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Available for keynotes, workshops and expository writing on the following topics:

TESTIMONIALS

  • Where are all the black people?

    WAATBP, is a multimedia interactive storytelling experience that opens up a larger conversation on the deeply human, nuanced facets of the macro issues that black queer and trans people face, particularly as survivors of trauma, and the ways in which we can use our own personal narratives to identify, and then divest from systems and institutions that impact our ability to dismantle them as a means to heal.
    By positioning the personal as primary text, this work was designed to hold space for black folks, unapologetically, at all of our intersections, who may have never seen themselves mirrored in the world and as an educational resource for organizations and individuals working with and/or on behalf of marginalized communities looking to see themselves, and us, for the first time.
  • Sexualizing Cancer

    Sexualizing Cancer is a workshop that intends to decolonize the medical industry by exposing the violence caused to Black bodies for the sake of cancer research. Exposing the ways in which black bodies have been used for experiments in the past and the lack of awareness in breast cancer campaigns targeted to Black and brown bodies leading to higher rates of mortality in present day. The workshop has been created for anyone who is interested in decolonizing by reclaiming pleasure/sexuality, with a particular emphasis on breast cancer patients at diagnosis, during treatment, and post-treatment. ‘Sexualizing Cancer’ is also designed to support medical providers/front line staff of hospitals to be inclusive in their services of LGBTQIA+ people.

  • Sexualizing Cancer Part 2 (for medical providers or breast cancer patients)

    A breast cancer diagnosis alone can impact an individual’s sex life. Sexualizing Cancer has also been created for breast cancer patients at diagnosis, during treatment, and post-treatment who are looking to reclaim pleasure. The workshop is inclusive of those single or in partnerships. 

    This curriculum is designed to support medical providers/front line staff of hospitals to be inclusive in their services of LGBTQIA+ people. The workshop has been created for medical providers working with breast cancer patients, but can be tailored to working with any chronic illness.

  • Sexual Health

    In this series of age-appropriate comprehensive workshops, participants will learn the following various topics: sexual anatomy, gender, pleasure, sexual identity, healthy relationships and more. Curriculum available upon request. Available for ages 5 & up.

  • BDSM/Kink

    In this workshop, participants will learn the various aspects of BDSM/kink and how people can and do apply these elements to their everyday lives. 

  • Polyamory/Non-monogamy

    In this workshop, participants will explore the various aspects of polyamory/non-monogamy as an authentic and valid relationship model. 

  • Social & Racial Justice

    After a short consultation, Ericka will create a workshop that will propel your staff/students into action using social and racial justice tools. All workshops center those who navigate society from its margins. This topic can be tailored to a series of workshops or as a single workshop.

  • Intersectionality

    In this interactive workshop participants will have the opportunity to learn what the term coined by Kimberle W. Crenshaw means and how they can apply it to their professional and personal lives. 

  • LGBTQIA+ Cultural Literacy: Creating Safer Spaces

    In this interactive workshop, participants will learn the ways in which our society can be harmful towards those who are apart of the queer community, and practical ways to make spaces safer. This workshop can be tailored depending on the audience. 

  • Gender 101

    In this interactive workshop, participants will dismantle the view that gender exists in a binary to adopt and understand its fluidity. By the end of the workshop, participants will have gained a deeper understanding of gender and its various distinctions. 

  • Also available for modeling requests!

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