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Rebecca Jay, LCSW (they/them)

Rebecca Jay, LCSW (they/them)


Rebecca Jay (they/them) is a social worker, therapist, and sex educator who works predominantly with the alt-sex, neurodivergent, and LGBTQIA+ communities. They are the co-founder of Glittergasm Events, LLC, a Philadelphia-based queer play party company. They are the co-author of the book “It’s called Polyamory” Coming Out About Your Nonmonogamous Relationships. They are a writer who addresses issues of polyamory, cancer, sex education, and mental illness. Rebecca has spoken at CatalystCon East, West, and Midwest, Poly For All Seasons, AwesomeCon, Rocky Mountain Poly Living, Atlanta Poly Weekend, InfinityCon, Sex Down South, DragonCon, and Woodhull Sexual Freedom Summit. As always, they are working on their next book.

Neurospicy and Polyamorous: Many Loves, Diagnoses, and Needs (CEU)

April 14, 2024

Polyamory opens many pathways to exploring relationships to many people. Those explorations often help to connect us to individuals who have needs that can run counter to our own. Join us as we explore the ways we can prioritize needs, hold ourselves personally accountable without dismissing our relationship responsibility, and create spaces of mutual care and trust.

Attention Deficit BDSM: Using Kink to Manage ADHD Symptoms (CEU)

April 13, 2024

Individuals with an ADHD diagnosis often struggle with task initiation and completion. However, the motivators to alleviate these symptoms often lose novelty quickly, and leave individuals feeling “stuck”. Join us in learning why BDSM can help your favorite ADHD-er with symptoms, and access tangible ways to implement this into your dynamic as a top or a bottom!

Playing Visibly and Invisibly: Hosting Accessible Sexual Events (CEU)

April 12, 2024

When planning inclusive sexuality events, there are a great deal of considerations to be made. How can we plan events that are joyful and sexy, while also being focused on ensuring that they are accessible? How can we ensure that events we create represent  the characteristics and uphold the values of the communities we are working to create? Most importantly, why aren’t there more accessible events? Join Rachael and Rebecca, the co-founders of Glittergasm Events, LLC, a queer event company as they talk about the barriers, pitfalls, joys and triumphs of creating accessible community events.

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