In a pivotal year for our LGBTQ+ community, Movement Moments: The National LGBTQ Task Force at 50 is podcast that offers insight, urgency, and the voices of some of our most important activists and organizers.
In 1973, a group of LGBTQ activists came together to form the National LGBTQ Task Force and advance a progressive vision of liberation for the LGBTQ+ community. But our fights are far from over – join us for a series of conversations about the past 50 years and the next from the voices and organizers who helped shape our history.
The National LGBTQ Task Force, the country’s oldest queer advocacy organization, recently released a new episode of the podcast Movement Moments: The National LGBTQ Task Force at 50.
This episode centers on sexual liberation and queer organizing, featuring amazing speakers, including:
- Jack Harrison-Quintana, Director of Grindr for Equality
- Dr. Jaime M. Grant, sex educator
- Igancio Rivera of The HEAL Project
They cover topics like overcoming shame and fear, stepping into vulnerability and authenticity, desire mapping, the intersection of technology and sex, and why sexual liberation is such a crucial element of the LGBTQ movement.
Listen to the latest episode, and previous episodes here.