Rebirthing our Joy Mon. Sept. 11th at 6:30

Article number: SU-Trauma Survivors
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Often, those of us who are survivors of sexual trauma of all types feel challenged in our expression of our sexuality. Between the aftereffects of the trauma, the feelings of uncertainty, and the fears of doing something that will hurt us, we can get locked into patterns of behavior that stifle our sexual selves, rather than enhance them. We welcome you to the safe space of this workshop, along with partners and supporters of trauma survivors, to talk about techniques to enhance our sense of self, our communication with lovers and play partners, our ability to stay centered and grounded, and to evaluate the potential land mines and create action plans for handling issues as they come up in a conscious, loving, and esteem-building way. Please note that this class is limited only to survivors of trauma and their partners / supporters, and that to protect safe space, the doors will be closed to late attendees at ten minutes after the start of class.

(Audience: All 18+ that identify as trauma survivors or their supporters; class is closed door and sacred space is affirmed)

Sarah Sloane has been teaching, writing, and thinking about sexuality and relationships for over 15 years. Her core belief is that great sex - and relationships - come from owning our own selves, communicating honestly and without shame, and feeling empowered to explore what is right for us. Sarah's taught everywhere from Ivy League schools to back rooms in leather bars, and for people all over the US and Canada. You can learn a bit more about her at her website, sarahsloane.net.

Sugar is located in Baltimore’s Hampden neighborhood on the corner of 36th and Roland Ave. There is plentiful street parking or you can use Hampden Park and Go! https://www.facebook.com/HampdenParkAndGo/

For any questions call the store at 410-467-2632.

 

 

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