Genital Show and Tell
Tell us the Story of your Genitals
Shame or acceptance. It is not easy growing up with genitals in body phobic cultures, but it could be.
We create a safe, light-hearted and guided space where there is freedom to show and speak about genitals.
This is about coming together in our shared humanity to reconnect with the innocence and simplicity of our bodies and the stories that they hold.
Items to Bring
- A sarong or towel to lie on
Interactive and Experiential parts
This is a clothing optional workshop.
The whole workshop is somatic. We teach through engaging the participants through embodied work, and reflecting on that. There is no presentation.
There are activities that engage the interpersonal neurobiology to create a sense of safety and connection where curiosity can emerge.
This workshop includes down regulating activities, guided meditation and a group discussion about shame and genitals. There is a ritual where a few people can choose to show and tell other people something about their genitals. The activities leading up to this create a sense of community, safety and authentic curiosity to listen from a place of respect, interest and allowing. In this workshop you have the opportunity to show and tell, which brings down the level of challenge.
Core Benefits for Participants of this Session
- Moving through shame
- Normalising bodies
- Working through body/ genital image issues
- Creating community
- Empowerment from collectively creating a safe space
- Experience the authentic possibility that public space can become safe enough to talk about and show your genitals