Our mission is to reduce sexual shame by fostering sex-positive art and education by making grants to people who self-identify as members of disadvantaged groups doing work that is grounded in their experiences. In particular, we are looking to fund ongoing work and one-off projects by people with one or more marginalized identities, including women (cisgender and transgender), people who are members of gender/(a)sexuality/relationship minorities, people of color, fat people, neurodiverse people, people with disabilities (mental illness, chronic illness, cognitive disability or impairment, intellectual disability, and/or other physical disabilities), people who live at or below their state's poverty line, people who are currently or formerly sex workers, and/or people who are currently or formerly incarcerated.
We are interested in funding sex-positive artistic and/or educational projects (long or short term) by individuals, teams, and/or organizations.
We are accepting grant applications from September 1, 2022 through October 3, 2022, at 11:59pm US Eastern time. No extensions will be given. You will be notified whether or not you are a finalist on or before January 4, 2023.
If this online questionnaire is difficult for you to complete because of its format, please contact us about alternative submission methods (firstname.lastname@example.org).
For more information about our grant program, please see:
- Our list of past grant recipients
- Our grant funding demographics
- Our core values
- Our Grant Application Resource Guide, which includes Frequently Asked Questions, a text-only version of the application form, and more