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Wed, Sep 20


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Online Two Spirit- IndigeQueer Talking Circle with Roger Kuhn

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Online Two Spirit- IndigeQueer Talking Circle with Roger Kuhn
Online Two Spirit- IndigeQueer Talking Circle with Roger Kuhn

Time & Location

Sep 20, 2023, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM PDT

Zoom Event

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Two Spirit Talking Circle with Dr. Roger Kuhn

Wednesday September 20th

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Please  join our IndigeQueer and Two Spirit community for this online talking  circle with Dr. Roger Kuhn. This is our time to circle up, reconnect,  and focus on our individual and community wellness. Our circle's theme  is Reclaiming Pleasure.

BAAITS presents this series of Talking  Circles in response to community requests. These circles are created by  and for Two Spirit, IndigeQueer, and Indigenous TG/GNC LGBQIA+ peoples,  and we ask everyone who attends to be respectful of this focus.

There  is no cost for our circles! We will host a monthly circle featuring  different facilitators during the year. Please follow us on Instagram,  Facebook, and Eventbrite to receive notices of our upcoming programming.


FOR ONLINE PARTICIPATION: Here are a few points to consider for our time together in circle:

*Quiet Space: Try to find yourself a quiet comfortable location to join us from where you can focus and be fully present.

*Sacred  Space: You may wish to prepare your space if you can, by burning  medicine to clear it out, lighting a candle, or do other grounding  practices.

*Self Care: It's always good to have water or tea ready  for yourself. Sometimes circles can bring up emotions, so we often have  tissue close at hand to help with our healing tears.

Bay Area  American Indian Two-Spirits (BAAITS) exists to restore and recover the  role of Two-Spirit people within the American Indian/First Nations  community by creating a forum for the spiritual, cultural and artistic  expression of Two-Spirit people.


Dr. Roger Kuhn is a Poarch Creek  Two-Spirit Indigequeer soma-cultural sex therapist and sexuality  educator. Roger’s work explores the concepts of decolonizing and  unsettling sexuality and focuses on the way culture impacts and informs  our bodily experiences. In addition to his work as a licensed  psychotherapist and AASECT certified sex therapist, Roger is a musician,  artist, and faculty lecturer of American Indian Studies at San  Francisco State University. He is a board member of the American Indian  Cultural Center of San Francisco, board member of the Bay Area American  Indian Two-Spirits, and a board member of the Two-Spirit & Native  LGBTQ+ Center for Equity. and

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