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OVER A QUARTER CENTURY OF DEDICATION TO PROTECTING, PRESERVING AND PROMOTING EROTIC ART.
September 27, 2012
Seattle, WA

The Foundation for Sex Positive Culture
presents:
Sexuality 2012
Erotic Art Showcase, Speakers & Dinner


Photo of special guest Miss Indigo Blue, Miss Exotic World 2011

Meet distinguished leaders from world-famous organizations.

Learn from (and join in on) a groundbreaking panel discussion.

Savor a delicious three-course gourmet dinner and drinks.

Enjoy an erotic art showcase from the private collections of The Kinsey Institute
and Seattle Erotic Art Festival.

Admire an elegant venue with views of the Puget Sound and Olympic Mountains
(and complimentary parking).

Mingle with special guests, including glamorous burlesque stars
Miss Indigo Blue, Jesse Belle-Jones, and The Shanghai Pearl.

DISTINGUISHED SPEAKERS

Dr. Julia R. Heiman
Director, The Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender and Reproduction

Allena Gabosch
Executive Director, Foundation for Sex Positive Culture

Jeff Hedgepeth
Director of Grants Programming, Pride Foundation

Jacob Appelbaum
Social Privacy/Anonymity Activist and Developer, Tor Project

Clayton Hibbert
Director, Seattle Erotic Art Festival (Moderator)

And special guest
Dr. Pepper Schwartz, PhD

SEAF was founded in 2002 by Seattle's Sex Positive Community Center to promote freedom of sexuality, speech and creativity through the erotic expression of fine art.

Please visit their website for photographs and artwork from previous festivals.

Venue:
Fremont Studios
155 N. 35th Street, Seattle, WA 98103 · Map
Seattle Erotic Art Festival Website

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MONEY
“…I named what I thought was an enormous sum. Without blinking an eye, he gathered up my life work and handed me the amount I asked for: $70… I didn’t expect more. Remember that homosexuality was forbidden in most of the Western world; so all those businesses were illegal, black market. I knew that they wouldn’t have paid me more anyway — or so I believed then.”
— Tom of Finland