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Tue, May 07



Am I Asexual? How Do I Know?

Explore the spectrum of asexuality, its characteristics, and self-discovery strategies.

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Am I Asexual? How Do I Know?
Am I Asexual? How Do I Know?

Time & Location

May 07, 2024, 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM

Denver, 1800 S Broadway, Denver, CO 80210, USA


About the event

In the "Am I Asexual? How Do I Know?" class, participants delve into the multifaceted spectrum of asexuality, gaining insights into its various characteristics and nuances. Through interactive discussions and informative sessions, individuals explore the diverse range of experiences within the asexual community, fostering a deeper understanding of asexuality as a valid and legitimate orientation.

The class provides a safe and inclusive space for self-exploration, encouraging participants to reflect on their own feelings, experiences, and identities. Through guided exercises and discussions, individuals gain tools and techniques to better understand their own sexual orientation and navigate questions related to asexuality, helping them to develop a clearer sense of self and identity.

By the end of the course, participants emerge with a greater sense of awareness and acceptance, equipped with valuable insights and strategies for self-discovery. Whether confirming their asexual identity or simply gaining a better understanding of asexuality, attendees leave the class with newfound knowledge and confidence in navigating their own unique journey of sexual orientation.

About the Instructor: Fawn O’Breitzman has been a college professor for over 20 years. She specializes in issues of Sex and Gender and presents at conferences all around the country. She does inclusion training for businesses and has worked with everyone from hospitals to construction yards to help companies make sure they are providing the best and most respectful care to their clients. She is a lesbian, a teacher, and a parent, and loves talking others about gender more than anything else in the world.

Spaces are limited, so reserve your spot now. Our classes are research-based and educational, but are not meant to replace expert medical advice or care. All of our classes are for people 18 years of age and older.

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