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ANTE UP! SAR @ Sex Down South 2019

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This year the ANTE UP! team has partnered with the creators of Sex Down South to bring a one of a kind sexual attitude reassessment (SAR) to the best little sex con in Georgia!

Bianca Laureano, CSES and Goody Howard, MSW are the dream team co-presenters for this intensive, two-day training for practicing and aspiring sexuality professionals.

The ANTE UP! SAR is unique because we will be guided by the goal of liberation with a focus on racial, reproductive, disability, immigrant, and media justice!

We must ANTE UP! and go all in for justice and healing.

The investment for this training is only $397 with several accessible payment options available.

Send your questions to Bianca at AnteUpPd@gmail.com.

This program meets the requirements for the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselor, and Therapists (AASECT) and is approved for 10 CEs that can be used toward obtaining or maintaining AASECT certification. Completion of this program does not ensure or guarantee AASECT certification. For further information please contact info@assect.org.


Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

Each participant must be 18 years old to participate.

What can I bring into the event?

All meals are on your own. Bring any medication you need. Please find childcare, this is a childfree event.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Contact Bianca at AnteUpPD@gmail.com

What's the refund policy?

Full refund for those who paid in full up front.

Partial refund less the deposit for all payment plans.

Only 50% refund within 30 days of event for all ticket types.

What is a SAR?

Sexual Attitudes Reassessment (SAR) is a very clinical way of describing a professional development experience focused on sexuality topics. When done with compassion and intention, a SAR is an extensive sexuality training and workshop for individuals who support clients in various ways in their work.

SARs are not only for people in the sexuality field, they are for all of us! If you work with people in a therapeutic, healthcare, education, social service, support, or adjacent environment, you need a SAR. When done with an interdisciplinary approach, a SAR allows each participant the opportunity to examine their own personal beliefs, understand how those beliefs inform their work, and identify areas in which they need to develop more cultural competence.

The ANTE UP! SAR is an experience unlike any other SAR or any other professional development experience. Moving beyond common practices and attempts of inclusion and diversity, the ANTE UP! SAR combines racial justice, disability justice, reproductive justice frameworks and practice with tools for self-analysis and embodiment. Participants are welcome to bring their full selves into a learning and an unlearning space. Our intention is to make connections, be challenged, expand, and go all in for collective and individual liberation and freedom. In other words, ANTE UP!

The world we have inherited is not the same one that we were trained in to do this work. It’s a different world for each of us and there is an urgency to make crucial decisions about the practice we have connecting with and caring for other human beings.

The ANTE UP! SAR requires each of us to go all in and not half step when doing this work—it is for community members who are ready for a next level experience of un / learning. We will explore how to identify how -isms may still manifest and unlearning as a lifelong practice. This SAR is a unique space to be honest about our feelings, where they are held in our bodies, and how they show up for us. It will help you identify internalized societal norms, challenge language and stigma, become more reflexive, understand your boundaries—as human beings and professionals—and communicate them more effectively. In all the work we do, we make decisions that have consequences, and this SAR will allow you to clarify your own path, grounded in your ethics and values, and step up to the challenge of facilitating more healing, resilience, and autonomy for the communities you serve.

Where does my money go?

When you pay for your ticket $397, 100% of event fee, goes directly to Bianca and Goody. There is a small fee from eventbrite to manage ticket sales. This is an event and training that is by and supporting a fat disabled Latinegra Puerto Rican femme sexologist (Bianca) and a fat Black married mama Texas sexologist (Goody)! This is economic justice.

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