The Foundation for Sex Positive Culture will present the third annual Sex 2.0 conference this weekend in Seattle, a forum for discussing the future of sex, technology, and culture.
Sex 2.0 focuses on the intersection of social media, feminism, and sexuality. How is social media enabling people to learn, grow, and connect sexually? How is sexual expression tied to social activism? Does the concept of transparency online offer new opportunities or present new roadblocks — or both? These questions, and many more, are addressed within a safe, welcoming, sex positive space.
At Sex 2.0, everyone is a participant rather than a passive attendee. This is YOUR event!
Veronica Monet, author of Sex Secrets of Escorts: Tips From a Pro will give the keynote speech, and the dozens of sessions on the schedule include topics like Geezer Sex: The Good News From Your Future; Passionately Ever After: Creating New Models for Life-Time Love; Participatory Community Organizing for Social and Sexual Freedom; The Intersetions of Sexuality and Dis/Ability; The New Sex Educators, and The Whore/Madonna Complex in Contemporary Society.
The Foundation for Sex Positive Culture was established in 2007 as a sister nonprofit to the Center for Sex Positive Culture. We collaborate to better advance sex positive culture and make it available to a wider audience.
The mission of the Foundation for Sex Positive Culture is “to promote the many ways sex is beneficial through education, outreach, the arts, advocacy, and research programs that serve the public.”
As proponents of sex positive culture, we believe that the appropriate uses of sex extend beyond reproduction. They include creating personal pleasure, bonding interpersonal relationships, promoting spiritual growth, and enhancing emotional and physical health. In a sex positive world, everyone has the freedom and resources to pursue a fulfilling and empowering sex life.”
Tickets for the two-day Sex 2.0 conference are $50. To register (18 and over only), visit Sex20con.com
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