#SFS20 Upcoming Virtual Programs
We have made the decision to postpone this event and will use our voice to amplify the work of organizations working “on the ground” and opportunities to assist them or participate in their work.”
POSTPONED: What Would You Change? If not now, when?
It begins with a question: what makes people willing to risk their lives and others’ lives for a haircut or manicure? Our understanding of the novel coronavirus is limited. What is clear is that social isolation is the most effective way to minimize the risk of spreading the disease and overwhelming our resources. Salons are not considered essential, and yet people are adamant about having them open up before we have this pandemic under control.
Ricci Joy Levy and Rachel Klechevsky will discuss the survival mechanisms behind risk-taking for beauty and learning how to sit with discomfort. They will address how this discomfort is actually an avenue to self-actualization and a means for value clarification.
Collaborative Growth for a Post-COVID World
June 19 • 5:00 pm ET
Join us to find new ways to collaborate and find your confidence in a post-COVID world. Amberly Rothfield shares xir expertise with us!
F**k Me, I’m Awkward
June 24 • 8:00 pm ET
Join us for our first monthly Hump Night to get you through those Wednesday blues. Amberly Rothfield (xe/xir) will discuss tools to tell potential partners we want to get down in the sheets and ease nerves for those who are shy.
Book Club — Bound: A Daughter, a Domme, and an End-of-Life Story
June 27 • 3:00 pm ET
Join us for a discussion with author Elizabeth Anne Wood. Read the book and tune in to explore the intimacies of an aging woman’s lifestyle of kink and bondage and the importance of sex and pleasure, even when facing a life-threatening illness.