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Tag Archives: Catalyst Con
Missed My Panels at Catalyst Con East? These Storify Threads Will Fill You in on All the Great Info!
Catalyst Con East was March 14-16 and, true to the theme of the conference, many conversations about sexuality were sparked. I spoke three times: once as a panelist on the opening keynote, once as a moderator presenter for the The … Continue reading
Why I Spent My Saturday of Catalyst Con Crying Instead of Having Sex, a.k.a. Grief Hits at the Worst Times
For the most part, I love speaking at conferences. For the most part, I love being the person who encourages people to dig deep and share their Truths, to talk about the difficult – from money to grief to racism … Continue reading
Posted in Confessions, Essays, Featured, Headline, Off Our Chests, Personal, Queerie Bradshaw, Uncategorized Tagged Catalyst Con, condrop, conference, conferences, depression, grief, personal, personal story 19 Comments
March East Coast Tour: Catalyst Con in DC, Strap-On Workshop at Babeland NYC, Consulting in SF
It seems like I’m never home these days, which is exactly how I like it. Why? Because I love meeting my readers, other sex educators, and new friends from all walks of life, and traveling allows me to do just … Continue reading
Posted in Announcements, Events, Featured, Meet Queerie Bradshaw, Speaking Gigs/Workshops Tagged Babeland, Catalyst Con, east coast, NYC, San Francisco, speaking, workshops 1 Comment
Sex Questions of the Day/Week #SQOTD, a.k.a. Starting Conversations About Sex
In March, I’m on the opening keynote plenary panel at Catalyst Con East (you can use code “QUEERIE” for $10 off registration), a conference intent on “sparking communications about sexuality.” For the keynote, I’ve been asked to talk about how I’m moderating … Continue reading
Posted in #SexQOTD, Body Positivity, Conversation Starters, Queerie Me (Advice Column), Sex Tagged #SexQOTD, advice, body image, Catalyst Con, conversations about sex, fat, fear, feelings, love, loving yourself, plus-size, Sex, shame 16 Comments
Fat Rolls and Photos, a.k.a. Learning to Positively Judge My Image
When Catalyst Con announced that photos from the event were up on their website, I got very excited. I spoke three times and there was a professional photographer there, giving me high hopes for a new profile photo or something … Continue reading
Posted in Body Positivity, Essays, Featured, Headline, Off Our Chests, Personal, Politics Tagged body image, Catalyst Con, fat, fear, featured, feelings, feminist, personal, personal story, self-esteem, shame 25 Comments
Professionalism at Its Best, a.k.a. Why I Loved the Sex Conference Catalyst Con
This one time, I went to a conference for bloggers and took a photo of my boobs squished against my friends’ boobs and posted it on Instagram. The next day, it was used on a very mean site as an … Continue reading