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An image of Sebastian speaking at a panel. They wear a grey bowtie and a purple velvet jacket with emproidered flowers on the lapels. They have short, black hair cut in an asymmetrical style and are in the side profile. They are sliming and they have their hands at chest level. On their right hand, they wear a silver ring and a black ring on their middle finger.

I'm passionate about sharing knowledge and connecting people to the tools they need to understand themselves and others better. My goal is to help you include people from a variety of marginalized backgrounds in your own work.

I've been a queer community educator since 2014 and a sensitivity consultant, particularly for the tabletop roleplaying game industry, since 2020. My main focuses are gender (trans narratives and nonbinary identities) and LGBT+ topics (asexuality, bisexuality, labels, coming out). I'm also qualified to discuss intercontinental/transracial adoption and eating disorders (anorexia, bulimia, OSFED, intensive treatment programs).

I've given speeches, organized conferences, moderated panels, facilitated workshops, been interviewed for books, and appeared on podcasts across North America. I also took part in a series of consultations run by the Federal Government of Canada about the collection, use and display of sex and gender data.​ In 2021, the Canadian census introduced a blank box where responders could self-identify in their own words.

My education work informs my consulting and has given me access to current community knowledge, topics of contention, and resources. I also offer insights based on my own lived experiences.  

Below are some examples of past sessions. For a full list of my educational and sensitivity consulting projects, click here. My rates start at $40 per hour, with a sliding scale rate available if you are a marginalized person. Please send me a message via my contact form to get in touch.


Asexuality 101

Presentation + Q&A, 90 minutes

This session was originally developed for Creating Change 2016.


This presentation introduces asexuality as a concept, the associated terminology, and common myths. We may discuss different types of attraction and relationships, and how the ace experience is different for people from a wide range of backgrounds. The second half of the session invites the audience to ask questions, be it for advice or for clarification.


Facilitated discussion, 90 minutes
This session was originally developed for the International Asexuality Conference 2014.


Three speakers share how their asexual identity relates to their status as ethnic minorities. Topics for discussion may include: racism, colonialism, personal cultural customs, sexual taboos, birth / chosen family, and gender expression. This panel discussion will include a Q&A, as well as the chance for the audience members to share their own experiences if they would like. 

The Ace Toronto (Un)Conference logo. The background is a purple starfield with the Ace Toronto log in the bottom left-hand corner. It is a heart and a spade outline, interlocking. In the middle is text that reads "Ace Toronto Un(Conference) 2017. The 'A' in Ace Toronto is replaced with a solid triangle. The triangle is striped and has black, grey, white and purple stripes. In the bottom right-hand corner is the RyePRIDE logo, which is a rainbow with two overlapping triangles on it.

The following sessions were originally developed for the Ace Toronto UnConference 2017

Diverse Relationships

Panel, 90 minutes

This panel explores the variety of ways that ace and/or arospec people understand and pursue relationships. What kinds of relationships are there? What are some of the challenges that ace and arospec people face when nevigating relationships? This panel includes panellists with experiences in a variety of different relationship styles: queerplatonic, romantic and otherwise.



White-Centrism, Racism & Colonialism in Ace Spaces

Panel, 90 minutes


This panel explores how legacies of racism and colonialism influence ace and/or arospec people’s experiences and identities. Panellists come from a variety of racial and ethnic backgrounds and share insights from personal experince and academic literature. 



Asexuality & Fandom

Facilitated discussion, 90 minutes

Despite asexuality gaining visibility and recognition as an orientation in the past decade, mainstream media often fails to include explicitly ace characters. This community discussion is loose in style and may cover topics such as how to find fellow aces in your fandom, how to start creating fan content, favourite fandoms and characters, ace headcanons, and starting campaigns for canon ace material.

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