Have you ever found yourself in the uncomfortable position of sitting in a group of people having a conversation about you as if you weren’t there?
For many people, this is their experience when it comes to sex, sexuality and bodies.
Too often because of peoples identity, physical appearance or ability their experiences and desires are left out of the conversation leaving their bodies to be sexualised or desexualised without consent.
Join us for Invisible, an open discussion with people from a range of communities who are often left out of the conversation when it comes to sex, sexuality and bodily autonomy all because of their identities, bodies or lifestyle.
The event aims to discuss some of the recurring challenges and experiences in peoples lives as they move through the world and how we as a community can support them and work towards ending some of the stigma and misinformation that still exists in this world.
Don't miss this event with a stellar panel and prizes up for grabs, thanks to ⭐️Glyde Global!⭐️
- Tilly Lawless (she/her)
- Rainbow (she/her)
- Shoshana Rosenburg (they/none)
- Joel Murray (they/them)
- Arshad Aman Mohamed (he/they)
- Dominic Guerrera (he/him)
Please be aware that the event will be discussing the lived experience of those living with HIV, engage in Sex Work, Identify as LGBTIQ+, who have experienced abuse and trauma and have been raised within a wide variety of cultural backgrounds including religious communities.
The speakers on this panel can only speak on their own experiences and do not represent the experiences of all people from their community.
Some of the content discussed may be challenging to some guests and we urge you to move through these themes with care and consideration.
There will be an opportunity for guests to submit their own questions for the panel to discuss however we ask that guests remain respectful of speakers boundaries and privacy.
We acknowledge that UNSW campuses reside on the unceded territory of the Bedegal (Kensington campus), Gadigal (City and Paddington campuses) and Ngunnawal peoples (Canberra) who are the Traditional Owners of the lands where each campus of UNSW is situated.
We show our respects to the traditional custodians of these lands, pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging and acknowledge that event guests will be joining us from a variety of locations and encourage our guests to take a moment to acknowledge the lands on which they reside.
Sovereignty has never been ceded. It Always was, and always will be, Aboriginal land.