What we're about

This is a group for survivors of childhood sexual abuse; it is also a group for sex positive, kink, and kinky supporters to talk, learn, and help one another.
The group is meant to empower survivors to be more than just being strong & healthy, but also how to stay sex positive.

How can we have a healthy sex life without letting these experiences impact us in a negative way? We will discuss just that, and how our experiences affect us sexually, how we can use our kinks to deal with our trauma. We’ll talk about triggering consequences that can affect our experience & alternative methods that we can use in safe and consensual way.

If you are a survivor, the first step is to talk with someone about it; either a trusted friend &/or a counselor. If your lived experience is threatening to destroy your relationship, you should tell your partner about it. Therapy can help you understand the patterns in your life created by the abuse, including the ways it has been affecting you.

For someone attempting to face these complex issues the importance of having acceptance and unconditional, non-judgmental support cannot be understated. It is the abusive and negative interpersonal interactions that created the pain and it is the supportive and affirming ones that have the power to lift it. In general, childhood sexual abuse survivors tend to either pursue sex recklessly as adults or to forgo sex completely. This group is to help avoid this.

Abuse hurts, and discussing experiences with others who have had similar experiences, aids in the healing process. We will have monthly events. This group is open to people of all genders, dynamics, and sexual orientations.

This is a group for survivors of childhood sexual abuse; it is also a group for sex positive
The group is meant to empower survivors to be more than just being strong & healthy, but also how to stay sex positive.

Upcoming events (5)

This is a group for survivors of childhood sexual abuse, staying sex positive.

Childhood Fractured HQ Coffee House

This is a group for survivors of childhood sexual abuse; it is also a group for sex positive, kink, and kinky supporters to talk, learn, and help one another. The group is meant to empower survivors to be more than just being strong & healthy, but also how to stay sex positive. How can we have a healthy sex life without letting these experiences impact us in a negative way? We will discuss just that, and how our experiences affect us sexually, how we can use our kinks to deal with our trauma. We’ll talk about triggering consequences that can affect our experience & alternative methods that we can use in safe and consensual way. If you are a survivor, the first step is to talk with someone about it; either a trusted friend &/or a counselor. If your lived experience is threatening to destroy your relationship, you should tell your partner about it. Therapy can help you understand the patterns in your life created by the abuse, including the ways it has been affecting you. For someone attempting to face these complex issues the importance of having acceptance and unconditional, non-judgmental support cannot be understated. It is the abusive and negative interpersonal interactions that created the pain and it is the supportive and affirming ones that have the power to lift it. In general, childhood sexual abuse survivors tend to either pursue sex recklessly as adults or to forgo sex completely. This group is to help avoid this. Abuse hurts, and discussing experiences with others who have had similar experiences, aids in the healing process. We will have monthly events. This group is open to people of all genders, dynamics, and sexual orientations.

Art is the new Kink

Childhood Fractured HQ Coffee House

Come talk about and explore ways that we can make art a kink. Will be planning art events that involving kink and kink events involving art. What we will be doing: planning erotic art shows, performances, happenings, keeping them sex-positive, educational, & consent responsible. and most importantly creating art. So much creativity has sex appeal! It’s thrilling, provocative, sensual, and erotic. This group is for those who have a great sense of eroticism and show its beauty through art and want to explore kink in a safe and artistic way. Erotic art covers any artistic work that is intended to invoke erotic arousal or that depicts scenes of kink and sexuality. Truly authentic creative or sexual endeavors can help having a mystical or divine under layer to your art. Explore your senses through this group and through what all the beautiful art members have to offer. It’s about surrender and letting it flow. The more you can get out of your head, and simply let go, the further into your process you will go and the more your energy will flow. the grander the result will be. What inspires your creativity? How does creativity influence your Kink lifestyle and vice versa? Embrace your erotic creativity! Come talk about and explore ways that we can make art a kink. Widmaier-Picasso explains that Picasso himself didn’t make a distinction between art and sexuality. “For him it was all the same thing,” Virginia Woolf once commented, “The older one grows, the more one likes indecency.”Maybe we could use more indecency and the power sex in our creative work.” Russian Philosopher Solovyov’s associates creativity genius with sexuality Psychology of Consciousness: Theory, Research, and Practice suggests the altered state of consciousness that attends dominating and/or being dominated by a sexual partner can lead to a state of “flow” that in turn enhances awareness and creativity. Journal of Sexual Medicine found that people who engage in BDSM are more well-adjusted than persons who resist or repress the desire for fringe sexual acts. The study has played in important role in shifting the perception of these acts from perverse to palliative. Deepak Chopra said in a lecture she attended, “Creativity is ultimately sexual – I’m sorry — but it is!”

This is a group for survivors of childhood sexual abuse, staying sex positive.

Childhood Fractured HQ Coffee House

This is a group for survivors of childhood sexual abuse; it is also a group for sex positive, kink, and kinky supporters to talk, learn, and help one another. The group is meant to empower survivors to be more than just being strong & healthy, but also how to stay sex positive. How can we have a healthy sex life without letting these experiences impact us in a negative way? We will discuss just that, and how our experiences affect us sexually, how we can use our kinks to deal with our trauma. We’ll talk about triggering consequences that can affect our experience & alternative methods that we can use in safe and consensual way. If you are a survivor, the first step is to talk with someone about it; either a trusted friend &/or a counselor. If your lived experience is threatening to destroy your relationship, you should tell your partner about it. Therapy can help you understand the patterns in your life created by the abuse, including the ways it has been affecting you. For someone attempting to face these complex issues the importance of having acceptance and unconditional, non-judgmental support cannot be understated. It is the abusive and negative interpersonal interactions that created the pain and it is the supportive and affirming ones that have the power to lift it. In general, childhood sexual abuse survivors tend to either pursue sex recklessly as adults or to forgo sex completely. This group is to help avoid this. Abuse hurts, and discussing experiences with others who have had similar experiences, aids in the healing process. We will have monthly events. This group is open to people of all genders, dynamics, and sexual orientations.

This is a group for survivors of childhood sexual abuse, staying sex positive.

Childhood Fractured HQ Coffee House

This is a group for survivors of childhood sexual abuse; it is also a group for sex positive, kink, and kinky supporters to talk, learn, and help one another. The group is meant to empower survivors to be more than just being strong & healthy, but also how to stay sex positive. How can we have a healthy sex life without letting these experiences impact us in a negative way? We will discuss just that, and how our experiences affect us sexually, how we can use our kinks to deal with our trauma. We’ll talk about triggering consequences that can affect our experience & alternative methods that we can use in safe and consensual way. If you are a survivor, the first step is to talk with someone about it; either a trusted friend &/or a counselor. If your lived experience is threatening to destroy your relationship, you should tell your partner about it. Therapy can help you understand the patterns in your life created by the abuse, including the ways it has been affecting you. For someone attempting to face these complex issues the importance of having acceptance and unconditional, non-judgmental support cannot be understated. It is the abusive and negative interpersonal interactions that created the pain and it is the supportive and affirming ones that have the power to lift it. In general, childhood sexual abuse survivors tend to either pursue sex recklessly as adults or to forgo sex completely. This group is to help avoid this. Abuse hurts, and discussing experiences with others who have had similar experiences, aids in the healing process. We will have monthly events. This group is open to people of all genders, dynamics, and sexual orientations.

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