Last night I saw a fellow activist/organization published a blog post about polyamory vs. monogamy. I read through the first few paragraphs where they discussed the 3 D's that lead to relationships falling apart (distance, dysfunction, and desire).

This is where I admit not reading the second half of the article. I rushed through and assumed "Hey, they're going to talk about how polyamory can help with the desire part", gave the article my seal of approval, and sent it off to my friends via. Facebook.

The blog post came from an organization that supports "relationship choice", so it couldn't possibly involve monogamy-bashing, right?

That assumption = Egg + my face.

My trip to Seattle, WA for Sex 2.0 was full of awesome!
For those that are not familiar with the event - Sex 2.0 is a conference where sex educators of all types can meet, share experiences, and learn from one another. The topic that were presented at the panels and sessions dealt with the multiple aspects of feminism, sexuality, and social media (and in some cases the intersections between them). This was the third year of the conference, and it's future (where it's being held ... if it's being held again) are currently under discussion.
Now for the juicy details of my trip...

Here's the press release. I will be hosting a session on building a public presence (online) and how to be seen and heard! :)

Sex 2.0 Conference -- May 22-23, 2010
The Intersection of Social Media, Feminism and Sexuality

SEATTLE – Sex 2.0 celebrates its third year May 22-23, 2010, in Seattle, Washington, at the Quality Inn. For the first time, the conference is heading to the West Coast and expanding across an entire weekend, attracting local and national influencers, entrepreneurs and enthusiasts who are defining the future of sex and technology.