SwellCon and Woodhull’s Sexual Freedom Summit

Each week the CSPH highlights an upcoming workshop, conference, or other continuing education opportunity pertaining to sexuality, gender, or reproductive justice issues. This week we are featuring SwellCon 2013 and Woodhull’s 2013 Sexual Freedom Summit.

SwellCon

Who: The Smitten Kitten
What: SwellCon, a conference devoted to critical conversations about erotic media
Where:  Minneapolis, MN
When: August 2-4, 2013
Why: SwellCon is interested in examining the intersection of media and sexuality, whether it is a porn film, news coverage of sexual issues or social media building sexual communities. The meeting calls for dynamic and at times challenging discussions around these issues, and seeks to provide a framework in which attendees can share their own theoretical frameworks and practical skills. SwellCon is especially invested in presenting under-represented voices, and encourages people of color, differently-abled people, sex workers, LGBTQUIA folks, people of faith, and non-academics to send proposals and attend! They’ll be offering a sliding scale to cover travel and lodging costs. For more information on attending or submitting, check out the website here.
 

Woodhull Sexual Freedom Summit

Who: Woodhull Sexual Freedom Alliance
What: Woodhull’s Sexual Freedom Summit
Where:  Washington, D.C.
When: September 19-22, 2013
Why: Woodhull’s Sexual Freedom Summit features human rights activists, professionals from the legal and medical fields, authors, sexual freedom movement leaders and organizational partners all working toward the time when sexual freedom is fully recognized as a fundamental human right. The Summit is open to anyone interested in learning about issues of sexual freedom and social change. This year the Summit will include, Continuing Legal Education Courses, AASECT Continuing Education credits, workshops on again and sexuality, an all-day Human Rights Institute and more! You can get more information and register to attend here.

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