I will be attending and potentially presenting at Woodhull SFS 2015. I'll also be ringleader to a Blogger's Retreat and Networking event that will be taking place during the conference and am available for consultations and meetups at the conference or in Washington, D.c. Interested? Get in touch!
I'll be attending the conference as well as presenting my workshop, Detox: Avoiding Toxic Sexuality Pleasure and Health Products - more details TBA!
I'll be visiting NYC for my birthday, but also for business. Want a consultation for the business, or the individual? A guided shopping trip to a local store? Want to have a meal or tea with me, or interview me? I'll be in NYC for the weekend and can extend the trip if it's worth it.
I will be attending and writing about the first annual Queer Porn Film Festival!
I'll also be available to meet up before and after the festival if you're in the NYC area to talk business, do interviews, or just say hello. Let me know if you're interested! I likely will be getting in early, leaving late, and not sleeping.
Janet Mock is a writer, advocate and author of “Redefining Realness: My Path to Womanhood, Identity, Love & So Much More,”, a text that is required reading for 5 WGS/LIT courses in the Spring of 2015. In 2011, Janet publicly proclaimed her identity as a trans woman and focused her efforts on speaking about the struggles, triumphs and portrayals of girls and women like herself. In 2012, she launched the social media project #GirlsLikeUs, a movement that encourages trans women to live visibly.
Janet was profiled in the HBO documentary “The Out List” and contributes to MSNBC’s Melissa Harris-Perry show. She is a board member at the Arcus Foundation and has been recognized by the Sylvia Rivera Law Project, the Anti-Violence Project, and the Center for American Progress. A native of Honolulu, Janet attended the University of Hawaii, earned her MA in journalism from NYU, and worked as an editor at People.com.