Leather Legacies: Reflections and Ruminations on Our Collective History and Future on the Fringe

Join us every Thursday at 2pm Central for community conversations on issues of special significance to the leather and kink communities. Each week will feature a noted community leader to lead the discussion, with opportunities for questions and comments from all attending. Programs take place via Zoom and can be accessed from a smartphone, tablet, laptop or desktop computer. You can download the free Zoom app if you wish, or just connect via your web browser. No account is necessary to join a Zoom event. All programs are free, and open to anyone ages 18 and over.
Events can be accessed starting 15 minutes prior to program start time at
April 30th- Mistress Mia Action: Building Connection between the BDSM Community & Sex Workers
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Mistress Mia will discuss how and why sex workers are a necessary part of alternative sexuality communities, and how they enrich and add value the lives of kinky people everywhere. We will discuss the intersections between lifestyle kink and sex work communities and how the lifestyle community can support sex workers.

Mistress Mia Action is a Philadelphia-based Dominatrix, kinky artist, BDSM educator and community organizer. She has facilitated workshops on kink and sex work at the Leather Archives & Museum, The Velvet Lily, Haverford College, Kean University, the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and Drexel University, and offers private lifestyle coaching. Mia is heavily involved in BDSM community and donates much her time to lifestyle events. She runs several events in Philadelphia such as Flow Munch, the Philadelphia Power Exchange Roundtable and Radical Perverts Potluck. She also co-teaches “Welcome to the Kink Community'' at Philly Music Hall.

You can learn more about Mistress Mia here:
Twitter: @servemiaaction
Instagram: @servemiaaction
Fetlife: MiaACTION
Don't miss these upcoming Zoom Leather Legacy programs!

May 7th, 2pm Central - David K. Johnson, author of The Lavender Scare and Buying Gay
May 14th, 2pm - Heather Raquel Phillips, interdisciplinary artist & independent curator living and working in Philadelphia.
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