Blog Archives

SexPosCon coming Feb 21-23, 2020! CFP opens July 15!

The second SexPosCon SexPosCon 20 coming Feb 21-23; CFP opens July 15will be in Burbank, CA at Woodbury University February 21-23, 2020. Call for Proposals available July 15-September 15, 2019. The theme of the conference is “Positive Sexuality Encourages Peacemaking”. With the extra day added to the conference we hope to see even more diverse and creative people and presentations.

Read more ›

Posted in Positive Sexuality Blog


Help us reach a top rating!

If you love our work then tell the world! Stories about us from people like you will help us make an even bigger impact in our community. GreatNonprofits – the #1 source of nonprofit stories and feedback – is honoring highly regarded nonprofits with their 2019 Top-Rated List.

Read more ›

Posted in Positive Sexuality Blog


Pup Play Study Needs Participants

Hello, my name is Daniel Garrett and I am a Clinical Psychology Doctoral Student at the Wright Institute in Berkeley, California. I am seeking participants for my dissertation entitled, “Grounded Theory Study of Gay and
Bisexual Men in the Pup Play Community”. The purpose of this study is to explore the experiences and motivations of gay and bisexual who engage in pup play and the pup play community.

Read more ›

Posted in Positive Sexuality Blog


Insight into the Male Escort Industry and Its Clientele

by Simon Benn, Gentlemen4Hire.com

The male escort industry is burgeoning around the world. Recent research has shown that the increase in business is not mainly due to the traditional use of male escorts by male clients. Instead, over half of all clients of male escorts are now heterosexual women,

Read more ›

Posted in Positive Sexuality Blog


Happy Volunteer Week!

I would like to thank all of the amazing volunteers that keep Center for Positive Sexuality running and succeeding!

Many of you probably don’t know that this organization is completely run by volunteers, from Board Members, to Educators, Researchers, Interns, and Administrative staff. We have over 70 volunteers on our active list at any given time.

Read more ›

Posted in Positive Sexuality Blog


Input Needed from Mental Health Professionals

As helping professionals, mental health workers have an ethical and a professional responsibility to provide culturally sensitive care to our clients. Sensitive care is especially crucial for individuals who are underserved and misunderstood in society, such as those involved in kink and fetish. When some find their way to mental health professionals for help,

Read more ›

Posted in Positive Sexuality Blog


New issue of JPS now available!

word: new

Check out the three new articles now posted from Journal of Positive Sexuality. First, the editors provide an overview of the last four years of publication, including metrics showing the reach of this unique publication. Revised submission guidelines are also provided.

Read more ›

Posted in Positive Sexuality Blog


Queer Lens in Focus Art Exhibit, Los Angeles

ArtShare-QueerLensInFocus is a arts-based, photovoice research project centering the voices of 14 LGBTQ + displaced people who use photography to share their lived experience, focusing on concepts of home, identity, hopes and dreams, challenges and fears, and perspectives of the refugee crisis.

We curated an exhibit of their work at the Athens Museum of Queer Art (AMOQA) in Greece last spring and plan to hold an exhibit at Art Share Gallery in downtown Los Angeles on Saturday,

Read more ›

Posted in Positive Sexuality Blog


Pegging Study Looking for Interview Participants

Ph.D student at Louisiana State University is conducting an academic study on pegging. This study has IRB approval. Seeking adults 18+ to participants who engage in pegging, and would like to be interviewed. Please contact lcoto1@lsu.edu with the subject “pegging study”.

Read more ›

Posted in Positive Sexuality Blog


Why Mental Health Practice Guidelines are Crucial for Working with Kink, BDSM, & Fetish

As helping professionals, mental health workers have an ethical and a professional responsibility to provide culturally sensitive care to our clients. Sensitive care is especially crucial for individuals who are underserved and misunderstood in society, such as those involved in kink and fetish. When some find their way to mental health
professionals for help,

Read more ›

Posted in Positive Sexuality Blog


Newsletter Sign Up

Contact Us

P.O. Box 1190 Burbank, CA 91507 (818) 661-3615 queries@positivesexuality.org