Autumn is a time of transition and this September, as the air started to cool, we turned inward. We explored what truly great sex education could look like. We took an intimate journey into the home gallery of one woman’s 30-year career in erotic art. We interviewed Kenya Troutman at the DC Department of Public Health about their new, free at-home HIV testing. And we glimpsed into the supreme weirdness of dating during the COVID-19 pandemic. There’s no denying that the current times are weird, but we’re glad you could join us on these fascinating interior journeys.
- We shared DC’s new, free at-home HIV and STI testing!
Starting TODAY, DC Residents will have two 🆕 testing opportunities with https://t.co/wsYPJkq7VS.
— DC Beings (@dcbeings) September 8, 2020
2. We shared the wise insights of erotic artist Traci Barlow.
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Meet @TraciBartlow: Artist. Business woman. Property owner. Sexual being. Traci's recent exhibition, "My Life in Nudes," is an ode to being a Black woman and embracing one's sexuality. Check out our blog for a tour of Tracy's work as told by @hd_tsd and to read more about Traci's amazing career as an artist. (She was featured on @HBO's Real Sex, yall!) Link in bio. #DCBeings #SeuxalBeing #Artist #BlackArtists #Creatives #RealSex
3. And we celebrated bisexual awareness week!
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Despite being the largest group in the LGBTQIA+ community, bisexuals are discriminated against from all sides. But bisexual awareness week happens every year in September to raise awareness about and boost the confidence of bi people everywhere. How did you celebrate this year? Tell us on IG!