Wednesday April 5, 2017
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Learn techniques that lead to letting go of what cannot be recaptured, and allow to reclaim the erotic, sexual and personal sense of self.
Can sexuality heal our trauma? Is self-love and erotic love possible after our physical and/or sexual boundaries are violated? If we are broken, can we ever be whole? Though there are no perfect answers to these questions, there are always possibilities. Join Sera Miles for an excavating journey through theories of narrative fulfillment, attachment, neurology, and complex defense mechanisms. Trauma distorts our frame of reference. This class is being offered free of charge, but please feel encouraged to make a donation to an organization that supports survivors, such as Life Link (http://thelifelink.org/)
Sera Miles is the co-director of New Mexico’s Sex Worker Outreach Project (SWOP-NM) chapter. She founded New Mexico FetLifers, a non-profit organization for folks who identify as kinky/BDSM/Leather/fetish, and which produced the conference “Evolution of the Revolution,” (“EvoRevo”). She led NMFL for its six vibrant years, and the organization hosted presenters such as Tristan Taormino, Mama Vi Johnson, and Guy Baldwin; and developed firm bonds with the gay, lesbian, drag, and transgender New Mexico communities. Sera delivered the opening keynote at Rio Grande Leather 2009; edited Nancy Ava Miller’s award-winning Pervert: Notes from the Sexual Underground; and has performed in numerous fetish videos. She’s presented at KinkLincs and Behind Closed Doors, as well as at many events across the Southwest. Sera self-identifies as a demisexual leather fetishist, in addition to the identities of mother, writer, editor, type-A personality, sex worker, and Leo Dragon.