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Re-imagining the world together for a sexuality professional intensive training experience!

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AASECT Certified Sexuality Educators Dr. Bianca I Laureano, MA, CSES and Fredrick Zal, CSE invite you to a new intensive training offering focused on sexuality topics. Read their bios below under Frequently Asked Questions. ONLY 20 SEATS AVAILABLE! Our proposed timeline for the 3-day sessions include (subject to minor edits and changes, time is in PT):

10am - 4pm PT / 1pm - 7pm ET

  • 90 minutes of engagement
  • 15 minute body break
  • 90 minutes of engagement
  • 1 hour lunch
  • 90 minutes of engagement
  • 5 minute body break
  • 25 minute closing

5 hours (day 1) + 5 hours (day 2) + 4 hours (day 3) = 14 hours of SAR CEU


AASECT has approved virtual SAR . This SAR is a virtual SAR and all activities will be online on a secure virtual platform. Please contact us if you have questions or require closed captions, ASL, and any other access needs you may have. Access information is below in the FAQ.

This program meets the requirements for the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselor, and Therapists (AASECT) and is approved for 13.5 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.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the three different payment options?

$650: Pay Forward: Admission to the class plus $100 contribution to our limited income scholarship fund.

$550: Standard price ticket

$450: Partial Scholarship: Discount ticket for those who need financial assistance.

$200: Payment Plan option for those who can pay the standard price of $550 and wish to reserve their seat and pay gradually. You will receive an email from Bianca inviting you to share your proposed payment plan amount and dates.

Age requirements to enter the SAR?

Yes! Each participant must be 18 years old to participate.

What can I bring into the SAR?

The SAR is virtual and we know participants may be at home or as alone as possible in their offices. Please do what you need to be present. This is a childfree event and we welcome chest feeding parents to feed their children as needed. All meals may be eaten during the SAR or during breaks. Take any medication you need.

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 upfront.

Partial refund less the deposit for all payment plans.

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

Accessibility Information

All videos will have English subtitles or transcripts, font size on powerpoint will be 24+, we will read aloud what is posted in the chat box on the zoom platform, AI captions will be provided, and we are guided by disability justice principles. Please contact Bianca to confirm your needs are supported and honored. Image above is an abstract image of reds, golds, greens, yellows, blacks, and blues across a canvas.

What is a SAR?

Sexual Attitude Reassessment (SAR) is sometimes colloquially referred to as diversity, equity, inclusion, and intersectionality training in the field of sexology. However, SAR is much more than that.

SAR is an opportunity for each participant; newbie or seasoned professional, to recognize and critically examine our internalized shame, stigma, aversion, joy, and bias. Through this process of collaborative reflection, dialogue, and meta-cognition; we can learn to address the hidden narratives that might guide and/or foreclose our potential personal lives, identify areas to develop increased cultural / sexual competence, and to minimize harmful perpetuation of shame and stigma to clients, colleagues, family, and community. Physician, first heal thyself!

SAR is a highly provocative, experiential, affective experience, designed to push comfort levels, elicit feelings, and confront attitudes, beliefs, and values about sexuality. This SAR will guide your learning with presentations, media and guided non-hierarchical dialogue to show the potential range of human sexual expression, transformative justice, racial justice, disability justice, reproductive justice, intersectionality frameworks and practice with tools for self-analysis and embodiment. Together, we will explore different worldviews, values, cultures, abilities, sexual orientations, gender identities, socio-economic status, and fluid sexual behaviors. This SAR will support you bridging 'from' cis-hetero-monogamous kyriarchy and other forms of erotic marginalization 'to' embodiment, restorative justice, loving kindness, compassion, and compersion.

This SAR will allow you to clarify your own sexual values, and step up to the challenge of holistic knowing in every cell of your body, inspiring empowerment, facilitating more healing, resilience, and autonomy for the communities you serve. We encourage you to go all in and not half step when doing this work, to ANTE UP! To go all in for self / communal liberation 'from' oppression 'to' embodiment of sexual freedom!

Who are the facilitators?

Fredrick’s sexuality education work has focused upon erotically marginalized communities, partnerships, and individuals since 2006 by "Teaching the Art within Sexual Acts" in private lessons, semi-public and private events, and workshops in Oregon, Washington, California, British Columbia, and via Zoom worldwide. They teach mindfulness, ritual, communication, consent, sexual attitudes reassessment, tantra, kink, and other embodied erotic pathways with an ever broadening understanding of power differentials, socio-political impacts over the centuries, and ways to truly dismantle what they feel in their blood and bones to be a corrupt and flawed acculturalized system. Fredrick is an AASECT certified sexuality educator and rigorously working toward their PhD in Human Sexuality. When not teaching or doing sexuality research; Fredrick endeavors to focus life around what they love, which is the arts, getting outside for adventures, sharing quality time and food with friends, practicing 茶道 (Chado, Japanese tea ritual), and movement such as yoga and dance. Learn more about Fredrick here: www.TantricKink.com

Bianca I Laureano is an award-winning educator and sexologist. She is a founding member of the Women of Color Sexual Health Network (WOCSHN) and her most recent project is ANTE UP! a virtual freedom school offering professional development and certification. She has written several curricula and is the lead writer for the Netflix film Crip Camp’s curriculum rooted in Disability Justice principles. She is an AASECT certified sexuality educator and supervisor, and in May 2020 was awarded an honorary doctorate from the California Institute for Integral Studies for her work in expanding the US sexuality field. Find out more about Bianca at her website BiancaLaureano.com and about ANTE UP! at www.AnteUpPD.com

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