Morgan is a full-spectrum doula, hot femme bootblack, and sexual health advocate & educator, living in Vancouver, BC. She joined the scene in 2018 as a submissive, and with the mentorship of chosen family and community elders, continues to find herself in leather & service-oriented power exchange.
Morgan is the co-curator of BlackChat; an intergenerational project of gatherings, community field trips, and podcasting. BlackChat is dedicated to the healing of Black people across turtle island.
Morgan’s work is in service to the communities who hold her. She looks at sex & BDSM through a lens informed by sociopolitical power structures, and each person’s individual experiences with systemic oppression. As a coach, she works predominantly with people under 30, new to kink, exploring their desires and sexuality, and/or working through some intimacy stuff.
She is an artist, healer, and abolitionist who challenges the status quo. Intergenerational collaboration and imagining futures are key values in Morgan’s work.
It is often that the deep dark root of our desires is what makes them so damn hot. But what happens when we haven’t interrogated what fuels these desires?
In this workshop, we discuss the importance of self-interrogation, why it’s best to do so before (and after) we play with others, and explore some of the deep dark roots of our own kinky curiosities.
Sometimes that root is darker or more fucked up than we expected. Sometimes this is okay and adds to the deliciousness, and sometimes, it’s something we aren’t yet comfortable with. Acquiring consent from ourselves is just as important as the consent of others you are playing with.
Bootblacking 101 – Not just boots, not just leather (with Q Wilson)
Are you looking to expand your service skill set? Have you seen a bootblack at work and wondered if you could do it? Ever look at someone in their leathers and know that properly taking care of their leathers would be even more of a privilege than touching their bare skin? Brought those stunning new boots that you had to save so long for and wanna know how to make them last a lifetime?
Did reading any of those questions make you hot? Then this workshop is for you!
This workshop will introduce you to the basics of boot and leather care. We’ll discuss what bootblacking is and basic technique. We’ll also discuss the care of leather items (i.e. vests, floggers) and how to care for latex, patent leather, and vinyl. From strictly service to slightly sensual, bootblacking’s got it all. Come see what it can add to your life.