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Welcome Christine as our APEX Accessibility Coordinator!


APEX is dedicated to the inclusion of all its members. In recent years, we have made several changes so APEX could be more accessible to those members requiring accommodations for a variety of differing abilities. Some of these changes have included widening doorways, installing ramps at the exterior doors, and clearing a space at the voyeur room window to accommodate wheelchairs.

We have now decided to take an even more proactive approach to accessibility options within the space. To facilitate that growth, we’ve developed the position of Accessibility Coordinator. Please join us in welcoming Christine into that position. She will be focused on attainable solutions that will help APEX be more welcoming and accessible to those with different needs and abilities.

We are counting on membership input to discover, design and implement practical solutions. If there is an accommodation beyond infrastructure that you think would enhance the experience of someone who may have different needs, please send Christine an email.

While our status as a 501(c)7 organization exempts us from ADA compliance, we are committed to providing each of our members as full an experience as possible. Every suggestion and idea will be considered, but within the restrictions of our building and budget, not every idea may come to fruition.

You can reach Christine at Accessibility@ArizonaPowerExchange.org to share your ideas. Watch the Concierge system and social media for updates!


NEW! APEX E.D.G.E.-Little’s


Third Sunday of the Month at 4pm

There is a Little inside many of us. Whether it’s coloring, tea parties or dress up, each of us Littles have an activity that brings us back to that fun, kid-like nature we enjoy so much.

For these reasons, we’ve dedicated an EDGE group to Littles! Join us to learn and experience life in this space! Each month we will theme our meeting to cater to each type of little. Everyone is welcome to our EDGE group, but we would like everyone to show up from a Littles headspace to help facilitate the objective of the group.Feel free to send any questions about our group to Deena: slavedeena@gmail.com

E.D.G.E. Groups:
Extended Development, Growth, & Education (E.D.G.E.). An E.D.G.E. group is made up of APEX members who all share a common interest in learning, teaching, and developing skills. This is a peer-to-peer learning environment that facilitates practice and sharing knowledge in a particular area.

Educational groups will be open to all APEX members who would like to join. If you are interested in beginning an E.D.G.E. group, please e-mail Education@ArizonaPowerExchange.org

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$6 for Pay Per Event Members, FREE for All Access Members

To Learn More about APEX Membership Please visit the website:https://arizonapowerexchange.org/membership

Please RSVP HERE. For our First Meeting! (Not Required for attendance)


Diversity and Being an ally


Diversity is one of our greatest strengths, and APEX takes the support of diversity seriously. APEX has made a conscious effort to support every member of our community with diversity, cultural
competency, and ally training.

The 2019 Lineup Includes:

  • Dismantling Rape Culture and Empowering Consent
  • Being an LGBTQ Ally
  • Being a Good Ally and Cultural Competency of Native American People
  • Allyship to the Trans-person Community
  • How to be an ally to People of Color
  • How to support survivors of Domestic Violence
  • How to support those with Mental Health Challenges
  • How to Support Women

If you know a presenter on diversity or you have a subject you would like to see, please email: Tess@ArizonaPowerExchange.com, or you can put it in the Kinky Bucket!