The project is based on Eden Fantasys’ two founding principles: education and community, the company said. It will consist of a variety of new articles and essays, both personal and academic on Eden Fantasys’ sex magazine SexIs, as well as on Eden Fantasys’ blog EdenCafe.com.
The week of dedicated articles and essays begins Nov. 30 and runs through Dec. 4.
Some contributing authors and subjects are: Dr. Elizabeth Boskey, on how the advent of HIV/AIDS shaped her thinking and led her to a career of innovation and education, G.L. Morrison on the anatomy of AIDS activism over the years, Kal Cobalt on growing up in a small town and taking the early initiative in the fight against AIDS and how this upbringing shaped her sexual persona, among several others.