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MOC Women, Trans Men, and GNC heal in Brooklyn


Saturday May 18-19 (Brooklyn, NY) REDEFINING SOFT, the annual 2-day healing heads to Brooklyn for the second year at the Brooklyn Community Pride Center. This event which includes community discussions, workshops, and small group shares, is intended to deconstruct and challenge the community’s perception of the word “soft;” specifically how it is used to harm and attack MOC women Trans Masc, and GNC folks. Created in 2018 by SOULE Managing Editor, filmmaker, writer, and social activist Robin Williams, REDEFINING SOFT is considered one of the most transformational and essential healing events of the year.

Redefining Soft, November 2018. Photo Cred: Schanae Rascoe
Redefining Soft, November 2018. Photo Cred: Schanae Rascoe

With sponsors Miss Jessie’s, bklyn boihood, The Human Rights Campaign, and Tagg Magazine, This event will include a therapeutic writing workshop, expressive art workshop, reiki healing, meditation, affirmations, a sex and relationships panel discussion, and free HIV testing provided by the Brooklyn Community Pride Center. REDEFINING SOFT will take place May 18th, 2019 2pm-6pm and May 19th 12pm-4pm


**(the second installment of REDEFINING SOFT 2019 will take place in Washington, DC August 17-18 at The Human Rights Campaign). Click here for tickets.


Admission: Day 1- $10, Day 2- $15, and $20 to attend both days. Click here for tickets.

To learn more about REDEFINING SOFT, visit the Facebook page and Instagram, or email Robin Williams at [email protected]

Please note, This is a healing event specifically for Masculine of Center Women, Trans Masc, and GNC Folks. In respect of our mission, and to foster an environment of safe and open sharing, if you DO NOT identify as one of these groups, please consider passing this ticket on to someone you love who does. Redefining Soft, its facilitators, panelist, volunteers, or vendors are not, nor do we claim to be, trained psychology professionals.

NYC: May 18-19 The Brooklyn Community Pride Center 1360 Fulton St, Brooklyn, NY 11216.
DC: August 17-18 Human Rights Campaign 1640 Rhode Island Ave NW, Washington, DC 20036.

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