We are offering webinars for people from a variety of backgrounds, because we know comprehensive health education is important for everyone. In addition to learning about LGBTQIA+ identities or topics like pleasure, our webinars will be medically accurate and participants will also learn how to engage their legislators on this issue. You can expect that each webinar will:
Please register for webinars by checking out our linktree: linktr.ee/GTZMA! NOTE: Each webinar has its own Zoom registration link. You do not need to attend all webinars, but you do need to register for the webinars that you wish to attend. Please email Alyvia at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions!
Full webinar descriptions can be found on our website! All webinars are scheduled for Tuesdays at 5:30pm (see dates below).
What does it look like to live a pleasure-centered life?
In this workshop, we will explore pleasure as a concept, life-style, and path to sexual liberation and empowerment. We will discuss the ways we experience pleasure, what brings us pleasure, and how to advocate for our own pleasure during sexual encounters. Participants will walk away with tangible skills and action items to live a sexually empowered, pleasure filled life.
Intended audience: The workshop is appropriate for people in high school and older. It is specifically meant to be a safe space for those who have their access to pleasure limited by society, such as women, survivors of sexual violence, BIPOC folks, and queer and trans people.
Alex was born and raised in New York City, where she attended public schools. She graduated magna cum laude from Davidson College with a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology and Gender and Sexuality Studies, with a thesis focused on pleasure and consent in college sexual relationships. Alex has a wealth of experience providing anti-sexual violence services to her community as president of Students Against Sexual Violence at Davidson College and volunteer work as a staffer for the Rape, Abuse, Incest National Network’s National Sexual Assault Hotline. She is passionate about ending sexual violence and dating abuse through community intervention and education. She currently works as a Community Educator at Day One NY, facilitating workshops about healthy relationships and teen dating abuse in public schools across New York City. In her spare time, Alex enjoys reading, doing yoga, and bullet journaling.