Noemi ‘Saafyr’ Paz, also known as Miss Pu$$y, is a queer, sensually empowered, spiritual, black, indo-carribean Expressive Healing Artist. She is a performer, a trained facilitator, organizer, event host, vlogger and an American Sign Language interpreter. Her skills pour into activism for multilingual justice, sexual trauma survivors, and especially, for black and brown wombxn/people. She has written for NEXUS Storytelling Project, Brain Arts Blog of Dorchester Art Project and she is a creative consultant for the Leadership Team of Survivor Theatre Project. Saafyr seeks to thrive in her desires for pleasure and revolution. She has been a community educator, a youth worker, and connects with folks who seek healing. Her wounds are her motivation. She includes her music, blog, workshops, as a self-owned social enterprise that started in 2014. SOS: Sharing Our Stories; a collective space for artistic affirmations that centers autonomy of marginalized individuals to learn radical self-love. Saafyr has received a Luminary Award from The Network/La Red in 2019 for her compassion towards liberation. She has done various works with Dunamis Boston. Her second debut album, SOS: So Saafyr was released September 7, 2020 featuring artists such as Penelope (Leilah Vision), Eva Davenport, Red Shaydez, and Kiki Banks. In her spare time, she dances to an eclectic music playlist, meditates, explores with nature, and hangs out with her chosen friends and family. She is originally from Boston, MA, and currently lives in Providence, Rhode Island with her cat Obsidian (Obi) and her snake Pearl.