what we do
The SLC provides sexual liberators with support, advice, and accountability on their personal and professional projects. We also provides education and healing to larger communities through facilitating workshops, skillshares, healing circles, and experiential safe spaces for people to explore their sexuality and desire and heal from trauma. As a Collective, we facilitate a wide range of workshops, healing circles, and experiential safe spaces for people to explore their sexuality and desire and heal from trauma. Contact us to inquire about rates or to book a gig.
We offer a wide range of workshops to communities, schools, universities, organizations, conferences, and other audiences. Since our inception in 2013, we have presented at numerous conferences around the country, including Creating Change, Sex Down South, Woodhull Sexual Freedom Summit, Philadelphia Trans Health Conference, Unity Through Diversity, and others. Some of our workshops include:
- Sexual Liberation at the Intersections: How race, class, gender, religion, ability, and our other identities impact our experience of our sexual liberation
- Get Your Play On: The 101 of sex and play parties
- Radical Sex-Positive Parenting
- Becoming Sexual Liberators
- Knowledge is Power! Confronting Homophobic/Transphobic "Christian" Values
- Finding Sexual Healing
One of the greatest obstacles standing in the way of our personal and collective sexual freedom is trauma. The SLC centers healing as both a means toward sexual liberation — and an end in and of itself. From this framework, we provide healing circles for communities and groups around the country where people can delve into the places in their lives, bodies, and soma that need healing, and work together to manifest this healing on a deeper level.
Interested in consent-based, sex-positive play parties? The SLC regularly hosts sex and play parties in member cities and conferences across the country. Rooted in anti-oppression values that center the experience and pleasure of people of color and trans and queer folks, these spaces prioritize consent, body positivity, connection and pleasure.