WORKSHOP #217 May 31 - June 20, 2021

MAKING SPACE FOR ASEXUAL AND AROMANTIC IDENTITIES IN SEXUAL HEALTH

 

Developed and Facilitated by Eddy Robinson, Skipping Stone Foundation, Calgary

 

Making Space for Asexual and Aromantic Identities in Sexual Health is a workshop designed to open our eyes to the spectrum of sexual and romantic experiences and how to apply this to our models of sexual health and education. We will examine the definition of Asexual and Aromantic identities more deeply than an introduction workshop and examine typical language used in sexual health. Combining these examinations, we'll come up with better models and language for sexual health to widen our inclusivity even further.

MAKING SPACE FOR ASEXUAL AND AROMANTIC IDENTITIES IN SEXUAL HEALTH

C$75.00Price
registration fee
  • Eddy Robinson is a community organizer, speaker, educator and advocate. They are a graduate of Mount Royal University with a Bachelor's Degree in Health and Physical Education and are currently the Community Programs and Outreach Team Lead at Skipping Stone Foundation. They have been working with the LGBTQ community for over 10 years, including at local organizations such as Centre for Sexuality, the SAMRU Pride Centre and Calgary Pride. Eddy has spoken on a number of topics such as self-care, non-binary inclusion, and asexuality. They are passionate about radical body liberation, intersectionality, and accessibility.

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