The Sexual Freedom Project: Make Your Voice Heard

The Sexual Freedom Project is a series that will highlight your original and creative efforts around addressing the question, “What does sexual freedom mean to you?” It will feature your videos, stories, poetry and artwork exploring the role sexual freedom plays in your life today, how the media covers sexuality, gender, and popular culture, or anything else that comes to mind when you think of sexual freedom. Send us your personal take on these questions, or on any of the other varied topics covered by VenusPlusX.

We will also feature works created by the VenusPlusX staff, including video interviews filmed on the street, in parks, restaurants, over the Internet, and anywhere sexual freedom is being discussed.

To thank you for the submission of your original video, story, poem or artwork that we feature on the site, we will send you a free VenusPlusX t-shirt. It’s easy! For instance, you can use your videocamera, phone, or computer to make a 1-2 minute video sharing your thoughts. You could also write a short story or an essay in response to a post you read here on the site, write a poem, or create a piece of art. We look forward to your creativity!

Jack and Adrianna model our fabulous t-shirts

VenusPlusX’s soft cotton t-shirts feature the Statue of Freedom, Columbia, as it appears atop the U.S. Capitol Dome in Washington, D.C., a deeply embedded, gender-nonconforming American icon that inspires us to work harder for universal equality and sexual freedom.

For more information on how to submit your videos and stories, click here or contact us directly at columbia@venusplusx.org.

Be a part of the conversation, let your voice be heard and shared all over the world, and make us your digital platform of choice — a place where your views can have great impact. After all, isn’t expressing yourself what freedom is all about?


Alison Gardner

Alison Gardner

Alison Gardner is co-founder of VenusPlusX, and writes frequently on global sexual freedom, American fundamentalists exporting hate and homophobia, and grassroots activism.
Alison Gardner