He holds qualifications in psychology, sociology, counselling, adult education, kahuna bodywork, somatic sex education and professional supervision.He has an MA in Somatic and Spiritual Psychology, and is currently working towards a Ph D. Emma is a sexuality and relationships coach and educator.She is also a trained Tantra Teacher and Tantric Yoga Teacher.
He pioneered as the first transsexual man to break into the mainstream adult entertainment industry and has been fearlessly smashing the boundaries there and elsewhere ever since.Her enthusiasm and passion shine through in her devotion to empower and serve others through these teachings. supports clients to mobilize their capacities for growth, learning and change through embodied counselling, bodywork, meditation, sex coaching, and Tantric Practice. We also think feminist porn is crucial, but what does that mean and how can we be ethical consumers of pornography?Harlot Overdrive is delighted to present this exciting panel featuring some of Australia’s best feminist pornographers, as well as queer porn icon and pioneer, Courtney Trouble (US). You have stories to tell, and passions to share, and things to talk about that are more interesting than the weather.Get noticed for who you are, not what you look like. Having traveled the world studying and teaching these practices, she is now one of Australia’s leading experts in this field.Emma is a strong believer in the extraordinary and transformative effect this work can have in all areas of ones life.When Buck isn’t traveling the world producing films, running workshops and being a powerful motivational speaker, he resides in the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico as a loving Daddy to seven dogs!(you KNOW you want to) For those of us working in the sexuality realm – as sex workers, therapists, educators, students or some other form of sexuality & wellness providers – we are often left with limited options for professional development, for mentoring, coaching or debriefing – especially if we are working independently and / or not frequently part of a broader organisation.