Our third Possibilities Self-Care Meeting is scheduled for June.
This month we’re going to talk about our narratives – what we learned about bisexual/pansexual/asexuality from the culture around us, how we found the narratives that felt wholehearted and healing for ourselves, and what we still struggle with when thinking about our stories around orientation and identity.
This will be a discussion of self-definition and self-authoring in the context of occasionally hostile and often ignorant broader culture narratives about what it means to be queer like us. We will also talk about self-care strategies to help get ourselves through the sometimes difficult process of discovering and reframing narratives of queerness, particularly narratives of bisexuality/pansexuality/asexuality.
Our June meeting will be on June 27, from 6:30-8:30 PM at the Nicholls Family Library, in the program room upstairs. There will be snacks, conversation, and, most importantly, community.
We have a new focus on self-care and self-storying for the b+ community (bisexual, pansexual, and asexual, with an intentional focus on trans inclusion), and a new framework for sustainability (you can now support this work by backing the Patreon at http://www.patreon.com/sostarselfcare).
There is no cost to attend.
This is an intentionally queer, feminist, anti-oppressive space. The discussion will be open, as they always were, to all genders and orientations, as well as all abilities, educational levels, classes, body types, ethnicities – basically, if you’re a person, you’re welcome!
It is important to note that Possibilities Calgary is a community discussion group and not a dating group.