Kelly Kling is a southern Austinite from Baton Rouge, Louisiana. She is a writer and editor by day, and a singer and dancer by night. She does burlesque, hip hop, and trick hula hooping, and she’s always down for a Britney singalong.
Campers come to the mountains of North Georgia to receive that which they’ve been depleted of: rest, freedom from caregiving, nature, the movement of bodies for the simple love of it, symbiosis with others, and—we feel this is key—PLAY. We spend several days taking care of all needs so that women may begin to indulge their desires. And, as we’ve found out, many women desire to change the world.