Its been a while but I wrote a new piece yesterday and I am feeling good about it so check it out and lmk what you think. PS- The NSFW warning is a bit extreme. It is just words but I didn’t want anyone to flag my blog.
Maybe you have a crush and have never been with a trans person. Maybe you like to have all the sex but want to know more about STI prevention and transmission between your many gendered partners. Maybe you are bi-curious and want to explore your queerness more. We can talk about it.
Some subjects that might be included are body parts and language; STIs, HIV& HCV pathogenesis (how they are spread), explicit consent; feeling safe; self-care; support and solitude; rape culture; cocks (attached and detachable), strap-ons, trans lady clits and you; penetration or not; anal not just for gay men; enemas, lube and microbiomes; fetishization and transphobia. This will be a courageous space based in harm reduction. This means that this is a safe space where it is okay to make mistakes and for people to let you know that you have made a mistake. It is not okay to attend if you hold any Trans Exclusionary Radical Feminist (TERF), views on sex and/or trans people.
This workshop will be a semi-structured, facilitated dialog with sexpert Smitty Buckler. In the past, Smitty has been an HIV/STI tester and counselor, a domestic violence advocate, a trans resource coordinator, a facilitator and teacher, and an organizer among many other roles. They have spent the last several years doing comprehensive research on violence against trans people, especially those with intersecting identities and how that impacts safer sex and health decision making. They have worked extensively with various medical providers and sexperts across the country through various networks and conferences. Smitty is aligned and works with a variety of communities including those inclusive of drug users, sex workers, and people with disabilities. To learn more about the work they have done check out their about me page on their website: SmittyBuckler.com.
Purchase Advance Tickets Here.
Cost at the door: $25.
Advance: $20 (Solo) $30 (Solo +PIF donation) $35 (Duo) and $55 (Trio)
This workshop is eligible for Pay It Forward Scholarships. Please visit our website for information on applying for a partial or full scholarship to attend this workshop.
Open to all 18+
Attendance is limited to 30 people.
Workshop attendees receive a $5 off voucher for entry into the Transfusion party hosted by the CSPC that night.
This event is sponsored by the Center for Sex Positive Culture.
MOSAIC PROJECT: TRANS & GENDERQUEER SHOW
Jun 2-5 / 7pm
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