EDUCATION

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Making It More Accessible: A Guide for Greater Inclusion

Do you know your audience? By being more inclusive, more people will find your offerings accessible. Ending assumptions about anything to do with your audience around money, availability, education or knowledge, trauma history, experience, disabilities, etc., will help you include a wider range of people in your audience.

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Making It More Accessible: A Guide For Event Management

Feel like your events or work should be more accessible to more people? Improving accessibility may seem like adding on more work and sometimes we might feel this additional work isn’t needed. But in order to be more inclusive, it is very needed!

Everyone has different access needs. This class teaches how to organize and run events that accommodate access needs for a variety of disabilities. Join me to learn how to make your events more accessible!

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Making It More Accessible: A Guide for Educators

Feel like your events or work should be more accessible to more people? Improving accessibility may seem like adding on more work and sometimes we might feel this additional work isn’t needed. But in order to be more inclusive, it is very needed!

Everyone has different access needs. This class teaches how to create presentations that accommodate access needs for a variety of disabilities. Join me to learn how to make your presentations more accessible!

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Playing It Safe(r): Better Practices for Technological Security

Sex toy maker or seller? Kinkster? Sex educator? Harm reduction worker? Nude photographer? User of a dating app? Tantric bodyworker? Sex worker of any sort? Porn studio? Or maybe you just like to consensually send nudes of your of-legal-age self to someone who is also of legal age?

Now that FOSTA (States and Victims to Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act) and CLOUD (Clarifying Lawful Overseas Use of Data Act) have passed and two new related Acts are pending in the House of Representatives (EARN IT – Eliminating Abusive and Rampant Neglect of Interactive Technologies and LAED – Lawful Access To Encrypted Data), are you doing enough to protect yourself and your data?

I’ll be teaching better practices for technological safety to help keep you and your data as law-abiding and secure as currently possible when you use phone carrier networks and the internet. Topics will include hosting your own website, using browsers to access the internet, messaging services, bitcoin, and more.

*Title inspired by Iggy Pop’s “Play It Safe