ABOUT INDIGEO VOLO
what is indigeo volo?
INDIGEO VOLO is a 2SLGBTQIA+ non-profit society that is dedicated to the safe and consensual education and exploration of BDSM and kink in Victoria, BC.
We are an adults only, sex and poly positive organization, and we are both a safe space and advocate for the kink community.
we are a safe and BODY positive space.
We will not allow any homophobia, transphobia, racism, body-shaming, kink shaming, or other intolerance at our events.
INDIGEO VOLO also believes that ALL people deserve to embrace their kink. Our events feature people of all shapes, sizes, abilities, and gender identities.
COMMUNITY COMMITMENT AND BEYOND
INDIGEO VOLO is also a duly constituted British Columbia non-profit. Any money that is generated through ticket sales and events or donations goes directly back into running future events, maintaining equipment, and other operational costs.
As of 2021, we are also proud to say that INDIGEO VOLO makes charitable donations to local or provincial efforts to help those in emergency or otherwise unfortunate circumstances.
MEET YOUR BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Nova North (she/her) both is a semi-professional and lifestyle Dominant, with a particular focus on the underlying psychology of kink. She has served on the Board of Directors since 2019, and has focused on redesigning the website and the volunteering process.
Nova North is also the creator of the Missing and/or Murdered Men in British Columbia Database Map, as featured by Lisa Palmer on Vancouver CityNews, and the Island Crime: Gone Boys podcast.
Vega has been weaving in and out of the Victoria kink community since 2010. She is a queer-polyamorous-switch, who’s biggest kink is serving her community by facilitating and organizing both kink and non-kink events that are safe spaces, accessible, and welcoming.
She is a staunch intersectional feminist and believes that we are all trying our best- but understands that everyone’s “best” is different.
Loving-Wolf has been an active fixture in the Victoria kink community for about seven years. He believes Community should be accessible, welcoming, supportive, and support*ed* in order to enable everyone to find their “YUM!” His favourite saying is “King of Jungle only here to help.”