Wednesday, July 13th

Accessible Intimacies: Disability Justice In Intimate Performance

This workshop will introduce the liberation framework, Disability Justice, to the field of Intimacy Coordination and Choreography and will explore the expansive ways to apply its principles in order to curate accountable accessibility in the field and better representation of the disabled community in our media.

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Sunday, July 17th

Race, Power & Intersectionality For The Global Majority

This workshop is specifically designed for people who identify as Black, Brown, Asian, Indigenous, Arab and Middle Eastern, Latinx, and as members of other non-black, non-white communities. These communities total about 80% or the majority of the world's population. They are known as the Global Majority. 

We'll examine personal power, apply the frameworks of Racial Justice and Intersectionality, and curate accountable and repeatable anti-racist practices.

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 Thursday, July 21st

Race, Power & Intersectionality 

In this workshop, participants will examine their own proximity to race-based personal power and engage in the practice of applying the frameworks of Racial Justice and Intersectionality to curate active, accountable, and repeatable anti-racist practices in the field of Intimacy Coordination and Choreography.

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Meet Your Instructor

Mx. Chelsey Morgan (they/them) is an Afro-Latinx, Autistic, and Queer sexuality educator, intimacy coordinator, and Cultural Sensitivity Specialist. They’ve held a diverse career in media, television, film, and theatrical productions to modern dance, ballet, and circus. Chelsey teaches courses on sexuality, transformative accountability, trauma-informed practices plus Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion on a variety of platforms. They specialize in trauma-informed, inclusive sex, kink and identity education, mental health advocacy, theatrical intimacy choreography, and intimacy coordination for film and television with an emphasis on scenes of BDSM and Kink, LGBTQ+ populations, Non-monogamy, and scenes of non-consent. Their work focuses on curating justice-centered, emboldening spaces guided by the intersectional, disability justice, and transformative justice frameworks developed by the black women and the black trans scholars who have come before them. To learn more about their work you can find them on Instagram at MxCMorgan or their website at


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