Sept. 19: Queer Orientation: Reclaiming Pleasure for Queer Survivors and Allies with Marlee Liss

This virtual workshop on Reclaiming Pleasure will be facilitated by award-winning Somatic Educator, Restorative Justice Advocate, and Speaker Marlee Liss as a part of Queer Orientation at the University of Toronto. We’ll be talking about understanding trauma responses and trauma-informed intimacy skills, sifting out authentic desires from societal sexual scripts, building associations between pleasure and safety, and more. 

Join us virtually on Tuesday, September 19, from 11 a.m. – 12 p.m. ET.

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About Marlee Liss

Marlee is an award-winning speaker, restorative justice advocate, author, somatic educator and lesbian Jewish feminist. She made history in the justice system when her sexual assault case became the 1st in North America to conclude with restorative justice through the courts. Since then, she has supported thousands of women and non-binary folk in healing shame and transforming trauma. With a degree in Social Work and certifications in Somatic Sex Education and trauma-informed Yoga, Marlee’s work has been featured in Forbes, Huff Post, Buzzfeed, the Mel Robbins Show and more.