THE ALTERNATIVE SEXUALITIES HEALTH RESEARCH ALLIANCE
Because everyone deserves quality healthcare
Happening Now -
asynchronous training - at your own pace
The Kinky Mind and Body:
The Psychobiology of Kink
What do hormones, the brain and floggers have to do with each other? Learn the psychoneuro-physiology of BDSM and what bodies experience during kink experiences. Intermediate course w CE's
Welcome to TASHRA
TASHRA is a community-based 501(c)(3) non-profit with the important mission of improving the health and healthcare services of individuals who are involved in alternative sexualities.
As champions of Kink competent healthcare,
TASHRA supports empirical research on this misunderstood and often pathologized sexual-minority.
Our vision is a world where fear of prejudice and discrimination does not prevent people involved in a broad variety of sexual interests and activities from receiving caring, compassionate and competent care from physical and mental health professionals.
Won't you join us on this journey?
Help us reduce stigma and improve the health of kink interested individuals
Coming in December
Kink-claiming the Trauma: From Sexual Assault to Sexual Empowerment
Sat. December 5th and Sun. December 6th -
9 am Pacific, 10 am Mountain, 11 am Central, 12 noon Eastern
-two hour sessions-
We are very excited to welcome back Andrew Pari, LCSW, the nation’s leading authority on the neurobiological arousal mechanism in sexualized violence (ARSA) to present his groundbreaking application of the trauma recovery model that utilizes BDSM as a potential facilitator in the process of healing. This will be the second time that Andrew is hosting this event with us and we are thrilled to continue to the conversation.
We are pleased to announce that the American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT) has approved TASHRA as a Continuing Education Institutional Provider through 2022.
Looking for an internship in sexuality and kink mental health, science and research? TASHRA is a leading organization in the emerging scholarly field of kink psychology, science and health. We are taking applications now for Winter or Spring.
TASHRA began in 2012 out of a need to expand knowledge about those who are erotically diverse, such as kinky people, BDSM practitioners, and those with sexual interests that are out of the mainstream.