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==The Next Lecture==
 
==The Next Lecture==
 
This month's talk is going to be "Anti-Censorship Best Practices for the Sex-Positive Publisher," ([https://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=141465195930408 Facebook], [http://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2011/06/28/18683178.php IndyBay], [http://fetlife.com/events/59650 FetLife]) and will be given by Social Justice Technologist and sexuality activist [[User:Maymay|maymay]]. Formerly an open source programmer “by day” and a sexual freedom advocate “by night,” Maymay has been an outspoken member of kinky, queer communities since 2002. Now a full-time activist, writer, and public speaker, he frequently examines cultural and political issues ranging from censorship to community building and beyond on his blog at http://maybemaimed.com. His multi-media seminars employ an interdisciplinary approach that treats sexuality as a lens on the rest of life. Come ready to watch a fast-paced slideshow and then participate in a far-reaching, informal discussion after the seminar.
 
This month's talk is going to be "Anti-Censorship Best Practices for the Sex-Positive Publisher," ([https://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=141465195930408 Facebook], [http://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2011/06/28/18683178.php IndyBay], [http://fetlife.com/events/59650 FetLife]) and will be given by Social Justice Technologist and sexuality activist [[User:Maymay|maymay]]. Formerly an open source programmer “by day” and a sexual freedom advocate “by night,” Maymay has been an outspoken member of kinky, queer communities since 2002. Now a full-time activist, writer, and public speaker, he frequently examines cultural and political issues ranging from censorship to community building and beyond on his blog at http://maybemaimed.com. His multi-media seminars employ an interdisciplinary approach that treats sexuality as a lens on the rest of life. Come ready to watch a fast-paced slideshow and then participate in a far-reaching, informal discussion after the seminar.
 
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