As a thought leader in the realm of sexuality from a place of wholeness, they have allied with TORCH, the Pop-Up Museum of Queer History, and the Planned Parenthood Activist Council, interviews with them have been featured in publications from the Advocate to Huff Po to Playboy, and their sex and relationships coaching practice is now entering its fifth year.Their vibrantly popular podcast, Sex For Smart People* (*that means you!Through this app and beyond this app, we are passionate about being an active part of the wider culture shifts we would like to see.Luke Krafka (BM '07, MM '09 in Cello Performance at the Boston Conservatory and Certiﬁcate at Aaron Copland School of Music '15), has given both chamber and solo recitals in Boston, New York City and Western Europe. Krafka has attended numerous music festivals around the world including the Heifetz International Music Festival, Meadowmount School of Music, Salem New Music Festival and the Casalmaggiore International Music Festival in Italy.
Orion Stephanie Johnstone is a queer, non-binary, human/artist/organizer with a ferocious commitment to our collective liberation, sexually and otherwise.
Also an acclaimed theatermaker/composer and an organizer/community builder, they recently catalyzed a community choir for queer and trans folks in NYC (Full Moon) which aims to increase widespread collective confidence in singing and to amplify the voice of justice not just in loudness, but also in beauty and power.
They were a part of the initial visioning team for the U. Department of Arts and Culture, a national (though not federally-affiliated) department committed to upturning consumer culture with a robust culture of creativity and exploding constraining notions of where, how, and why art happens.
Along with a very active orchestral, chamber and teaching career, Mr.
Krafka is the founder and artistic/director of the Halcyon Chamber Series, a classical chamber series featuring some of the top performers in NYC with a focus on bringing performances to spaces and audiences that would never have the opportunity.