New Guard Educational Series: Stronger Me, Stronger Us

  • 15 Feb 2020
  • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • Bargoonga Nganjin, Seminar Room 1, 182-186 St Georges Road, North Fitzroy 3068
  • 20


  • General Admission tickets will be available for purchase from Saturday 24 January 2020.
  • Member discounted pricing. Members can register guests at $20 per guest.

Registration is closed

Stronger Me, Stronger Us

Last November, VLI’s first president, Nathan Nießen, committed suicide. While the combination of contributing factors are different for everyone, at times many of us feel distress, alienation, loneliness, despair, and being overwhelmed. These can be compounded when we are gender and sexually diverse, enjoy power dynamics, or practice BDSM. How do we care for ourselves, and for each other?

Our first New Guard Education Series for 2020 is a workshop designed by queer- and kink-friendly psychologist Vikki Sinnott to help participants weather life. The program includes reflection, optional participation, tools, strategies, handouts, and resources for afterwards.

Places at the Stronger Me, Stronger Us event are strictly limited.

VLI thanks Vikki for donating her time and knowledge. All proceeds will go to Switchboard.

Switchboard Victoria provides peer-driven support services for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and gender diverse, intersex, queer and asexual (LGBTIQA+) people, their families, allies and communities. 


This is a ticketed event and ticket sales open to members first. Tickets are available for purchase by members at a discounted price so if you're not already a member, you can Join VicLeather now and check out our Membership Benefits to see what else we have on offer. New members will be eligible for the discounted tickets once membership has been approved. 

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