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Location: Online

Sex & Dating Book Club – Online

A walk-in book club for gay, bi, and trans men who have sex with men who want to maintain their substance use goals without the ins and outs of sex and dating taking them off course.  Each week we will read and discuss a chapter or selection from a different book or blog. It might get juicy.  All substance use goals welcome. Facilitated by Chris Powers and DaeSean Jones.

Please contact Stonewall at Stonewall@SFAF.org or 415-487-3100 to get Zoom info.


Sex & Dating Book Club – Online

A walk-in book club for gay, bi, and trans men who have sex with men who want to maintain their substance use goals without the ins and outs of sex and dating taking them off course.  Each week we will read and discuss a chapter or selection from a different book or blog. It might get juicy.  All substance use goals welcome. Facilitated by Chris Powers and DaeSean Jones.

Please contact Stonewall at Stonewall@SFAF.org or 415-487-3100 to get Zoom info.


Sex & Dating Book Club – Online

A walk-in book club for gay, bi, and trans men who have sex with men who want to maintain their substance use goals without the ins and outs of sex and dating taking them off course.  Each week we will read and discuss a chapter or selection from a different book or blog. It might get juicy.  All substance use goals welcome. Facilitated by Chris Powers and DaeSean Jones.

Please contact Stonewall at Stonewall@SFAF.org or 415-487-3100 to get Zoom info.


Sex & Dating Book Club – Online

A walk-in book club for gay, bi, and trans men who have sex with men who want to maintain their substance use goals without the ins and outs of sex and dating taking them off course.  Each week we will read and discuss a chapter or selection from a different book or blog. It might get juicy.  All substance use goals welcome. Facilitated by Chris Powers and DaeSean Jones.

Please contact Stonewall at Stonewall@SFAF.org or 415-487-3100 to get Zoom info.


Sex & Dating Book Club – Online

A walk-in book club for gay, bi, and trans men who have sex with men who want to maintain their substance use goals without the ins and outs of sex and dating taking them off course.  Each week we will read and discuss a chapter or selection from a different book or blog. It might get juicy.  All substance use goals welcome. Facilitated by Chris Powers and DaeSean Jones.

Please contact Stonewall at Stonewall@SFAF.org or 415-487-3100 to get Zoom info.


Cancelled: Sex & Dating Book Club – Online

A walk-in book club for gay, bi, and trans men who have sex with men who want to maintain their substance use goals without the ins and outs of sex and dating taking them off course.  Each week we will read and discuss a chapter or selection from a different book or blog. It might get juicy.  All substance use goals welcome. Facilitated by Chris Powers and DaeSean Jones.

Please contact Stonewall at Stonewall@SFAF.org or 415-487-3100 to get Zoom info.


Sex & Dating Book Club – Online

A walk-in book club for gay, bi, and trans men who have sex with men who want to maintain their substance use goals without the ins and outs of sex and dating taking them off course.  Each week we will read and discuss a chapter or selection from a different book or blog. It might get juicy.  All substance use goals welcome. Facilitated by Chris Powers and DaeSean Jones.

Please contact Stonewall at Stonewall@SFAF.org or 415-487-3100 to get Zoom info.


What’s Your Story? – Online

We may not always know it, but the narratives we carry have a significant impact on our lives. This group is designed to help you better understand the nature and effects of these stories, especially widespread stigma on substance use narratives. In a non-judgmental and interactive setting, group members will have the opportunity to learn from one another and to help each other tell new stories if the old ones are not working. Facilitated by Jeremy Prillwitz and Lila Zimmerman.

Please contact Stonewall at Stonewall@SFAF.org or 415-487-3100 to get Zoom info.


What’s Your Story? – Online

We may not always know it, but the narratives we carry have a significant impact on our lives. This group is designed to help you better understand the nature and effects of these stories, especially widespread stigma on substance use narratives. In a non-judgmental and interactive setting, group members will have the opportunity to learn from one another and to help each other tell new stories if the old ones are not working. Facilitated by Jeremy Prillwitz and Lila Zimmerman.

Please contact Stonewall at Stonewall@SFAF.org or 415-487-3100 to get Zoom info.


Cancelled: What’s Your Story? – Online

We may not always know it, but the narratives we carry have a significant impact on our lives. This group is designed to help you better understand the nature and effects of these stories, especially widespread stigma on substance use narratives. In a non-judgmental and interactive setting, group members will have the opportunity to learn from one another and to help each other tell new stories if the old ones are not working. Facilitated by Jeremy Prillwitz and Sharleen Phillips.

Please contact Stonewall at Stonewall@SFAF.org or 415-487-3100 to get Zoom info.


What’s Your Story? – Online

We may not always know it, but the narratives we carry have a significant impact on our lives. This group is designed to help you better understand the nature and effects of these stories, especially widespread stigma on substance use narratives. In a non-judgmental and interactive setting, group members will have the opportunity to learn from one another and to help each other tell new stories if the old ones are not working. Facilitated by Jeremy Prillwitz and Lila Zimmerman.

Please contact Stonewall at Stonewall@SFAF.org or 415-487-3100 to get Zoom info.


What’s Your Story? – Online

We may not always know it, but the narratives we carry have a significant impact on our lives. This group is designed to help you better understand the nature and effects of these stories, especially widespread stigma on substance use narratives. In a non-judgmental and interactive setting, group members will have the opportunity to learn from one another and to help each other tell new stories if the old ones are not working. Facilitated by Jeremy Prillwitz and Lila Zimmerman.

Please contact Stonewall at Stonewall@SFAF.org or 415-487-3100 to get Zoom info.


Cancelled: What’s Your Story? – Online

We may not always know it, but the narratives we carry have a significant impact on our lives. This group is designed to help you better understand the nature and effects of these stories, especially widespread stigma on substance use narratives. In a non-judgmental and interactive setting, group members will have the opportunity to learn from one another and to help each other tell new stories if the old ones are not working. Facilitated by Jeremy Prillwitz and Sharleen Phillips.

Please contact Stonewall at Stonewall@SFAF.org or 415-487-3100 to get Zoom info.


What’s Your Story? – Online

We may not always know it, but the narratives we carry have a significant impact on our lives. This group is designed to help you better understand the nature and effects of these stories, especially widespread stigma on substance use narratives. In a non-judgmental and interactive setting, group members will have the opportunity to learn from one another and to help each other tell new stories if the old ones are not working. Facilitated by Jeremy Prillwitz and Lila Zimmerman.

Please contact Stonewall at Stonewall@SFAF.org or 415-487-3100 to get Zoom info.


What’s Your Story? – Online

We may not always know it, but the narratives we carry have a significant impact on our lives. This group is designed to help you better understand the nature and effects of these stories, especially widespread stigma on substance use narratives. In a non-judgmental and interactive setting, group members will have the opportunity to learn from one another and to help each other tell new stories if the old ones are not working. Facilitated by Jeremy Prillwitz and Lila Zimmerman.

Please contact Stonewall at Stonewall@SFAF.org or 415-487-3100 to get Zoom info.


What’s Your Story? – Online

We may not always know it, but the narratives we carry have a significant impact on our lives. This group is designed to help you better understand the nature and effects of these stories, especially widespread stigma on substance use narratives. In a non-judgmental and interactive setting, group members will have the opportunity to learn from one another and to help each other tell new stories if the old ones are not working. Facilitated by Jeremy Prillwitz and Lila Zimmerman.

Please contact Stonewall at Stonewall@SFAF.org or 415-487-3100 to get Zoom info.


What’s Your Story? – Online

We may not always know it, but the narratives we carry have a significant impact on our lives. This group is designed to help you better understand the nature and effects of these stories, especially widespread stigma on substance use narratives. In a non-judgmental and interactive setting, group members will have the opportunity to learn from one another and to help each other tell new stories if the old ones are not working. Facilitated by Jeremy Prillwitz and Lila Zimmerman.

Please contact Stonewall at Stonewall@SFAF.org or 415-487-3100 to get Zoom info.


What’s Your Story? – Online

We may not always know it, but the narratives we carry have a significant impact on our lives. This group is designed to help you better understand the nature and effects of these stories, especially widespread stigma on substance use narratives. In a non-judgmental and interactive setting, group members will have the opportunity to learn from one another and to help each other tell new stories if the old ones are not working. Facilitated by Jeremy Prillwitz and Lila Zimmerman.

Please contact Stonewall at Stonewall@SFAF.org or 415-487-3100 to get Zoom info.


Cancelled: What’s Your Story? – Online

We may not always know it, but the narratives we carry have a significant impact on our lives. This group is designed to help you better understand the nature and effects of these stories, especially widespread stigma on substance use narratives. In a non-judgmental and interactive setting, group members will have the opportunity to learn from one another and to help each other tell new stories if the old ones are not working. Facilitated by Jeremy Prillwitz and Sharleen Phillips.

Please contact Stonewall at Stonewall@SFAF.org or 415-487-3100 to get Zoom info.


What’s Your Story? – Online

We may not always know it, but the narratives we carry have a significant impact on our lives. This group is designed to help you better understand the nature and effects of these stories, especially widespread stigma on substance use narratives. In a non-judgmental and interactive setting, group members will have the opportunity to learn from one another and to help each other tell new stories if the old ones are not working. Facilitated by Jeremy Prillwitz and Lila Zimmerman.

Please contact Stonewall at Stonewall@SFAF.org or 415-487-3100 to get Zoom info.


What’s Your Story? – Online

We may not always know it, but the narratives we carry have a significant impact on our lives. This group is designed to help you better understand the nature and effects of these stories, especially widespread stigma on substance use narratives. In a non-judgmental and interactive setting, group members will have the opportunity to learn from one another and to help each other tell new stories if the old ones are not working. Facilitated by Jeremy Prillwitz and Lila Zimmerman.

Please contact Stonewall at Stonewall@SFAF.org or 415-487-3100 to get Zoom info.


What’s Your Story? – Online

We may not always know it, but the narratives we carry have a significant impact on our lives. This group is designed to help you better understand the nature and effects of these stories, especially widespread stigma on substance use narratives. In a non-judgmental and interactive setting, group members will have the opportunity to learn from one another and to help each other tell new stories if the old ones are not working. Facilitated by Jeremy Prillwitz and Lila Zimmerman.

Please contact Stonewall at Stonewall@SFAF.org or 415-487-3100 to get Zoom info.


What’s Your Story? – Online

We may not always know it, but the narratives we carry have a significant impact on our lives. This group is designed to help you better understand the nature and effects of these stories, especially widespread stigma on substance use narratives. In a non-judgmental and interactive setting, group members will have the opportunity to learn from one another and to help each other tell new stories if the old ones are not working. Facilitated by Jeremy Prillwitz and Lila Zimmerman.

Please contact Stonewall at Stonewall@SFAF.org or 415-487-3100 to get Zoom info.


The Virtual Stoop – Online

Feeling anxious about the Zoom room boom? Join our low-key, no-stress Wednesday social time. Let’s chat, laugh, and connect about whatever’s on our minds. Come as you are and stay for as long as you want! Facilitated by Mizi Samuels-Waithe and Anibal Mejia.

Please contact Stonewall at Stonewall@SFAF.org or 415-487-3100 to get Zoom info.