Come make a sex-positive zine with us!
Do you have a sexuality-related topic that you’d like to explore? Want to doodle, draw, write, and play?
We are offering a creative space to process and celebrate sex and sexuality. We invite you to make a zine and take part in a collective movement to destigmatize sex!
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About the Facilitators:
Naomi Price-Lazarus (she/her) is a sexuality educator, event facilitator, and dance party host. Naomi is the Founder of Papaya Project, Seattle-based non-profit organization that offers comprehensive sexuality education and community building events to youth and adults. With a queer-centered and pleasure-focused approach, Papaya Project aims to destigmatize and expand understandings of identity, sexuality, bodily autonomy, and pleasure. Naomi also creates and sells art that celebrates sexual anatomy and pleasure (@Super_Clit). Naomi spends her free time playing sports, baking cookies, and traveling around the world.
Shani Redlich (she/her) is a sex educator and a Holistic Sex Educator Certificate candidate at the Institute for Sexuality Education and Enlightenment, an approved Organizational Provider of CE’s by American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT). She is also studying to become a Couple and Family Therapist and Sex Therapist at Antioch University Seattle. Shani has worked directly with high school students in the U.S., designing and delivering comprehensive sex education, and uses guiding frameworks of reproductive justice, disability justice and anti-racism to inform her work. She is passionate about facilitating discussions around sex and sexuality in ways that are curiosity-driven, multiculturally-responsive, and trauma-informed, and occasionally shares information via her Instagram account @shamefreecse.