What We’ll Be Talking About in Season Two Each month in Season Two, we’ll be diving deeper into our discoveries from the Celebration Tour 2015. To launch our new season we wanted to explore some of the most common questions we covered last year in Season One, give you insight into the many reasons we align ourselves with the rainbow, and lay the groundwork for our next-level conversations focusing on the Celebration Tour.
Click here for a Rainbow Video Clip Q&A with Melita about DSG
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Geeking Out in April 2015 I had a fantastic time talking with Kate McCombs about how it came about that she started Sex Geekdom in 2012. We also chatted about the importance of “linguistic precision” including the difference between being sex mandatory vs. sex positive. And I couldn’t wait to hear what a Tea & Empathy party looks and feels like! There were so many gems in our chat that I encourage you to watch the whole interview – multiple times.
If you’re short on time, skip right to the video clip.
What is Sex Geekdom? Watch here as founder, Kate McCombs, talks about what Sex Geekdom is, where the hubs are all over the world, and what the events are like.
Who is Kate McCombs
Kate McCombs, MPH is a NYC-based sex educator and speaker who’s geeky about empathy and connection.
Ultimately, all of her work is about helping people feel more comfortable talking about sex and feelings. She believes that meaningful conversations and accurate information can help us create a healthier and more joy-filled world.
To that end, Kate writes articles and facilitates workshops on how to build amazing relationships. Click here to find out more about Kate McCombs & SexGeekdom.
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Celebrating the diversity of sexuality & gender, one (webcasted) conversation at a time.
#Censored2Celebrated offers a monthly webcast expanding the global celebration of sexuality & gender diversity, one conversation at a time.
Webcasted interviews feature a wide range of guests who celebrate the diversity of sexuality and gender, both professionally and personally. Melita and her guest(s) have a “come as you are” conversation once a month online for 30 minutes – join us!
The webcast is FREE to all in order to expand the conversation using the accessible, global medium of Google Hangouts on Air (live webcast) and YouTube (replays).
Video clip about DSG with Josh McAdams:
On the #Censored2Celebrated webcast we discuss topics such as:
The LGBTQ+ Alphabet Soup of Sexuality Orientation & Gender Identity, including newer terms like #DSG (Diverse Sexuality & Gender)
Aha moments that our guest(s) experience in their professional work (for example: at DSG conferences, in research, in volunteer work) as well as in their personal life
How to find inspiration to move from from censorship to celebration around Diverse Sexuality & Gender
If you want to learn about how you can experience more celebration – and less censorship – in your professional and personal life, join us as we explore the alphabet soup of sexuality and gender.
We look forward to expanding the conversation with you!
Melita Noël Cantú, MA (Sexuality Studies, SFSU)
Host, From Censored to Celebrated
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