Airial Clark

Airial Clark, MA is a San Francisco Bay Area-based parenting coach and sexual health educator. She began facilitating parent support programs as an undergraduate at U.C. Berkeley where she graduated with a double major in Anthropology and English Literature while raising her two sons as a queer, single parent. She then went on to earn her Master’s degree in the social justice focussed human sexuality studies program at San Francisco State University. In 2012, she created an international sexual health and parent education resource: The Sex-Positive Parent.  Over the last six years, Airial has supported thousands of parents and families of all shapes and sizes become more informed and empowered when teaching their children about boundaries, consent, gender and sexuality.

In October 2017, Airial created another intersectional empowerment resource: How To Be A Woman & Not Give A Fuck. This workshop series exists to support all women in countering gendered expectations that impact women negatively. She focuses on the diverse lived experiences of all women in order to effectively address invisible labor, compassion fatigue and gaslighting in both personal and professional settings. To date, Airial has led over 700 SF Bay Area women through the How To Be A Woman & Not Give A Fuck workshop series. And now her ‘Freedom to Not Give A Fuck’ North American Workshop Tour begins June 2018 and includes cities throughout the U.S. and Canada. You can learn all about everything Airial at airialclark.com