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Kink On Tap is one of maymay's many sexuality and sexual rights advocacy projects, packaged as a fun, smart, and accessible netcast.

What I'm up to Edit

I'm trying to put together a netcast about sexuality that's packaged in a fun, smart, and accessible way. I want to make the focus of the topics discussed all of the various things that sexuality influences. I'm still trying to evolve the idea, and I'm looking for interested people to help out. If you're interested in participating, please feel free to join this wiki and leave me a note on my discussion page. :)

I'm working a lot on this. Here's my /Todo list.

My bio Edit

According to his Twitter and Identi.ca profiles, Meitar "maymay" Moscovitz (born July 5th, 1984) is a "technology geek, sexual freedom and community activist, prickly blogger, and general free spirit."[1] He makes his living as an Internet technology professional, providing web development, social media consulting, and other technology services. He is the co-author of Foundation Website Creation and AdvancED CSS,[2] and a semi-regular blogger at SitePoint.com.[3] He has lead sessions at conferences such as Sex 2.0[4], often speaks on the intersection of technology and sexuality,[5][6] and is a co-founder of the BarCamp-style sexuality unconference series KinkForAll.[7]

References Edit

  1. Twitter one-line bio
  2. Amazon.com: Meitar Moscovitz: Books
  3. SitePoint Author Profile
  4. Sex 2.0 2009 Conference Session Leaders
  5. AdvancED CSS: About the Authors
  6. Gender and Technology - A Session by Maymay at Sex 2.0 in Washington, DC
  7. KinkForAll Washington DC Press Release


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