Sex 2.0 is April 12th!

Come join us in Atlanta!

Sexing Up Social Change & Social MediaMelissa Gira and Stacey Swimme

The non-profit web, it’s so hot right now. But what of us sex activist outlaws — working queer politics, throwing feminist actions, laboring for sex worker rights, and promoting sexual health uprisings? Many of our community members are super web savvy, from gay teen YouTube celebs to third waving bloggers to podcasting porn stars, so doing outreach, advocacy, and organizing online makes complete sense (especially in frequently cash-strapped organizations). Then what does it take to do social change with social media strategically? How do you know when you’re doing effective work vs. just messing around on MySpace? And is there funding out there for online activism? Drawing on examples from international campaigns and peer-led trainings I’ve supported, I’ll run down free tools we can use now, brainstorm how we involve our communities in peer-based advocacy online, and facilitate discussion on how to launch a campaign.

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One Response

  1. Woohoo! See you in (gulp) three weeks!

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