The intersectional speakers at CatalystCon claim they can show you how to find someone who will have sex with you

 

At CatalystCon, the sex-obsessed speakers believe that intersectional issues should not be a boundary to becoming as sex-obsessed as they are! These speakers even make outrageous claims that it is possible to experience intimacy with people you don’t even know! In collaborative workshops, the different speakers claim to have devised ways to do just that!

 

 

But what does intersectional even mean?

In 1989, law Professor and race theorist Kimberlé Crenshaw first employed the term. She initially intended for the term intersectionality to be used in the context of the black women’s struggles to find a voice within what they perceived as a feminist movement run by white women, and anti-racism movement run by men.

However, even Crenshaw admits that the term has taken on a life of its own.  Initially, Crenshaw built the term from the idea of an intersection. Essentially, she believed that the two issues of feminism and racism met and created a traffic jam. She felt intersectionality could work like a set of traffic lights or a roundabout.

 

A broader, more embellished definition of intersectionality

Similarly, CatalystCon uses a broader definition of intersectionality. As Crenshaw admits, most modern social justice warriors utilize the term with their own interpretation. According to WikipediaIntersectionality is the idea that social identities, related systems of oppression, domination, or discrimination, and multiple group identities intersect to create a whole that is different from the component identities.

 

 

The various speakers who will appear at CatalystCon hail from many diverse backgrounds. Indeed, they are much more diverse than the types of speakers one may find at a regular sex convention. Many feel that regular sex conventions do not meet the needs of many people due to alleged sex discrimination, race discrimination, age discrimination and class discrimination. CatalystCon believes that they remedy this.

 

A rainbow spectrum of speakers

At CatalystCon you will hear from members of the LGBTQIA community, poly community, a 73-year-old woman who believes age doesn’t need to halt your sex life. Other speakers advocate for the sex-lives of those with disabilities and those who have experienced some kind of sexual trauma. Indeed, speakers at the conference believe that understanding everyone’s unique experience of the cards life has thrown them will lead to more sexual pleasure.

Essentially, the general idea is that if you should get to know the finer details of someone’s background. In this way, you are more likely to end up in bed having sex with them. Furthermore, according to many of the speakers, this applies if you just want to have a one night stand! Essentially, one assumes the underlying idea is that you have a practical conversation about all of the identities you believe apply to you. Finally, once you have had this conversation, you are theoretically ready to rub your genitalia together with your lover of choice.

 

 

Does this sound like “intimacy-lite” to get someone to have sex with you?

To be honest, this all sounds like intimacy-lite. Furthermore, one speaker at the conference, Reid Mihalko, admits that gaining such knowledge is about getting him more sex. Indeed, he is not at all dissimilar to the notorious character of a lady’s man. Mihalko appears to be a lady’s guru. Mihalko claims “If you can be the guy who has a little more court awareness around cultural things. What your partners have to deal with on a daily basis. It will get you hella laid.

Indeed, the world may be burning, people may be dying in the thousands from war, animals may be being tortured, but conferences like CatalystCon preach that sex is supreme above all other things, just like any other sex conference does. According to the speakers, a good sex life will allegedly solve all your problems. You never know, maybe it will help you forget about the real problems occurring around the planet too!

 

References: CatalystCon, Playboy, ReidAboutSex
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