Things you shouldn’t ask a disabled person during Sex with Andrew Gurza
Andrew Gurza is an award winning Disability Awareness Consultant and the Chief Disability Officer and Co-founder of Handi, a sex toy company that puts pleasure within reach for disabled people. Drew uses he/they pronouns and identifies proudly as disabled. He has spoken all over the world on sex, disability and what it means to be a Queer Cripple. He is also the host of Disability After Dark: The Podcast Shining a Bright Light on Disability Stories.
The show is available on all platforms. Andrew is also the creator of the viral hashtag #DisabledPeopleAreHot.
Sex Talk with Ali Ahmed
For over a decade, Ali has successfully formed therapeutic relationships with individuals and couples assisting with stress, depression, anxiety, sexual orientation, sexual dysfunction, grief, and substance use. His person-centred approach helps you to find balance and the resilience to improve your ability to function better. He's a Registered Social Worker, with Master and Bachelor of Social Work degrees, and post-graduate certifications in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness Therapy, Interpersonal Mediation, and Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) for Couples, Trauma Counselling, and Motivational Interviewing.
Sex and the Intersections of Trauma and Oppression, with X. Sly Sarkisova
X. Sly Sarkisova, MSW, is a Toronto based queer and non binary trans-identified psychotherapist. Sly brings a deeply structural, pro-survivor lens to his work with people. Currently in his private practice, Sly provides consultation, training and clinical supervision on trauma informed integrative psychotherapy to organizations and individuals. Communities needing support related to relationships, identity, poly, kink, sex work, addictions, mental health and trauma related concerns see him for psychotherapy.
Sexy Sexual Health Trivia,
with Samantha Bitty!
Samantha Bitty is a sexual health/consent educator, speaker, quintuple fire sign and social change entrepreneur. With humour, empathy and liberation as central to her work, she uses games, drag, and media to push the boundaries of propriety and facilitate entry points into challenging conversations. Samantha prioritizes art, aesthetics and accessibility to teach sex-ed that is rooted in pleasure, anti-racism, disability justice, and is affirming to folks across the gender/sexuality spectrum and survivors of GBV. She is a sober, Trini Aries, born in Scarborough, On.