Sexy Survivor with Ignacio Rivera

Article number: P-6628
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**This workshop is free.  Please reserve your seat by "purchasing" a ticket for free through our website or in the store.**



Join Ignacio Rivera for a healing webinar for survivors of sexual abuse to navigate safe and empowering sexual lives. Sexy Survivor also welcomes partners and allies of survivors to gain tools in supporting their sexy survivors. All too often, sex is altered, damaged, or made complicated for survivors of sexual abuse. It takes time, patience, and trial and error to figure out what works for us. But with skills building around consent, boundaries, and negotiation a fulfilling sex life is possible. 



Ignacio G Hutía Xeiti Rivera (Ig-Nah-See-Oh Gee Who-tee-ah She-eye-tee Ree-ve-Rah), M.A., is a cultural sociologist with expertise in sexual trauma and healing for marginalized populations. Ignacio is a Queer, Trans/Yamoká-hu/Two-Spirit, Black-Boricua, and Taíno activist who prefers the gender-neutral pronoun “they.” They are an internationally known gender non-conforming speaker, educator, writer, and performer with over 20 years of experience on multiple fronts, including economic justice, anti-racist and anti-violence work, as well as mujerista, LGBTQI and sex positive movements. Ignacio is also the founder and curator of Poly Patao Productions, which began 20 years ago and centers the sexual liberation of LGBTQI people of color. Ignacio’s work is influenced by their lived experience of homelessness, poverty, and sexual trauma and is focused on providing educational opportunities that are especially geared toward the sexual liberation of queer women, transgender, multi-gender, gender-queer, gender non-conforming, gender variant and queer people of color.

Ignacio is the host of Connecting The Dots, a talk show that paints a holistic picture of how Child Sexual Abuse (CSA) shows up in everyday life and every level of society. Ignacio and their guests discuss ways to take an active role in changing the culture of shame and secrecy that makes CSA possible.

As the Founder and Executive Director of The HEAL Project, Ignacio is on a mission to prevent and end childhood sexual abuse through healing the wounds of sexual oppression and embracing sexual liberation. |


To register:

This a recorded workshop. After purchase our staff will process your order and send you a link within 24 hours.  While it is not instantaneously available, you will be able to watch it whenever you'd like once you have the link. 

Only available to those 18 years old and older. 


Sugar is located in Baltimore’s Hampden neighborhood on the corner of 36th and Roland Ave. There is plentiful street parking. For any questions or to schedule an ASL interpreter for in-store workshops, call the store at 410-467-2632.

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