A two-day program of conversations and tactical skill sharing led by sex workers to generate knowledge that has been erased in the wake of SESTA. Hacking//Hustling is a space for digital rights advocates, journalists, and allied communities to come learn from sex workers and better understand the developing effects of SESTA on internet freedom for all. We believe that sex workers are the experts of their own experience and an internet that is safe for sex workers, is an an internet that is safe for almost everyone.
A mini Sex Worker Art & Activism Festival this weekend at Rich Mix, Shoreditch, London.
The aims of the event are
to platform creative conversation around sex workers rights
unite and empower strippers and sex workers to organise and take action to fight for improved working conditions in their industries.
challenge the stigma & damaging stereotypes associated with sex work, which ultimately lead to dehumanisation and violence.
invite both sex workers & allies to get involved in anti-stigma activism.
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Join Leika at Google Campus, London. With five exciting panellists, we'll explore new trends,behaviours and attitudes, and how these are shaping the way we think about sexuality in 2018 and beyond.
If you want to know what’s emerging from recent research or what the experts expect the future of sex to look like come along and hear from pioneers in this space! We expect this to be a popular event so don't miss out on tickets! Register by clicking the button below.
Marketing sex and sexuality in the age of Facebook
Sex sells. Or, at least things—whether cars, deodorant, or even discount plane tickets—are sold WITH sex. Sexualized advertising is everywhere, but products that actually deal with sexual health and wellness are almost universally banned.
Hear several panelists from a variety of walks of life, including artists, therapists, and entrepreneurs, who are fighting and finding creative ways to share their message of sex positivity in spite of ongoing challenges from the largest platforms in the world.
Lady Bits is held monthly and is facilitated and led by Emily Sauer, Brooklyn's sparky founder of OhNut, a playful sex education and advocacy product line addressing the challenges of pain during sex and by Jenn Louie, formerly of Le Petit Paquet, a subscription sex product and couples education company.
Light bites, salads, and drinks will be served. Contributions go to covering the cost of food, drinks, and operating costs. Friends are welcome.
The Discerning Dick is a monthly series focused on generating worthy inquiry and meaningful introspection into the forces that shape a man's sexuality, behavior and intimate relationships.
All roads of a man’s identity – masculinity, sexuality, confidence, intimacy – inevitably trace back through his relationship with his dick.
And yet, few men have more than a surface level understanding of the deeper workings of this surprisingly complex — and wise — organ that dangles between his legs.
While the focus is on men, women are very much welcome and an essential part of the conversation.