who we are

A group of sex educators, sex workers, and sexual healers from across the country, the SLC was born from the desire to provide support, encouragement, and inspiration to those of us doing this work. Together we vision to create a world of radical body positivity and sexual freedom for the purpose of our collective liberation.


Alba Onofrio

Radical Queer Brown Non-monogamous Old-School Femme Lover Evangelical Mystic Missionary Mama First-Gen Appalachian Latina Resister. Email: albadeonofrio(at)gmail.com


Asha Leong

Asha Leong is a lover of queers and has a deep passion for helping people create and manifest their personal vision of sexual liberation. She specializes in spiritual coaching, chakra energy healings, goddess card readings, and non-profit consulting.  Leong is the founder of the Sexual Liberation Collective www.sexualliberationcollective.com. Through her business Dreaming Desires Asha help’s QTPOC heal from trauma, life plan, mediate relationships, build poly relationships and prepare for queer family building. Visit her website at www.dreamingdesires.com. Email: femmetron (at) gmail.com


Marla Renee Stewart, MA

Marla Renee Stewart, MA is a professional sex, intimacy and relationship coach and sexuality educator. Not only is she a lecturer at Clayton State University, she is also the co-founder of the Sex Down South Conference and the Sexual Liberation Collective.  Gaining her reputation for being “The Sex Architect,” she created Velvet Lips to empower people of all ages to embrace, educate and enjoy their sexuality and their sexual lives. She has studied human sexuality for more than 16 years at San Francisco State University and Georgia State University, respectively, and has expert knowledge in a wide variety of subjects, which has enabled her to publish academic articles, as well as continually do sexuality research. She also sits on the board for the Atlanta Harm Reduction Coalition and SPARK Reproductive Justice Now! Email: marla (at) velvetlipsllc.com 


Roan Coughtry, MSW

Roan is a facilitator, coach, healer, and writer based out of Atlanta, GA. With a background in social justice organizing and multiple healing practices, they work to kindle the connection between desire, creativity, spirituality, and liberation. In addition to co-founding the Sexual Liberation Collective, they’re a lead producer of the Sex Down South Conference, a professional sex educator at O.School, and on the board of Project AFFIRM. Learn more about their work at www.roancoughtry.com. Email: roancoughtry (at) gmail.com 



Mija is a two-spirit warrior & sexual savant. They value integrity, joy & stewardship.  Sexual & personal liberation has been a priority for Mija for as long as they remember. Although their path for liberation began as a child it was working within HIV/HCV/STD education & prevention that offered them access to do their work with a variety of communities. They advocate for two-spirit, queer & trans people of colour, sex workers & people who inject. Mija is available for consultation, workshops, coaching, companionship & is a pretty great houseboi. Email: thelovingwarrior (at)gmail.com 


Cavanaugh Quick, LMSW

Cavanaugh Coury Quick is a queer, trans, polyamorous, AfroLatinx adventurer who values critical thought and personal autonomy. Using art and media analysis alongside introspective, strengths-based techniques, Cavanaugh assists folks of all ages in exploring sex and sexuality as individuals, in relationships, and in professional spaces.  They are a sex and trauma therapist in Albany, NY, a New York Rape Crisis Counselor, a lead developer for the KinkedIn Community Accountability Team, and the founder of Awkwardology. Learn more about them at cavanaughquick.com. Email: cavanaughquick(at)gmail.com


Dr. Robin Nussbaum

Dr. Robin Nussbaum (Doc Rob) identifies as a white, queer, pronoun-switching, genderqueer woman. She has 20+ years of experience in LGBTQ organizing, sexual liberation efforts, social justice & diversity advocacy, and leadership & youth development. They have a doctorate in social psychology and by day, is the diversity specialist for the Washington State Bar Association, where he spearheads diversity and inclusion initiatives for WSBA’s staff, entities, and volunteers. Previously, Doc Rob was the assistant director of the LGBT Center at UCSD and led the Gender & Sexuality Resource Center at SUNY Oneonta for over five years. Email: ronussbaum(at)gmail.com


Supa Suga Snatch

Supa Suga Snatch is a queer black femme geek passionate about the intersection of justice, community, and tech. Supa's superpowers include extraordinary kegel strength and the ability to leap tall buildings in a single bound. Committed to a web that works for everyone, she spends her days (and far too many nights and weekends) as a web accessibility specialist training an army of developers and stakeholders to carry the charge. Email: blkdykegoddess (at) gmail.com