Hedo Feminista is a portfolio of essays, books, communication workshops, and social entrepreneur resources addressing issues related to sexuality, gender, race, culture, diversity and social identity politics.
In many professional, social, or intimate settings, when we communicate with people who are different from us, it can sometimes feel challenging.
Nobody wants to be accused of intolerance or prejudice. So we continually self censor ourselves because we are afraid of offending especially if the other person is from a "marginalized" group.
This two-way sensitivity often results in less communication between people. And when people from different groups don't communicate it can actually lead to more misunderstandings between different groups in the long run. We see that in the current divisiveness in America and many other countries in the world.
It is often through free and open conversations with people of different races, genders, and other social identities, that solutions to the many problems facing society can be found. Hedo Feminista emphasizes free speech and empowerment rather than a victim-based approach to equality when dealing with issues such as education, sexuality, economics and violence.
i. Social Identity Play: Diversity and Free Speech Workshops
- Private Zoom Sessions. Many individuals wish to learn communication tools that maximize free speech while respecting individual diversity. They may feel uncomfortable in a larger workshop because they have work or social situations involving race, gender and so on which they wish to discuss privately. They may also be interested in learning about one the most controversial fetishes, Race Play. We discuss and give guidelines for ethical race play or gender play. No matter which race, gender, orientation or other identity groups you are part of, we provide ethical guidelines on how to play with our social identities in the bedroom.
- Social Identity Play Communication Workshop. This is an entertaining discussion workshop, hosted by Mojo on having open conversations with people from different demographic groups. Instead of walking on eggshells, individuals can enjoy communication in with diverse people in social or professional settings. We teach how to personalize rather than politicize offense which tends to deescalate tensions that can arise when someone feels offended by a joke or criticism they feel is sexist, homophobic, racist and so on.
Our goal is to encourage friendly conversation and debate about about any subject in a world of diversity while still maintaining respect for personal sensitivities. This is a useful skill to have in these divided times.
These books are being written with volunteer editors from around the world. Members receive full access to all books and articles. Members can also read our ebooks while they are still Draft Manuscripts and give live critiques or input.