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July 07, 2016

Woodhull Announces Sponsors for 2016 Sexual Freedom Summit

ALEXANDRIA, VA—The Woodhull Freedom Foundation reminds potential sponsors that the deadline to do so for this year’s Sexual Freedom Summit is right around the corner. Held August 4–7 in Alexandria, Virginia, the seventh annual summit is the one conference focused on sexual freedom as a fundamental human right in the U.S. “Woodhull’s Sexual Freedom Summit is the premier information and skill-building conference for sexual freedom,” said Ricci Levy, President and CEO of Woodhull Freedom Foundation. “With a growing impact of social media—our 2015 conference shared over 282,000 Twitter feed imprints—the summit provides a great opportunity for visibility, not only for attendees, but also for decision-makers and thought leaders throughout the world. We thank our sponsors who have made this year’s Summit possible.” This year’s sponsors include:NJOY Walters Law Group Pleasure Chest Freeman Foundation Tantus Gilead Free Speech Coalition The Urology Health Store Chaturbate Sliquid Doxy B-Vibe Female Health Company Grooby Sex Positive World “Supporting the summit demonstrates the commitment to being a part of real and positive social change, and the commitment to advancing and respecting sexual rights as human rights,” said Mandy Farsace, Director of Woodhull Sexual Freedom Summit. “By being a sponsor, organizations are letting the communities they do business with know that their company’s values and vision are focused on the key issues impacting its customers and constituents. We look forward to hearing from any and all companies and organizations interested in sponsoring this year’s summit.” The summit is sponsored annually by corporations, regional and national organizations, and sexuality products manufacturers and retailers. For more information on sponsorship, click here. Woodhull will be present at the summer ANME Founders’ Show July 17-19, to speak with any companies interested in finding out more about sponsorship opportunities, including product and gift bag sponsorships. From gender expression to reproductive justice, LGBT rights to polyamory, sex work to spirituality, and much more, the summit welcomes attendees to bring ideas and concerns to the table, all within a human rights framework. The four-day schedule of institutes and workshops, roundtable discussions and sessions, cover a gamut of topics, ranging from geriatric sexuality, abuse, sex education, religion, gender identities, mental health, condom use, policy trends, intellectual and developmental disabilities, consent, sex work, and more. This year’s Summit will feature five tracks of programming: “Sex Work,” “Sexuality and Disability," “Social Media,” “Men’s Sexual Health and Pleasure,” and “Sexuality, Race, and Racism.” Now in its seventh year, the focus of the Sexual Freedom Summit is the goal of the sexual freedom movement: global recognition of our fundamental human right to sexual freedom. The summit is for everyone interested in sexual freedom, from activists, educators, students, attorneys, and clinicians, to people who are simply curious about how to make the world a freer place for all. To view the complete list of seminars, panel discussions, and interactive workshops for this year’s Woodhull’s Sexual Freedom Summit, click here. To register, click here. Returning to the Hilton Alexandria Mark Center, 5000 Seminary Road, Alexandria, Virginia 22311, Woodhull’s Sexual Freedom Summit is just five miles from Washington, DC and 4.5 miles from Washington Reagan International Airport, in the West End of historic Alexandria. The summit has a conference rate arranged with the Hilton; to book, click here. For more information on Woodhull’s Sexual Freedom Summit, click here, or follow the Summit on Twitter and on Facebook. Those following the conversation on Twitter may do so by using the hashtag#SFS16.

 
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