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Newsletter: Second Quarter 2019

It has been another busy quarter.

DSREI was a platinum sponsor of the Multiplicity of the Erotic (MOTE) conference in Chicago, which was a great conference.  The focus was on Diverse Sexualities both academic and clinical issues.  The next one will be in two years and we recommend you try to attend.  In the off years there is Positive Sexuality Conference put on by Center of Positive Sexuality.  MOTE is sponsored by our sister organizations, CARAS and TASHRA.  You can sign up for the MOTE listserv by sending an email to MOTE+subscribe@groups.io

DSREI is also sponsoring the 2nd International Anatolian Congress on Neuroscience and Sexual Health in Istanbul Turkey, November 16th and 17th2019.  It is a long way to go, but it is really a cutting edge conference and there is such a great hunger for information about sex and diverse sexualities.  The conference will be in English and interpreters will be available.

DSREI is proud to sponsor the formation of the American College of Sexual Medicine and Health (ACSMH) and that Landi Craunston, MD is its new executive director.   ACSMH is dedicated to raising the awareness of sexual medicine and health as an essential component of all healthcare. Supporting, educating and training health professionals and sexual medicine specialists.  Of course ACSMH will have a special emphasis on Diverse Sexualities and Genders.  More information will be forthcoming soon.

DSREI continues to work with Kinky Guidelines group, we are presenting to major psychotherapy and sexology groups, and soon will be submitting the paper to an academic journal.   This is an important groundbreaking project.

I am also proud to announce that Caitlin Stouvenot is our new Social Media Princess (we chose that title together).  DSREI desperately needs a social media presence and we are lucky to have Caitlin.

On a personal note, after 25 years I am moving my office across town.  I have an opportunity to help create the St. Francis Memorial Hospital Gender Affirmation Surgery Center of Excellence.   I will be leaving the Sutter West Bay Medical group and moving back into private practice, specializing in Sexual Medicine, if interested check out my website.  My new contact information is:
Charles Moser, PhD, MD
1199 Bush Street, Suite 400
San Francisco, CA 94109
415-921-8210 (office)
415-921-0387 (fax)

Here is a link to a brand new article in the NY Times Magazine, about non-binary people – a great in-depth read:
https://www.nytimes.com/2019/06/04/magazine/gender-nonbinary.html

And here is a link to a blog posting about managing kink discrepancies within relationships, an important topic that gets little research and training:
https://www.learnsextherapy.com/blog/managing-kink-incompatibilities-in-relationships

Hopefully, next quarter’s email will be on time.

Newsletter: First Quarter 2019

It has been a busy few months.  The Kink Guidelines Group is hard at work and is now using our site for donations.  Check out their donation page.

We are also working with the APA Consensual Non-Monogamy Task Force.

DSREI is now 1 year old, doing well, we actually have money in the bank.  No one is more shocked than our president.

DSREI is a platinum sponsor of the Multiplicity of The Erotic Conference May 24th in Chicago and If anyone from DSREI is attending, make sure you introduce yourself to Charles Moser and Mary Moss (two of our board members).

Other News:
People may be interested in some new papers, just published.

  • Moser, C. (in press).  DSM-5, Paraphilias, and the Paraphilic Disorders: Confusion Reigns. Archives of Sexual Behavior.  https://doi.org/10.1007/s10508-018-1356-7.  Published online 21 February 2019.  download the paper
  • Moser, C. (2018).  Paraphilias and the ICD-11: Progress but Still Logically Inconsistent. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 47(4), 825-826.  doi.org/10.1007/s10508-017-1141-z.  download the paper

After practicing in the same office for 25 years our President (me, Charles Moser) will be going back into private practice (he is currently employed by the Sutter West Bay Medical Foundation).  New address and contact information will be forthcoming.  He also will be working with the new St. Francis Memorial Hospital Gender Institute. He will be speaking and helping to organize the Gender Affirmation Conference in conjunction with the SFMH Gender Institute and WPATH.

We welcome everyone who wants to work on Diverse Sexuality issues, participate, and volunteer.  If anyone wants to make a tax deductible donation, we will arrange for the angels to sing your praises.