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Sexuality Tomorrow: Masculinity & The Rise of Ethical Porn & Prostitution

Psychology Tomorrow Magazine

Thursday, January 30, 2014 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM (PST)

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"Sexuality Tomorrow", Psychology Tomorrow Magazine's San Francisco debut, will feature porn intellectual Nica Noelle, sexologist and founder of the Center for Sex and Culture Carol Queen, sex work activist and filmmaker Kristen DiAngelo and SF sex therapist Natalie Mills. 

The evening will be one part soiree and one part Ted Talk: a panel discussion on "The New Dawn of Ethical Prostitution" will be filmed for online distribution. 

FEATURED PANELISTS

NICA NOELLE (http://bit.ly/1cAPOB3): Nica Noelle has been called “the most important erotic writer and director of this era," and is one of adult cinema's most prolific and influential directors. She is credited with setting off the "couple's porn" trend with her former studios Sweetheart Video, Sweet Sinner, and Sweet Sinema Films. Since then, she has created four more successful studios with business partner AEBN including the award-winning Transromantic Films, Girl Candy Films, and Rock Candy Films, earning her several Good For Her Feminist Porn Awards. In her spare time, Noelle works as a freelance science journalist and is blogger for The Huffington Post.

KRISTEN DIANGELO (http://bit.ly/1cATjHP): After a lifetime of work in the sex trade, Kristen DiAngelo has decided to bring the profession out of the shadows with her documentary “American Courtesans” (http://bit.ly/157Uj81), in which she talks candidly with women ranging from streetwalkers to big-money call girls, hoping to erase the stigma attached to an industry whose workers are frequently victimized but don’t enjoy equal protection under the law. 

Carol Queen (http://bit.ly/1cAQMxd): Carol Queen is a writer and educator with a doctorate in sexology. She is a former columnist for Playboy and the author of three previous books and editor of seven more, including Five Minute Erotica. She is a staff member at Good Vibrations, a women-founded sex toy and book emporium, and she lives in San Francisco, California, where she also directs the Center for Sex and Culture.

NATALIE MILLS, MFT (http://bit.ly/1cAPLoS): Natalie is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in San Francisco. She serves San Francisco, Berkeley, Oakland, and the Peninsula. Her services are affirmative for Sex Workers and those who love them. As Psychology Tomorrow's unofficial Bay Ambassador, Ms. Mills was crucial in organizing this event.

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ABOUT THE CENTER FOR SEX AND CULTURE: 

The mission of the Center for Sex & Culture (http://bit.ly/1cAQHcU) is to provide judgment-free education, cultural events, a library/media archive, and other resources to audiences across the sexual and gender spectrum; and to research and disseminate factual information, framing and informing issues of public policy and public health. 
 

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Center for Sex and Culture
1349 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA 94103

Thursday, January 30, 2014 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM (PST)


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Psychology Tomorrow Magazine

Unlike psychology magazines of the past, Psychology Tomorrow has a sex-positive approach. It explores the idea of sexuality as creative expression. It deals with the issues many other magazines are afraid to examine regarding sex, from fetishes to ideas about domination and submission, moving beyond conventional ideas about sexuality and the way we parcel things into “gay, straight, bisexual,” and broadening the perspective on peoples’ individual expression of their sexuality versus how we categorize them. 

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