What we're about
We are a friendly group of Sensual And Spiritual Bi-Sexual Women that come together for fun gatherings to create new friends and make new memories. This group caters to all Bi-Sexual, Bi-Curious and Lesbian partnered or single women.
We will host brunches, dinner parties, movie nights, hikes, retreats, and inspirational personal growth workshops to create a happier life. We will go to festivals and enjoy the city and have wine nights! We look forward to introducing you to a great group of women that love life!
The Spiritual side of this group is open to all ages, backgrounds and beliefs. This is not a dogmatic religious group. We are open to expressing our sexual desires without shame or guilt.
We appreciate our Bi-Sexual uniqueness of being a two-spirited soul that carries the masculine and feminine energies. We honor each other and our special journey this lifetime.
This is a safe group where we can express who we are and not feel judged or segregated. All women of all nationalities are invited to join us! Whether you are extrovert or introvert we will offer a warm and welcoming atmosphere for you to create new friendships.
Here is the background to for why I created this group:
The Native Americans believed that a person who was able to see the world through the eyes of both genders at the same time was a gift from The Creator.
Traditionally, Two Spirit people held positions within their tribes that earned them great respect, such as Medicine Men/Women, shamans, visionaries, mystics, conjurers, keepers of the tribe’s oral traditions, conferrers of lucky names for children and adults (it has been said that Crazy Horse received his name from a Winkte), nurses during war expeditions, cooks, matchmakers and marriage counselors, jewelry/feather regalia makers, potters, weavers, singers/artists in addition to adopting orphaned children and tending to the elderly.
Female-bodied Two Spirits were hunters, warriors, engaged in what was typically men’s work and by all accounts, were always fearless. Traditional Native Americans closely associate Two Spirited people with having a high functioning intellect (possibly from a life of self-questioning), keen artistic skills and an exceptional capacity for compassion.
Rather than being social dead-enders as within Euro-American culture today, they were allowed to fully participate within traditional tribal social structures.
Two Spirit people, specifically male-bodied (biologically male, gender female) could go to war and have access to male activities such as the sweat lodge.
Within this culture it was considered highly offensive to approach a Two Spirit for the purpose of them performing the traditional role of their biological gender.
Here is the link for this article: https://indiancountrymedianetwork.com/news/opinions/two-spirits-one-heart-five-genders/
You are loved and appreciated in our group and we look forward to meeting you at our next fun event! Renessa ~