Sex-Positive Parenting with Airial Clark
Being a sex-positive parent means we understand that parents and children come in all genders and sexualities.
This series of workshops is designed for parents who want to learn how to talk to their children about gender and sexuality. We can replace those larger cultural scripts that are inherently sex-negative with age-appropriate messages that are inclusive to sexual diversity.
I have created a new series of 4, 90-minute interactive workshops with the overarching goal of Sex-Positive Parenting; Strategies and Support for Families. Cost is $25 each, or if you sign up for all 4 it's $75 (buy 3 get 1 free). Each workshop is stand alone with a specific focus, but taken together are a comprehensive curriculum at the Center for Sex and Culture
Saturday, Aug 25th
10:30am-Noon: Parenting with an alternative sexuality; Ending the silence of poly, kinky, or queer parents.
1:00pm-2:30pm: Coming out as a family; To reveal or not reveal is the question.
Sunday, Aug 26th
10:30am-Noon: What to say and When to say it; Strategies for age-appropriate conversations about sexuality and desire.
1:00pm-2:30pm: Building Social Support Networks; How to build your sex-positive dream team of family,peers and professionals.
Airial Clark, M.A is the founder of The Sex-Positive Parent. She has a Master's degree in Sexuality Studies from San Francisco State and is also the parent of two tweenage sons. Airial graduated from UC Berkeley in 2007 with a BA in English Literature and Anthropology. At Cal, she was the President of the Student Parent Association. She is a contributing writer for Good Vibrations Magazine, the Sex Positive Photo Project of the SF Bay Area and Shades Magazine. Airial presented her graduate level research on the intersections of race, non-monogamy and parenting at the Open SF conference. She was recently interviewed on the Sexploration with Monika radio show and featured on My Sex Professor.com. Based out of the SF Bay Area, Airial sees the mission of her work to provide strategies and support for sex-positive parenting; specializing in community building for parents with alternative sexualities.
The Center for Sex & Culture (View)
1349 Mission btw 9th and 10th Sts
San Francisco, CA 94114
|Minimum Age: 21
|Kid Friendly: No
|Dog Friendly: No
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!