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KinkForAllSanFrancisco

Page history last edited by maymay 9 years, 4 months ago

Thank you and followups!

 

KinkForAll San Francisco is over, but this page and its related pages will continue to evolve.

 

Although the unconference itself is now over, this is just the beginning. Some things to do now are:

 

 


 

KinkForAll San Francisco is a 100% free, informal conference about the intersections of sexuality with the rest of life featuring discussions and presentations created by you, the participants! Imagine what would be possible if you combined TED Talks with BarCamp. Welcome to KinkForAll!

 

KinkForAll San Francisco will be held on March 21st from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM at the Women's Building at 3543 18th Street, San Francisco, CA 94110 (in the Mission).

 

Getting involved in KinkForAll San Francisco is as easy as:

 

  1. signing up in the table below (this lets you participate in early conversation about possible discussion topics and other preparation),
  2. reaching out to your friends and allies in other communities and telling them about KinkForAll San Francisco (here's a flyer we made; post it in your favorite café to invite your neighbors! Are you a member of the press? Read our press release!),
  3. showing up! (Don't forget to add KinkForAll San Francisco to your calendar!)

 

Read through WhatToExpect to learn more about what a KinkForAll event is like, or watch some videos from past events!

 


 

Pre-registration Signup

 

To participate, press the "Edit" link at the top of this page and add your name as a new row to this table. (If a blank row is not available, place your cursor in the bottom-right most cell and press TAB. Watch a 2 minute video tutorial.) When you're done, be certain to join the mailing list and introduce yourself.

 

No. Name (or Pseudonym) Homepage/URL Email Participation (Unorganize, Attend, Present, Help Out?) Presentation Topic
1. Meitar "maymay" Moscovitz http://maymay.net/ bitetheappleback+kinkforall AT gmail Unorganize, present "Deviance as Heroism: Empowering People Through Sex Education" OR "Evolution and utilization of telecommunications as a vehicle for societal change" (ala open space technology, the advent of 24/7 community centers ("hackerspaces"), and sexuality information accessibility)
2. E. http://subversivesub.wordpress.com subversivesub@gmail.com Help out, attend, present Facilitated discussion, either on the concept of play or about literary concepts of sadism and masochism (and how they're different than "BDSM"). 
3. Jon   jon [at] sfbdsm [d0t] net help, attend, present lets see what I have up my ... sleeves
4. Sai http://saizai.liverjounal.com (see also http://conference.conlang.org) kinkforall @ saizai unorganize, help out, attend  
5.   Emma  http://followsthesun.com  heliotrope@followsthesun.com  help out, attend, present  Why I Talk About Sex All The Time - And Why I Think You Should Too!
6.  Aaron    aareed @ g mail  attend, help out, TBD  TBD
7.  Maria    mariaseesall at gmail.com unorganize  
8. aestetix   aestetix [at] gmail [dot] com unorganize, TBD  
9.

Sarah

 

  sarahblisss@gmail.com

help out, attend

 

 
10.  James   voyager640 at gmail dot com unorganize is wondering what would happen if he tried to run an open space technology ( http://www.openspaceworld.org/) sub-track within a KinkForAll.  Would it be breaking the rules of the unconference?   ;-)
11.  Mollena Williams

http://mollena.com

http://twitter.com/Mollena

mo@mollena.com Present, attend TBD
12.

Sarah Dopp!!

http://sarahdopp.com

http://genderfork.com

sarah [at] sarahdopp [dot] com

Present! 

Attend!

Help out!

Un-unorganize!

Hug Wildly!

"My Gender Broke Your Sexuality Language" (a reading of Genderfork Profiles -- identities, needs, and desires -- and a discussion of what they teach us)
13. Rebecca Reagan   rsreagan (at) gmail.com

Attend!

Help Out!

Cuddle!

Possibly Present!

Relationship Hacking, if at all
14.  Alex  Peake  http://www.tacticalcorsets.com  tacticalcorsets (at) gmail.com  Present  TBD 
15.  Mirae Bouyssou    miraebouyssou@yahoo.com Attend, help out.   
16. Stella   maledictive {at} gmail.com Assist, attend  
18. Dee   goodcooking29@gmail.com attend?   
19.  Kahren    kmarie136@hotmail.com  Attend, learn,    
20.  Ani Niow  http://oneletterwonder.com  v (at) oneletterwonder.com  Attend, learn, unorganise, present?   
21.
Johanna Rothe
   
Listen, respond, bring mandarins, maybe present
maybe something like this: The Anti-Homosexuality Bill in Uganda: Three thoughts worth stumbling over when one is going to speak about it in the U.S.
22.
Encian
  epastel (at)  gmail.com
Attend, present, help out
poetry workshop - exploring sm subjectivities
23.
HAVEN WILDE
www.havenwilde.com
havenwilde (at) gmail (dot) com
attend & present
Dark tantra, CBT, personal transformation thru D/s dynamics
24.
Dana Morrigan

http://identityTBD.com

http://genderfork.com

identityTBD (at) gmail (dot) com

attend?

make amusing puns under breath

have head explode

D/s, polyamory, gender play
25. Jeff
  bannor (at)sonic(dot)net

Attend and present help where possible

Timekeeper?

Polyandry,BDSM, disabled sexuality
26.
Lorrett
www.fantasymakers.com
lorrett(at)fantasymakers.com
present if possible, help as needed
 
           
           
           
           
           
           
           

-- Add your name above this line. --

 

Additional (optional) places to make your interest known

 

 

Needs list

 

Support equipment is still in the process of being organized. Currently, we have need (or want) of the items on the following list. If you are already planning to bring things please list them on the KinkForAllSanFranciscoInventory page.

 

  • FOOD. (Cook something pot-luck style and bring it!) 
  • Camcorders/handycams/video and audio recording equipment. (Bring your still cameras, too!)
  • Your beautiful selves. :) 

 

Location and Directions

 

KinkForAll San Francisco will be hosted on the 2nd floor of the Women's Building at 3543 18th Street in the Mission. All rooms are wheelchair-accessible.

 

Public transit

 

The Women's Building is located centrally in San Francisco, a couple minutes walk from the 16 St. Mission BART station, and the 14, 22, 26, 33, 49 and J Church Metro service.

 

Parking

 

Limited street parking is available. Additionally, there are 2 city garages each within 3 blocks.

 

 

Contact the SF Department of Parking & Traffic for rates.

 

Map of the area

 

 

View Larger Map

 

Donate

 

This event would not be possible without contributions from participants like you. There are a number of ways you can contribute—only one of them is financial. If you can make or bring any of the things on the needs list, please do so! If you can't but still want to help out, then please consider offering a monetary donation in the amount of your choosing by clicking the "Donate" button, below. We need to raise approximately $900, and whatever you can contribute towards that goal goes a very long way!

 

Donate to KinkForAll San Francisco!

 

Your donation is being routed directly to an unorganizer of this event and will be used for the event itself (see our budget), its promotion, or the promotion of KinkForAll only.

 

Individual donors choose to contribute their time, money, efforts and/or assistance as a means of expressing their support for the ideals and goals of KinkForAll. To view a current list of individual financial donations so far, see the KinkForAll San Francisco financials Funding sheet.

 

Comments (1)

maymay said

at 10:16 pm on Nov 5, 2009

James asked: "wondering what would happen if he tried to run an open space technology ( http://www.openspaceworld.org/) sub-track within a KinkForAll. Would it be breaking the rules of the unconference?"

James, can you define "sub-track"? You're welcome to give a presentation about whatever you like, and if you think that open space technology has a connection to sexuality, then I'd love to hear a presentation about that. However, due to the busy nature of some of these events, if there are people who have not gotten a chance to give a presentation or lead a session yet, I'd encourage you to cede the floor to them and their interests after you give your OST presentation.

See also: http://wiki.kinkforall.org/TheRulesOfKinkForAll

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