“To really transform our society, we will need to make justice one of the most pleasurable experiences we can have.” - adrienne maree brown

Our connection to desire is directly linked to our power and we each hold patriarchal stories that prevent us from accessing that power and our freedom. 

We must unlearn these stories in order to get free from patriarchy and other forms of oppression.

Let's make space to explore what it might look like to approach desire, sex and sexuality from a liberatory space...


Sexuality + Patriarchy is a workshop where we'll be:

  • exploring how sexuality and patriarchy are connected and why it matters

  • unpacking how the way we've been socialized to understand our gender suppresses our access to our emotions and desire

  • understanding the power of owning and embodying your sexuality (whatever that may look like)

  • discovering practices that support us in cultivating a more liberating relationship with our bodies, our desire and our sexualities 

And we'll be looking at all of this as a group (because the only way we can get free is together).

This is for you if:

  • you're interested in exploring the parts of your desire and sexuality that have taken a back seat or have shame/guilt attached them

  • you feel you aren't able to ask for what you want or express your sexuality fully and that's tied to ideas you're holding about your gender

  • you want to see where your sexuality and patriarchy (aka a culture of male dominance) intersect

  • you want to get free from the ideas + systems that hold us back from creating a world that works for everyone

This workshop includes:

  • a live call (August 23rd from 7:30-10pm EST)

  • a recording of the calls (just in case you can't make it live)

  • an integration week with reflection prompts, videos and practices created to help you integrate the work we do together 

  • a private Facebook group to connect with other participants and get support

The cost for this is $34. Join us?

If you believe in this work and you'd like to contribute more to make it possible for others to participate through a scholarship, please click the button below! We're committed to being as accessible as possible and your support makes all the difference. Thank you!

* If this price isn't possible for you right now, but you'd love to join in, connect with us at wholeselfliberation@gmail.com with "Sexuality + Patriarchy Scholarship" in the subject line. We have a handful of spots we're holding for you (priority goes to those that identify as Black/POC, indigenous, disabled, trans, or gender non-conforming). 

 

This is facilitated by:

Cameron Airen is the co-founder of Whole / Self Liberation. She's a feminist creative who hosts the Real Feminist Stories podcast, writes and coaches on the topics of intuition, feminism and liberation. She holds a Masters degree in Anthropology and Social Change, lives nomadically (but mostly in California) and enjoys getting creative in the kitchen. To find out more about Cameron, visit her website here.

Cameron Airen is the co-founder of Whole / Self Liberation. She's a feminist creative who hosts the Real Feminist Stories podcast, writes and coaches on the topics of intuition, feminism and liberation. She holds a Masters degree in Anthropology and Social Change, lives nomadically (but mostly in California) and enjoys getting creative in the kitchen.

To find out more about Cameron, visit her website here.

Andréa Ranae is the co-founder of Whole / Self Liberation. She's a coach, facilitator and writer who holds a B.A. degree with a concentration on personal growth and social change. She currently lives in Chicago, IL and loves: celebrating blackness, sunsets, mint tea and her trusty water bottle. To find out more about Andréa, visit her website here.

Andréa Ranae is the co-founder of Whole / Self Liberation. She's a coach, facilitator and writer who holds a B.A. degree with a concentration on personal growth and social change. She currently lives in Chicago, IL and loves: celebrating blackness, sunsets, mint tea and her trusty water bottle.

To find out more about Andréa, visit her website here.