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March 31, 2011

We're Going to Momentum!

The Evil Slut Clique is going to the first annual Momentum Conference in Washington, D.C. / Silver Spring, MD! We are very excited to be "making waves in sexuality, feminism and relationships through new media" this weekend!

If you're going to be at Momentum this weekend too, please get in touch!

You can stay on top of the happenings this weekend even if you're not there, by checking out the Twitter hashtag #mcon or by following @momentumcon. (And if you're not already, you should follow us too while you're at it, @EvilSlutClique.)

The phenomenal growth of online communication has given rise to an amazing amount of sharing, learning and experimenting with different expressions of sexuality, relationships and feminism. MOMENTUM provides a safe place to listen, discuss and learn about the ways the web has impacted our sexuality without the fear of reprisal or shaming. It is a space for acceptance and appreciation of diversity, including for those in the LGBTQ, sex-work, BDSM and non-monogamous communities.

During MOMENTUM we will discuss ways to bridge the baffling dichotomies our culture creates around sexuality. While on one hand we have unprecedented sexual freedom, on the other we continue to police sexuality with a frightening vigor. Abortion laws, restrictions on gay marriage, abstinence programs, medicalization of sex, fear of pornography and prosecutions for teenage sexting are examples of one side of the spectrum. The discomfort that strives to make us keep our sexuality hidden conflicts with the use of sex — especially the female body — to sell everything from food to cars to “performance enhancing” products.
Geared toward anyone interested in intelligent conversations about the influence of new media on sexuality, MOMENTUM is the conference to attend in 2011. [via Momentumcon.com]
We're be sure to post about our experiences at the conference when we return after the weekend.

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