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Black Lotus Project - A Gathering of Black/African Bisexual+ Men

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A gathering of men of African descent who are sexually fluid, bisexual, queer, questioning, and/or pansexual, i.e., Black bi+ men.

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FluidBiDesign/MenKind and Center for Culture, Sexuality and Spirituality are collaborating to build the Black Lotus Project (BLP). BLP is a community healing and anti-stigma process that builds trust, understanding, and connection between Black bi+ men and other members of the Black community.

Before we include other members of our community, we want to create space for Black bi+ men to talk about what it's like to be Black men who are bisexual, pansexual, sexually fluid, questioning, queer but not homosexual, SGL but not strictly dickly, no labels and no limitations, multi-gender attracted, etc. We also want to learn what topics and themes are most relevant to our brothers in addressing the conditions we face in our communities.

This virtual gathering is open to cis- and transgender men of African descent only. Future meetings will be in-person depending developments in the COVID19 crisis. RSVP required. We will provide registrants with a password to enter the virtual meeting prior to the event.

BPL gatherings will be facilitated by James Christopher Dadefumi Fasanmi Fayemi Neal, founder of FluidBiDesign/MenKind, and H. "Herukhuti" Sharif Williams, founder of CCSS and co-editor of Recognize: The Voices of Bisexual Men.

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Founded by Dr. Herukhuti, Center for Culture, Sexuality and Spirituality (CCSS) works to liberate the ways people love, experience the Erotic, and connect to the Sacred. Find out more about CCSS at its website http://sacredsexualities.org

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