TES Fetish Workers Group – Censorship & Sexuality: Kink, LGBTQIA Rights, Sex Work, & YOU!

When:
December 11, 2018 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm America/New York Timezone
2018-12-11T19:30:00-05:00
2018-12-11T22:00:00-05:00
Where:
NY
TES

Over the last year, many changes in the legal landscape that affect members of sexual minorities have occurred. While individual laws and policies appear to affect only one community, such as sex workers, the LGBTQIA community, or the kink community, they are each only pieces of a bigger picture that affects EVERYONE – including YOU.
This is a time for alternative sexuality communities to come together and support each other. Come hear from members of these different communities about their experiences, what is being done to protect the rights of sexual minorities, how you might be affected, and what you can do to help.
Panelists:
Ceyenne Doroshow is the founder of GLITS and author of “Cooking in Heels”. She currently sits on four boards for national and international LGBTQ and sex worker rights organizations.
At the intersection of sex education and creativity is where you will find multiracial pansexual genderqueer professional dominant, Mistress/Master Leigh. They are an international LGBTQIAP and sex worker rights’ advocate/organizer, community-based sex researcher/educator, filmmaker/performer, martial artist/fetish wrestler, an alternative sex media consultant, and a professional dominant who does fetish work as both male and female.
Melissa Sontag Broudo, JD/MPH, is General Counsel/ RI Coordinator of Decriminalize Sex Work. She is also the Co Director of the SOAR Institute, a group advocating for sex workers’ rights, and has been an activist in the sex workers rights movement for over 15 years.
Crystal DeBoise, LCSW, is a licensed psychotherapist and the Outreach Director/NH Coordinator of the new organization Decriminalize Sex Work. She is also the Co Director of the SOAR Institute, a group advocating for the rights of sex workers, and is a leading policy and social service expert on issues relating to sex work and human trafficking.
Aurora Labelle (moderator) is a professional dominatrix, classically trained soprano, and sexual freedom activist. She volunteers heavily with @TES-NYC and organizations that work to protect and advance the rights of sex workers, the LGBTQIA community, the kink community, and other marginalized populations. In her spare time (ha), she enjoys blues and contra dancing and kittens.
Doors open at 7, class starts at 7:30
TES Members $5 Students & Military with ID $10 Reciprocal Groups $10 Non-Members $20 Cash Only

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