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Power Dynamics for Radical Relationships

Price

$15

Duration

60 min

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About the Course

Power dynamics allow us to live in resistance to the idea that relationship problems are pathologically irresolvable. That “women are like this” & “marriage is like that” & “men are just men.” Bring EVERYTHING to the discussion table—repeatedly. Open discourse, honest engagement, & compassionate listening are key to resolving conflict. Are all conflicts resolvable? Of course not. But are most relationship problems essentially irresolvable? Absolutely not.

Your Instructor

Sera Miles

Sera Miles is CEO of People Exchanging Power (PEP). Human sexuality courses at the University of New Mexico, Southwestern College, and University of Denver have welcomed her as a guest speaker; she’s presented at Texas Tech, Central New Mexico Community College, DomConLA and DomConNOLA, Beat Me in St Louis, Northwest Leather Celebration, and Behind Closed Doors in Tucson; and taught workshops for various groups and sex shoppes across the United States. In 2016, the Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners (SANE) of New Mexico invited Sera to speak about BDSM at their annual conference, and the following year, Sera served as the BDSM adviser to the New Mexico Strangulation Task Force. Sera has appeared in numerous fetish videos, some so ancient they require a VCR, and she stars in "Bonetown" and "Bonecraft," the world's first pornographic computer games. For six vibrant years, Sera led New Mexico FetLifers, a social networking group she founded, and which produced the conference "Evolution of the Revolution." She co-founded New Mexico's Sex Workers Outreach Project chapter and organized Albuquerque’s events for the International Day to End Violence against Sex Workers (aka Red Umbrella Day) from 2009 to 2015. Sera, by invitation, spoke at the 2018 March for Trans Rights in Albuquerque, which was an honor that she works to be worthy of. The United Court of Sandias bestowed upon Sera the lifetime title, “Inspiration of the Sandias,” and in 2018, she co-chaired UCS’ Year of the Woman committee, where she spear-headed the #periodpositive project, collecting menstruation supplies to help under-served communities, and working to dismantle cultural shame about periods. Sera identifies as a demisexual leather D-type, in addition to the identities of activist, editor, type-A personality, sex worker, and Leo Dragon.

Follow Me? Connect w/ me on Twitter, FetLife, Instagram, &/or Facebook. I am generally NSFW on Twitter. I bounce on & off fb, sometimes of my own accord, other times b/c fb locks me out.

Sera Miles
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