I know from my own experience that the path to a self-determined life in a heteronormative world still shaped by patriarchy is not an easy one, especially if you are out of the ordinary.
Since 2013, I have been dealing with sexuality academically, artistically, pedagogically and psychologically. I live a self-determined, sex- and body-positive*, intersectional, queer feminism that sees sexuality as a cultural quantity and wants to de-taboo it. I use the pronouns "she/her".
In addition to my self-employment, I work at a sexual health centre as a sex educator and sex counsellor. For 4 years I curated the art programme of Porny Days in Zurich, dealing primarily with the cultural, political and social aspects of sexuality.
Master in Contemporary Art Theory, Goldsmiths University London (specialising in post-pornography, queer theory, gender studies and feminism), CAS Sex Education in working with children and young people, HSLU, Yoga Teacher Training 200h, Body-Centred Psychological Counselling IKP in training., Sexocorporel in training Here you can get an insight into my portfolio.
Member of SGfB Swiss Association for Counselling
*The term "sex-positive" stands for an explicit acceptance of any consensual sexual activity among adults and for the promotion of sexual freedom and self-determination of every person.
*The term "body-positive" stands for an explicit acceptance of every body regardless of its capabilities.