conversations on binary & exclusivity — in love, sex & relationships
Questioning the perceptions that we have about binarity and exclusivity in sex and relationships, and bringing an intersectional deconstruction of cisheteronormativity in the mix.
Looking for ways to individually and collectively confront and eliminate the factors, taboos and shame that can lead to feeling different or even feeling ostracized when one's choices or preferences fall outside the nuclear and binary prism of the exclusive (cishetero)normative relationship.
Sex therapist and life coach Irma Somanza will delve into how they deal with these issues within their respective practices, during a conversation with educator and author Olave Nduwanje.
Burundi-born Olave Nduwanje identifies as a gender non-conforming trans woman (pronouns: she/her/hers). She is a published author, legal scholar and educator. Nduwanje has provided literary contributions to the following titles: Zwart-Afro-Europese literatuur uit de Lage Landen (2018), De Goede Immigrant (2020) and Being Imposed Upon (2020). Since 2019, she lives and loves in Brussels.