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Join us for a night of discussion about gendered spaces with local sex therapist, Grace Ballard and international artist, Paloma Ayala.

Come hear about the intersectionality of their work and how the social constructs of gender and sexuality affect us all, in both private and public spaces. Paloma’s art tackles topics of feminism and gender through social practice and community happenings, while Grace is deeply committed to helping others find personal healing through trauma informed therapy around gender identity, sexuality and intimacy.

Tuesday, February 25th, 2020 



 Oz Architecture

3003 Larimer St.


Paloma Ayala (1980, MX/CH) is originally from Matamoros, Mexico. She is interested in the relationship between domestic and political contexts. She often introduces fictional narratives as means of social critique, presented in the form of publications, videos, conversations, drawings and installations often directed to different sorts of public, including people outside of ordinary cultural spaces.


Grace Ballard, LPC, CST, is a certified sex therapist specializing in expansive gender and sexuality expressions, including queer, trans, and nonbinary identity, nonmonogamy, and kink. Grace believes we are all intrinsically whole, and that sometimes we can use help uncovering our inherent wisdom. Grace has a private office in downtown Denver.