The Sexuality Liberators And Movers 

S.L.A.M.
4 Youth Conference

Join esteemed sex educators, therapists,

and 
cliniciansfor 
two-days of critical youth centric skill building

workshops.

Have you been using the same “comprehensive” sex ed curriculum for eons? 

Do you work with or parent youth? How prepared are you for “THE TALK?” 

Need help making your sex ed more engaging, inclusive and liberatory

 

On January 27th & 28th, 2022 pick up the invaluable tools needed to critically analyze and improve dated lesson plans and understandings of sex positivity in youth-centered work. 

This virtual summit aims to brings together [Sex] educators, therapists, teachers, counselors, parents + caregivers to demand better of our youth work and ourselves.

While this conference highlights positions like sex educators/clinicians, as people who would be perfect attendees - it doesn't stop there. 

If you have the opportunity to work with, raise, parent, support or mentor youth in anyway - this conference is for you.

 

 Now you're scratching your head wondering why a sex ed conference would be good for a parent or school teacher who isn't explicitly responsible for sex education...

The reason is simple: young people will not wait for you to have a role, title, or certification to begin exploring their sexuality or coming to you with questions. 

REGISTER TODAY for two-days of professional development, networking, & workshops:                   

 

  • Dr. Natasha Ramsey & peer educator, Jaz: Sex Ed, Why It Sucks & How Youth Can Save It.

  • Juan Moreno: Involvement in Sexual & Reproductive Health for Men

  • Aredvi Azad & Ignacio Rivera: Where the Line Resides: Surviving the Cycle of Sexual Harm

  • Sam Carwyn: Meaningful Youth Partnership

  • Re Gupta & Deja Moore: Lib'bed For Your Pleasure (Liberation for Positive Youth Sexual Health)

  • Courtney Brame: Intentionally Inclusive STD Prevention: STI Minimization

  • Quacyya Cuaresma: What's Your Status? Dating During COVID and Building Trust with BIPOC Youth

  • Stephanie Zapata: Built to Last: Creating & Nurturing Thriving Spaces

  • Bianca I. Laureano: 'Every Week It's Mystery Meat:' Collaborating With and Being Mentored By Youth 

 

 

ACCESSIBILITY INFO: All speakers and sessions will utilize power point and accessible designs for inclusivity. Slides will be formatted with clean font (Verdana or Arial), minimum size 24, with strongly contrasting colors. Speakers will have slides available in PDF format, as well as pre-typed transcription of their session. 
LIVE Closed Captioning will be provided for all talks through Zoom.

 

Spanish translation is available!- To request, please email your ticket confirmation to SLAMAccessibility@gmail.com

 

Recordings available up to two weeks post conference.

For additional ADA accommodations please email organizer, Stephanie Zapata: StephanieSpeaksHere@gmail.com

 

FOR A FULL DESCRIPTION OF WORKSHOPS & Help understanding tickets:

 

DOWNLOAD PDF HERE: 

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TICKETING INFO:  After purchasing you will receive an automated receipt/confirmation email from Stripe.com. This confirms your place for the conference.

 

On January 22nd, 2022 all participants will receive an additional email with the CONFERENCE ZOOM LINK
 

The conference will take place in ONE zoom room so you do not have to worry about multiple logins or zoom links. 

Reminder not to worry if you do not receive an automatic message with the zoom link after purchasing. That will come in January when the room is live!