Vag Fest | A Tampa wellness event

A vaginal, menstrual, and sexual health event! Speakers, vendors, and wellness care in an environment that is open, supportive, and with your comfort in mind. 
Hear wellness wisdom from The Fifth Vital SignBarefoot BirthRed Tent CollectiveSeminole Heights Community Acupuncture, and more. Take an afternoon for self care. 
Paps will be available for an investment of $150. Paps are trans friendly and in a comfortable setting. 

This event is absolutely FREE and EVERYONE is invited! Check out our Facebook event for more info and to RSVP. 

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Barefoot Birth will be providing pap smears and sexual health screenings at a reduced rate and may be able to bill insurance.

The investment for a pap is $150. To schedule an appointment, EMAIL or call 813.515.0825 to speak to a midwife.

Aside from a little wine to make a pelvic exam more tolerable, we are also trained in a person-centered model of care that aims to completely change the way you think of caring for your body. We aim to make sure you are comfortable, respected, and treated like a human instead of a means to a cervix. We invite you to experience the difference humanized care can make.

As always, we are LGBQT friendly providers who are trans friendly and supportive. Cervical cancer is one of the leading causes of early death in the trans/queer/gender non-conforming community due to lack of respectful, knowledgeable providers. We welcome everyone and look forward to working together to make your experience positive and thorough. 

Call 813.515.0825 or check out our facebook event for more information.

A sweet note from a previous client :
"Wanted to send you a note- I was chatting today with someone about pap smears which brought me back to the memory of my 6 week postpartum appointment with my son. Charlie did my pap at that visit- I've never laughed or felt comfortable during an exam, (nor have I ever been asked if I wanted to see my own cervix before!) and I remember that appointment as a very body-positive experience. I had only ever endured the typical awkward, nerve-wracking, and uncomfortable OB exam prior, which is probably why I stopped getting them before that appointment. Anyway, I'm sorry I have to miss the Paps and Prosecco party this year, but I just wanted to say thank you to Charlie, and all the awesome women at Barefoot for always making me feel safe, respected, and confident during my prenatal appointments, the birth with my son, and in your well-woman care."