I just received a nice email from someone inviting me to go to Sex 2.0:
I want to invite you to Sex 2.0. I think it would be wonderful to see the asexual movement represented. After all, in our talking about sex, people who don’t want it need a place at the table too.
“Sex 2.0 will focus 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, will be addressed within a safe, welcoming, sex-positive space.”
If you think it looks interesting, spread the word around.
I hope to see you there!
Unfortunately, that’s finals week for me, and one of my final projects is due that day, so I won’t be able to go. But I wanted to let everybody else know what’s going on, so that maybe someone who is free on May 9th can make it to Washington, D.C. to represent asexuality. If anybody does go, let me know what happens!