Sex Education in ASL is now offering online workshops!
All workshops were developed based on the feedback from past participants and community members striving for continued education and equitable investment in the interpreting field. With a wide variety of sexuality topics to choose from, our workshops are specifically designed for ASL professionals and community members.
All workshops will be live and interactive with various activities. In 2020, Zoom fatigue is real, but rest assured with Bethany’s dynamic presentation style and the use of hands-on activities, breakout room discussions, bio breaks, and polls to participate, workshops will be engaging and educational.
All workshops will be held virtually via ZOOM. You'll need a computer with a strong and stable internet connection (minimum of 5MB download speed). You can test your internet speed before registering here. (linked attached) You will receive more information about the workshop once you are registered. If you do not see an email in your inbox, please check your junk/spam folder for an email from email@example.com.
Workshops will not be recorded for later viewing.
Discount Code for DDBDDHHLD & BBIPOC Communities
Sex Education in ASL offer a 20% discount for Deaf, DeafBlind, DeafDisabled, Hard of Hearing, and Late-Deafened folks and/or individuals identifying as Black, Brown, Indigenous, or a Person of Color.
Use the discount code LIBERATION20 if you identify as Deaf, DeafBlind, DeafDisabled, Hard of Hearing, & Late-Deafened, and/or Black, Brown, Indigenous, and/or a Person of Color.
10% of all workshop proceeds will be donated to a Deaf or interpreter non-profit organization. A different organization will be selected for each workshop. If your organization is interested in receiving donations, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Fri, Mar 05Zoom Webinar
- Fri, Mar 05Zoom Webinar
- Sun, Mar 14Zoom Webinar
- Thu, Mar 25Zoom WebinarMar 25, 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM CDTZoom WebinarDeaf individuals who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, asexual, or queer face numerous significant barriers in accessing healthcare. Their healthcare experience is more challenging than they need to be if interpreters do not evaluate their own biases.
- Wed, Mar 31Zoom WebinarMar 31, 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM CDTZoom WebinarIt is critical for ASL interpreters to use a trauma-informed and inclusive approach in their work. By utilizing key ingredients of trauma-informed awareness, Deaf and Hard of Hearing consumers are more likely to have a better sexual health care experience and feel empowered and motivated.