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Alex Sebastian Morgan

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Alex Sebastian Morgan (they/them/their) is a sex, gender, and relationship coach, a sexual rights advocate, and a sacred intimate. Alex began their work in sexuality in 2004 as a professional switch (both dominant and submissive). Backed by 15 years of experience working directly with a variety of bodies and sexualities—and with clients’ most intimate truths—their work evolved by referral into sex and kink education (since 2009), private coaching, and sacred intimate work.

A believer that pleasure, relationships, and authentic, embodied self-expression have the power to radically transform us, Alex presents internationally on relationships, kink, sexuality, gender, sex workers’ rights, and related policy issues at venues ranging from private workshops to public organizations, Stanford to SXSW. They co-facilitate monthly consent-focused sex culture events with Liam Marcus on both the East and West Coast, including the QTies Queer & Trans Play Party.

Alex is passionate about sharing the power and tender vulnerability that come from blending kink and mindfulness, and has been teaching sacred sex practices from an LGBTQIA+ inclusive perspective since 2012. Their teachers include Barbara Carrellas (Urban Tantra Professional Training Program), Shawn Roop (Tantra Counselor Course), Reid Mihalko (Sex Geek Summer Camp, various workshops), Trudi LeBron (Equity and Diversity in Coaching), and both studying and co-facilitating with Monique Darling.

Alex is available for individual and couples coaching or sacred intimate sessions face to face at their Bay Area practice, in the DC area each month, or worldwide via phone and video call. Follow them at http://AlexSMorgan.com.

Yes, All Genders: How to Normalize and Include Trans Bodies and Pleasure in Adult Sex Ed

August 16 @ 2:45 pm - 4:15 pm

Presenters: Alex Sebastian Morgan, Liam Marcus

While trans rights are making huge strides globally at present, many sexual health and pleasure resources for adults still reference "male" and "female" sexuality in ways that link genitals with gender experience. Transgender men, women, and non-binary individuals-as well as their partners-are often left out of sexuality workshops and sexual health messaging, in part because educators aren't sure how to best address their needs without alienating a general audience. Transgender sex educators Alex S. Morgan and Liam Marcus have crisscrossed…

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