March 3rd 6:30 pm pst / 9:30 pm ET WeToo Reading at Skylight Bookstore REGISTER HERE
March 9 at 7 p.m. EST Reading of Good Bad Sex with McNally Jackson. Join authors Roxane Gay, Melissa Febos, Melissa Broder, Tracy Clark-Flory, and Yin Q., and host Elissa Bassist RSVP HERE
March 19th Lesbian Sex Mafia!! One of my favorite NYC organizations ever....
8 PM EST LSM Presents: Women's Herstory Panel: Reimagining Kink/BDSM/Leather Visibility - Past, Present, & Future Online, via Zoom Cost: $5 Members / $10 Non-Members (+ Eventbrite fees) LSM won't turn folks away due to lack of funds - limited free admission tickets are available. SALES END AT 3PM ON 3/19. Ticket Link
APRIL 8, 2021 12noon -1pm ET, Decoding Stigma: Designing for Sex Worker Liberatory Futures FEATURING ZAHRA STARDUST, GABRIELLA GARCIA, CHIBUNDO EGWUATU, YIN Q What would the Internet look like if it was designed by sex workers? Taking a sex worker lens to tech ethics envisions a radically different online space. Sex workers hold unique insights into the real world impacts of platform capitalism, carceral politics, digital surveillance, and sexual gentrification. Yet sex workers face significant structural barriers to inclusion in both tech and academic spaces. This panel elevates sex worker expertise and offers new ways for regulators, ethicists, policy-makers, and technologists to think about community standards, technologies of violence, data privacy, online safety, and virtual intimacies, and will explore how we might code sex worker ethics into future design. This event will be recorded. Video and Audio will be available soon after the event
The Clients & Sexuality in Social Work, Community Engagement and Justice, Harm Reduction, Mental Health, Media and Social Justice Caucus, API Caucus, and Community Engagement and Justice Caucuses of Columbia School of Social Work present Sex Work X Social Work: a series of panels that explore activism, organizing, education and support surrounding Sex Workers and Sex Worker’s rights. Topics will range from culturally competent Mental Healthcare, Mutual Aid Funds and Community Organizing, and needed policy changes towards a goal of decriminalizing sex work. I will be speaking on APRIL 15th ,Thursday, 7-8pm: Community Organizing and Mutual Aid