the topic sticks are thought provoking and great conversation starters. And while a few of the topics are related to sex, lots more of them aren’t, so they are suitable for different types of gatherings. The topics can really be a lot of fun!
As with any game that uses cards or playing pieces as prompts, you can always pre-screen your topics before an event to decide which are best suited to your audience-- just remove any you don’t care for! And yes, it says "ladies night" in the title, but the vast majority of these questions work fine with people of all genders. There are a few gender-specific topics like "things you miss about being a girl," which could be modified for inclusivity to "things you miss about being a child."
Accessibility note: Because the print on these sticks is in relatively small print, those with limited vision might have a little trouble reading the topics.
TOOL SHED GAME RATING SCALE
(Rated from 1 to 5, where 3 is neutral)
Sexual Adventure Level: 1.5
(1 is "Very inexperienced," 5 is "Lots of Experience")
Kink Level: 1
(1 is "Kink Newbies," 5 is "Seasoned Kinksters")
Gendered Language: 2
(1 is "Very Binary," 5 is "Gender Fluid")
Racial Inclusivity: 3
(1 is "Only white folks represented on imagery/artwork," 5 is "Racial diversity represented on imagery/artwork")
Sexuality Inclusivity: 2
(1 is "Hetero-centered," 5 is "Queer-inclusive")
Overall Presentation: 3
(1 is "Good, cheap fun," 5 is "Oooh, fancy!")