Sexpoetivity: Community PRIDE Workshop
Brandon Simmond, Mary Vu, and Phoenix Danger
Sexpoetivity: Community PRIDE Workshop

Let us enjoy ‘Sexpoetivity’: the intersection between sex-positivity and poetry! Come join us for a PRIDE workshop in partnership with Apicha Community Health Center and sex educator Phoenix Danger to provide a space for safer sex education with AAPI trans and queer community and to celebrate the work of LGBTQIA+ authors during Pride Month.

RESERVE A SEAT!
$5 SUGGESTED DONATION | OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

Apicha Community Health Center (CHC) strives for healthcare equity by serving vulnerable and marginalized people living throughout the 5 New York City boroughs. This dedication to service boils down to their core values as a community: safety, advocacy, support, and going above and beyond their calling.

RSVP required for this workshop.

NOTE ON ACCESSIBILITY
*The space is wheelchair accessible. No stairs. Direct elevator from ground floor to 6th floor.
*We strongly encourage all participants of the space/event to be scent-free.
If you all have any other specific questions about accessibility, please email Tiffany Le at tle@aaww.org with any questions on reserving priority seating.

Sexpoetivity: Community PRIDE Workshop

Brandon Simmond, Mary Vu, and Phoenix Danger
Thursday, June 14, 2018
7:00 PM
$0.00
Asian American Writers’ Workshop
112 W 27th St Suite 600
NY NY 11238
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