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Whore-lo-ween

BIPOC-AIC Host “Whore-lo-ween” Panel To Promote and Inform on the Significance and Benefits of Sex Magic For Black and Brown Performers
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Whore-lo-ween

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Oct 08, 2020, 6:00 PM
Online

About the Event

BIPOC-AIC Host “Whore-lo-ween” Panel To Promote and Inform on the  Significance and Benefits of Sex Magic For Black and Brown Performers

United  States (August 21, 2020) – The Black, Indigenous and People of Color  Adult Industry Collective (BIPOC-AIC) are hosting “Whore-lo-ween”, a  panel of BIPOC sex magic practitioners on October 8, 2020 at 8 PM EST / 5  PM PST to demystify sex magic for Black and Brown communities.Speakers  include Rho Opulance, Xerlina Devine, Nikki Morgan, Dani Rose, Valerie  Lynn and moderated by Lasha Lane.

Sex magic—or the practice of any  type of sexual activity combined with magical, ritualistic or otherwise  religious and spiritual pursuits for a desired result—is a taboo topic  for many People of Color as the pagan roots of the practice directly  challenge the colonized perceptions of spirituality and Eurocentric  religious ritual.

This panel will contextualize and define sex  magic through the practitioners’ unique experiences while facilitating  the connection to ancestral practices within a sincere and judgment-free  space.

By revealing timeframes and environments to practice sex  magic in; tools to utilize; consent examples in practicing; and the  power and duality available within practicing both partnered and solo  sex magic, this discussion will broaden the scope of how to fully  destigmatize a series of practices that can unlock and channel the power  rooted in indigenous spirituality.

The BIPOC-AIC empowers adult  performers, content creators and sex workers through career development,  skill share, and mutual aid in order to prevent vulnerability and the  need to accept unfair business and working conditions.

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