Outreach and Partners
The Invitation Toward an Honest , Mature Sexual Conversation
Every March 3 and throughout the year
The legacy of The Comstock Act, and its added laws, is to this day, the most significant symbol of the still very partisan, embattled and often uncivil outrage in America, between issues of sexual liberties and protections. The importance of dialogue about all sexual issues on March 3 marks a continued year-round opportunity to advance sexuality and societal understanding.
- All Media and Advocacy Groups are Encouraged to responsibly and factually promote March 3, the anniversary of The Comstock Act, to benefit their own formats and goals, no matter their perspective, nor whether they choose to acknowledge America’s Sexuality Day or not.
- Create Your Own America’s Sexuality Day – We heartily welcome all organizations that promote respectful dialogue about sexual knowledge and free speech to utilize and create March 3 SexDayUSA celebrations, benefiting their own missions in diverse and meaningful ways. Please let us know about your event or campaign, so we can promote it for you, as well.
- Your Invitations for Us – We absolutely appreciate all invitations from media and to participate at events on March 3 and throughout the year.
How We All Can End The Cultural War
The prevalence of stubborn, often arrogant positioning in our politics and media – rooted from very real emotions– creates an environment of winners and losers, a repetitive back-and-forth battle of civil unrest and too-often violence , often overly simplistic and ill-thought-through legislation, to Supreme Court decrees where even the court shouts “cultural war,” and back again. On the other end of the spectrum are the head-in-the-sand attitudes that our society has somehow “won” the sexual revolution– task done, no need to understand it further, or that sex is something not to be discussed at all.
Sex is complicated.
Our sex, our children, our pursuit of happiness and democracy deserve a more just and honorable conversation, not only on March 3, but throughout the year.
It begins with a willingness to be honest about the sexual impulse and to choose to want to understand each other’s deeper reasons for our differences. There are many individuals and advocacies whose missions embrace open dialogue. We’ll update our blog with their messages . Your sexual journey is your choice; a true American democracy depends upon acknowledging each of our journey’s.
- Sponsors We welcome all sponsors whose social responsibility efforts include a commitment to free speech and knowledge.
- Advocacies We welcome all foundations and organizations to discuss mutually beneficial ways to promote each other. Please send us important dates for your events and campaigns for our calendar listings. Your blog posts and news updates are welcome on our site.