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Exploring Your Erotic Self with Afrosexology

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Tennessee State University Avon Williams Campus

Room 287

330 10th Ave N

Nashville, TN 37203

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This pre-conference workshop is being offered as part of Healthy and Free TN's 2nd Annual Statewide Convening and will be followed by a pre-conference welcome reception with refreshments served from 6-8pm at TSU's Avon Williams campus in the Atrium on the 3rd floor. You do not have to attend the conference to attend this workshop. This workshop is open to the public. Parking is free for this event. Permits will be distributed to registrants. Scholarships for this workship are available to those for whom the $10 admission fee presents a barrier to attendance. Please contact briana@healthyandfreetn.org for information about scholarships.

This event is for women and people of color.

ABOUT THE WORKSHOP:

Women’s sexual experiences and exploration has seemingly existed as a source of pleasure,
power, and consumption of men. As a result, there are many stereotypes about how women
should perform their sexuality which has also impacted feelings of body autonomy. Defining
the erotic self strengthens the sexual voice and challenges “the do’s and don’ts” of women’s
sexuality. From erotic literature to candlelit baths, explore what stimulates you and leads to
the discovery of your authentic and most erotic self.

By the end of this session, participants will be able to:

• Explore different forms of eroticism
• Discover ways to get in tune with their erotic self
• Create an Erotic Care Plan

Afrosexology was birthed out of a desire to experience a more sex-positive Black community. One that encourages self agency & promotes love in regards to bodies, relationships, and sexualities. One that liberates from the sexual shame & policing inherited from generations of sexual & body oppression. One that follows in the tradition of Black sexual politics by seeking to rediscover & reclaim sexuality. Their mission is to educate, explore, and reclaim Black sexuality. Their vision is to promote Black self empowerment through sexual liberation. Read more about them on their website www.afrosexology.com.


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Tennessee State University Avon Williams Campus

Room 287

330 10th Ave N

Nashville, TN 37203

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