Hi. I’m a writer, producer, and a witch.
I grew up in Miami, went to Tufts University in Boston, lived in the jungles of Brazil, started a business working with indigenous Mayan women in Guatemala, and now work in media as a writer, producer, and Instagram kid in Brooklyn. Mostly in that order.
I am Latina, Jewish, and a survivor. I never quite know where I fit.
I work every day to make space for my own story, and work every day to help others tell their own stories too.
I believe that feminism is for everyone, and so it must include the oppressions and struggles of everyone. There is no *feminism* without intersectionality. It is very important to me, and others who are underrepresented, that social movements — and the people in them — understand this.
I use my voice. I write. I create video series and host interviews that allow different people to use their voices too. I build community, both in the physical and digital world. I collaborate and consult with organizations that need help navigating this space. I am good at it.
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@ladysavaj to see my world, my feelings, and my daily stigma-breaking of bodies, mental health, and sex.
Some stuff that I do:
Writing workshop at MOTHERSHIP Fest in LA Sept 21
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Workshops with sex educator Louise Head coming at you in the fall (launching at a very exciting event that you’ll want to be at, so I promise to give you the heads up).
Podcast ft dope ass women dropping soon.
I was invited to be featured in a video for Suraj Patel‘s campaign for congress.
I was invited to be featured in this artwork by Layla Love and Gloria Steinem on healing trauma through art: Rise of the Butterfly
I was interviewed by Bolivian news channel, Abya Yala about my work and creating community online.
Panelists included Vera Papirsova, Wellness Editor at Teen Vogue, Mama Cax, model and disability advocate, Serena Daniari, Trans-advocate and producer, Mia Davis, Founder of Tabu, Emily Vartham, co-founder of The Fifth Vital Sign, and Mariella Mosthof, queer writer.
Invited by Chelsea Leibow, the anti-PR PR-girl, I moderated a panel on safe spaces and small business (and yes, we spoke about the panelists all being white).
At the THINX period-sex product launch, I was invited to speak on the evening’s panel on de-stigmatizing period sex.
I was invited to speak at NUANCE Conference, on a panel about Gender and Intimate Consent