workshops, seminars and trainings by samantha bitty!
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sex & relationships 101; 201
Practical guidance on communication, self-awareness, maintaining wholeness, and empathy in romantic relationships. Overview of sex, consent and pleasure. Introduces intersectional approaches to understanding sex and relationships. Includes a meditation and intention setting for relationship ideals. Q&A
Participants leave with tools for healthier relationships with themselves and others, handling rejection and increasing confidence in practicing consent.
sexual health education training
media literacy & healthy sexuality
Does media influence our sexual selves?! YES! How can we better critically think about the ways pornography, social media and pop culture, affects our pleasure, relationships, consent and communication? This interactive workshop uses video, memes, and more to invite participants to strengthen media literacy, unpack harmful sexual health/sexuality myths, stigmas, and promote consent culture.
STIs & communication
Do I have to tell? Overview of sexually transmitted infections - transmission, safer sex tools, testing. Unpacking STI stigma, and communication strategies for disclosure in a consent culture.
intro to birth control
There’s more than just the pill!? Up-to-date education session on birth control options available in Canada, fertility cycles, and decision making tools. Participants will learn about factors affecting access and decision making, such as lifestyle, immigration status, and privacy.
pleasure & consent
What is sex positivity/negativity and how does it affect an individual’s relationship to pleasure? How does mainstream messaging, gender, power, and other aspects of identity inform an understanding of consent? Participants will reflect on these concepts, and leave with practical tools for practicing consent in their relationships, and day-to-day lives.
The objective is for participants to arrive at their own empowered, informed values and decisions.
- invited to view these topics through an anti-oppression, and intersectional lens;
- encouraged to critically think about their assumptions/ideas;
- supported in unpacking what does not serve their overall health and well-being.
Topics can be presented as workshops or seminars/talks (audience size dependent).