Thesis Presentation

The presentation for my thesis is available by clicking here. You can download and read my thesis paper in PDF here. Video of the presentation below. Click to play   Share → Tweet

Sex Worker Zine Project – Call for Submissions

The Sex Worker Zine Project seeks to create a zine showcasing the diversity of sex workers’ experiences of all genders, sexualities, ages, abilities, nationalities, immigration statuses, races, and ethnic backgrounds. International submissions encouraged! This yet to be titled zine will be printed in full cover and will be available for sale with profits supporting the work of SWOP-NYC. All accepted contributors will receive a free copy of the completed zine. This zine is intended to be informal, informational, and accessible. How to Contribute Are you a current or former sex worker or someone... Read The Rest →

Thesis Production Calendar, March 20 – May 9

March 20-March 26: built out from comps March 27 – March 30: Populate Content. March 29: present to youth, feedback on features, branding (tentative) March 31 – April 3: Sex Tech Conference in San Francisco April 4: Commit to branding April 5 – 9: Figure out GPS functionality for “Resources” April 11: Thesis Book Due April 10 – 15: Populate GPS content April 16 & 17: Take off for work. April 18 – April 23: Populate GPS content and make website to accompany app. April 19: Present to youth (tentative)... Read The Rest →

Response to Jonathan Harris’ TED Talk

In Jonathan Harris’ collects stories TED talk was interesting in that I liked the many ways he was able to share an immense number of stories in a visually interesting way. The piece about Bhutan struck a chord with me, however I tend to find it tricky when a person with white skin privilege from the global North (“first world”) travels to an “exotic” locale to tell the stories of folks who do not share his privilege. This is obviously something that I think about to some extent frequently, as... Read The Rest →

HIV/AIDS & Social Media News Roundup

HIV/AIDS News Personalized Text Messages Could Boost HIV Medication Adherence – “A personalized text messaging reminder service significantly boosted antiretroviral (ARV) adherence over a six-week period compared with a standard beeper reminder system, according to a study published in the March issue of AIDS Patient Care and STDs.” Adults With HIV at Increased Risk of Bone Fractures, Study Finds Maine AIDS Alliance Closing its Doors – “Maine’s only statewide HIV/AIDS advocacy group is closing in June after more than two decades of lobbying for patients in Augusta and organizing Maine AIDS Walks... Read The Rest →

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