Please plan to join us in Washington, DC September 19-22, 2013 for the fourth annual Sexual Freedom Summit, a national event featuring human rights activists, professionals from the legal and medical fields, authors, sexual freedom movement leaders and organizational partners all working toward the time when sexual freedom is fully recognized as a fundamental human right.
We’ve just come out of one of the most divisive elections in our Nation’s history. The “War on Women” continues virtually unabated. The United States record on Human Rights Abuses is under review in the International Human Rights Community, and while we’ve made some gains in the LGBTQ community, we are far from recognizing the full spectrum of sexual freedom as a fundamental human right.
This Summit is for EVERYONE interested in learning about the issues in the realm of sexual freedom, advancing their current knowledge and in gaining the tools to actually create the change we need to accomplish.
With the goals for the 2013 Summit, we are especially pleased to announce that Tess Danesi has joined Woodhull as the Summit co-chair. You may know Tess from the event she co-founded, MomentumCon. Building on the conversations at the innovative MCON, Tess was inspired to become a part of Woodhull’s Sexual Freedom Summit.
Under Tess’ joint stewardship as Co-Chair of the Summit, 2013 will be bigger and better than 2012 – featuring:
Of course Woodhull’s Board of Directors will all be on hand for the Summit. Don’t miss a chance to meet Board Chair Hardy Haberman, and members including Buck Angel, Nina Hartley, Gloria Brame, and Diana Adams!
Sex work refers to a wide range of activity where sexual interaction is explicitly exchanged for something of value.
WSFA firmly believes that human beings possess a fundamental right to develop and express their sexuality.
Sexual Health is a state of physical, emotional, mental and social well being in relation to sexuality.
Sexuality and faith are two of the most deeply important and deeply personal aspects of human identity.
Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people are entitled to the realization of the full spectrum of their human rights.
Civil rights are one sub-set of human rights that exist equal to and interdependent with multiple fundamental human rights.
Grounded in the human rights framework, reproductive justice refers to all of the conditions necessary for all people to enjoy reproductive freedom.
Every human being deserves access to medically accurate and inclusive information about sex and sexuality.