Queering Surrender: Expanding, Embodying, Remembering

Proposed by Jasmine Lin (they/them) and Jenevieve Ting (they/them) “Queering Surrender: Expanding, Embodying, Remembering” is a practice / sanctuary / gathering for QTBIPOC to reconnect with the agency, pleasure, possibility, and bigness of our bodies. To surrender is to give…

Queering Surrender: Expanding, Embodying, Remembering

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Proposed by Jasmine Lin (they/them) and Jenevieve Ting (they/them)

“Queering Surrender: Expanding, Embodying, Remembering” is a practice / sanctuary / gathering for QTBIPOC to reconnect with the agency, pleasure, possibility, and bigness of our bodies. To surrender is to give up, to give in, to allow. Queerness is a tender, passionate refusal — of straight time, linearity, binary, categorization. How do capitalism, colonialism, and cisheteronormativity inform the ways we live in, perceive, or erase our bodies? This ASSEMBLY places the QTBIPOC body at the center — acknowledging it as a dynamic place where potential and transformation can be actualized and felt, where we can re-learn our autonomy and re-member our possibility. Our individual movements are not at all separate from our collective movements, and building on mutual resistance, reciprocity, and protection becomes even more powerful in the context of a community, a Sangha, an assembly. Together, we can remember,  embody, and imagine ourselves beyond — from being, to being more.

This assembly will combine reflective reading, writing, and discussion prompts with  action-based embodiment and movement practices that allow participants to have a more felt understanding of theoretical concepts, expanding our ability to think with the body and feel with the mind.

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