Raksha Muthukumar

Raksha Muthukumar is a queer desi techie, organizer, and sex educator. She was a founding member & spokesperson for the Alphabet Workers Union and is currently an adolescent sex educator at Planned Parenthood. You can see Raksha's full portfolio of advocacy on sexuality & technology at Raksha currently resides in Brooklyn with her 2 pet rats, Idli & Dosa.

Maggie Oates

Maggie Oates is a cluster of balloons filled with warm stale air, cat hair, iced peach tea, the energy of prison abolition, question marks, and bursts of elation. A recovering academic with a tech degree, years of sex worker advocacy, and performance she floats around to anyplace that smells like online privacy, experience design, or sex. Most recently, she's been working on OnlyBans, privacy law, and decriminalizing sex work.  

Heather Kelley

Heather Kelley is an award-winning game designer, media artist, curator, and educator. Her work in sexuality-related design began in 2006, when her game concept “Lapis” based on female orgasm won the 2006 MIGS Game Design Challenge. Her biographical sex game concept collaboration with designer Erin Robinson, entitled “Our First Times,” won the 2009 GDC Game Design Challenge.  She is the original creator of the Body Heat app (now the OhMiBod Remote), which won both the FemPower Award and Best App Award at the Vienna Content Awards in 2011.  Currently an Associate Teaching Professor at CMU's Entertainment Technology Center, Heather writes and presents on the subject of sex tech in an ongoing effort toward destigmatization.


Honey Rosenbloom

Queer Cyborg Mystic, Honey Rosenbloom (they/she) wants to see technology make space for human connection and vulnerability. Facilitator, technologist, game designer, and healer, Honey crafts spaces and experiences that encourage guests to explore and more deeply connect to self, other, land, and being. Honey is interested in fostering community and coalition to work towards a caring, abolitionist, interspecies future of thriving joy and pleasure.