Northwestern University Hosts ‘BDSM’ Event For Black History Month

Northwestern University Hosts ‘BDSM’ Event For Black History Month


Northwestern University’s multicultural center is hosting a “BDSM FUNdamentals” workshop titled “unBound: Black Sexual Liberation” in light of Black History Month. 

According to a report from the Washington Free Beacon, the event is hosted by an individual who goes by the name Vee and also by the name Elecrt0papi. Vee uses the pronouns “they” and “she.” Vee considers themselves to be a “two spirit Black and Indigenous facilitator and healer.” 

The event description says that Vee studies “kink, polyamory, and communication in an effort to develop their keen awareness of the future they want to build with multiple co-conspirators in love by reclaiming the body through pleasure practices.” 

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“Participants will be introduced to the ways that the body can harness BDSM play … as a tool of reclamation,” the description reads. “The role of healing in this process will forefront the presentation.” 

The event is part of the multicultural center’s larger programming for Black History Month. Other events include

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