IN PERSON

VERMONT

TRANSMASC CAMP

Gather, Share & Learn on the Mountainside

July 15-18, 2022

THE DETAILS

 

When: July 15-18, 2022. Opening circle at noon on Friday, closing circle at noon on Monday.

Where: Deep in the forests of Worcester, Vermont.

What: Four days of fun workshops, relaxing outdoors, and discussions about transmasculine identity and culture. We'll announce the workshop schedule closer to the event.

Food: We serve three hot meals a day, cooked with love by our transmasc cook Ray. First meal is dinner on Friday, last meal is breakfast on Monday. We can accommodate vegetarian and gluten-free diets.

Sleeping: Bring your own tent and sleeping bag to camp in the forest.

Hanging out: Enjoy our open-air tarp shelters, fire circles, woodland glades, refreshing brook, and nearby mountain trails.

Sanitation: Poop in the portapotty, pee in the woods, and wash your hands often at our outdoor sink.

Pets: Please leave your pets at home. This land is already home to 3 dogs, 1 cat, and 9 goats, so adding more critters brings too much chaos!

Cost: Sliding scale $150-550. 

 

OUR COVID POLICIES

  • Stay home if you are sick or have been directly exposed to someone with Covid
  • The program is 100% outdoors (dress for the weather!)
  • Consent-based masking: Masks are generally optional, but please bring a mask and be prepared to wear it if someone asks you to be masked when near them.  
  • Please get a covid test 1-3 days prior to the gathering. This can be a PCR test (recommended) or a rapid test. Stay home if your test is positive.

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WHO WE ARE

Murphy Robinson

Murphy Robinson (they or he) is a queer transmasculine human who teaches archery, hunting, and survival skills for marginalized genders.

They've been a Wilderness First Responder since 2006 and a Street Medic since 2010. They love hiking with their dog Clyde,  growing/wildcrafting their own food, and researching queer and trans references in medieval norse poetry. 

Roles: Organizer, First Aid

kell arbor

kell arbor (warrior/they) is a Montpelier-based sex edu-taining rascal from the mountains of Maine. They are a queer, kinQy, non-binary person that believes in the power of our relationships as a change tool. 

kell is the Director of Health & Wellness at Pride Center of VT, and also enjoys DJing Queer Dance Parties, queer critical mass bicycle rides, outdoor naked cabaret, sex toy workshops, zine making and more!

Roles: Organizer, Mental Health Resource Person

Erin O'Connell

Erin O'Connell (ne/nim/nirs) identifies as transgenderqueer.

Ne powerlifted in college pre-transition, started doing what's formerly known as CrossFit, finished a Spartan Beast, and decided to switch to kettlebells and maces. Ne is a certified personal trainer through ISSA and holds a KIPS mace certification.

Ne enjoys wooing street cats with slow blinks, cold water plunges, and building raging fires in nirs Solostove. 

www.FitFolx.com

Roles: Organizer

Connor Spear

Connor Spear (he/him) is a queer transman, blacksmith, potter, and artist.

He enjoys queer community theatre, cooking local food meals, snuggling with his dog, and the occasional humble-brag about his impressive Wordle score.

Roles: Organizer

Ray

Ray (ze/zir) is a 3rd gender being who seeks to make food that communicates love for all beings and nourishes in nonlinear time (basically, ze bakes a lot of cookies). 

Ze also cares for friends and family, offers bodywork, does carpentry, and rolls around in the woods.

Roles: Camp Cook

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