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“Radical self-love summons us to be our most expansive selves, knowing that the more unflinchingly powerful we allow ourselves to be, the more unflinchingly powerful others feel capable of being. Our unapologetic embrace of our bodies gives others permission to unapologetically embrace theirs.” – Sonya Renee Taylor

Inspired by #SDSCon22’s naked parade through the halls and all the lovely beautiful bodies that we saw, we found it perfectly fitting that #SDSCon23’s theme encompass all the body love. Black bodies, non-Black bodies, queer bodies, trans bodies, big bodies, small bodies, fat bodies, thin bodies, common bodies, uncommon bodies, disabled bodies, non-disabled bodies, athletic bodies, couch bodies, servicing bodies, surviving bodies, thriving bodies, powerful bodies, spiritual bodies, and any other kind of body you can think of, we want it!

How do we love ourselves when the white cisheteropatriarchy capitalizes on our perceived flaws? What does it mean to radically love ourselves, moving through the world unapologetically, inspiring ourselves and the people around us? How do we stay as active human beings and step into the unknown, despite our fear and reluctance?

One way to do this is to do it together. All of us coming from all walks of life, sharing ourselves and our knowledge with one another.

Subjects to be addressed and explored will always include the following topics:

Communication & Healthy Relationships

Religion & Sexuality

Single Life

Trans, Gender Non-Conforming & Genderqueer Sexualities

Lesbian/Gay/Same Gender Loving/Bisexual/Queer Sexualities

Sexuality in Academia

Sexual Liberation/Sexual Justice

Reproductive Justice

Sacred/Spiritual/Tantric Sexuality

Religion & Sexuality

BDSM/Kink/Costume Play


Sex in the South/Geographical implications on Sexuality

Race & Sexuality

Disability & Sexuality

Youth Sex Education

If you’re ready to learn, experience, and explore, register today!

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