Gender Mapping Workshop with Project SAFE and Songs of Ourselves

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Join us for a virtual event hosted by Songs of Ourselves, sponsored by Project S.A.F.E. 

In this workshop, participants will begin to examine their personal gender journey through confronting the ways gender expectations are modeled and enforced. Participants will discuss how experiencing gender-based violence can contribute to the ways in which individuals think about themselves. After doing this reflection, participants will have the opportunity to turn their feelings into art by creating a gender map that showcases significant points from their gender journey throughout their life.

This healing activity results in a visual timeline that can look a variety of different ways based on the participant’s own creativity. Examples will be provided. The workshop will end with an optional opportunity for participants to share their maps. 

Presenter: Sage Mitchell (he/they) is a queer and trans writer with a degree in Literature, Language, and Writing from Eastern Michigan University. He has written two zines that includes highlights of his work, Writing Prompts for Queer Self Discovery and Writing Through Transition.

Since June 2020, Sage has taught writers all over the world through Songs of Ourselves, a writing community focused on the healing possibilities of writing for LGBTQIA+ people. They have presented workshops for groups like Trans* Lounge, Michigan Organization on Adolescent Sexual Health, Transcend the Binary, and more. You can learn more about his work at 

Please use the Zoom link provided to register for this virtual event.

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