What is Converge Con?

Converge Con is a conference that originated with a desire to build sex positive communities, and start a dialogue around sexuality, relationships and activism. 

We intend to create an open and safe space for participants of all genders and backgrounds to connect with likeminded folk; a space which will spark conversations and foster the growth of new ideas.

Where is it held?

In Vancouver, Canada. Hotel TBD.

When is it?

It will be held March 30 & 31, 2019. 

Are you looking for volunteers?

If you are interested in volunteering, please send an email to kale@convergecon.ca.

Who is coming? 

We want to bring together all kinds of people - sex educators, sex therapists, bloggers/vloggers, activists, authors, social workers, really anyone who is up for talking about making our world more sex positive.

Will there be gender neutral washrooms?

We will have more info once we find a venue.

Is this a scent reduced event?

The chemicals used in scented products can make some people sick, especially those with fragrance sensitivities, asthma, allergies and other medical conditions. To help keep the air healthy for everyone, please do not wear perfume, cologne, aftershave and other fragrances. 



  • Please note this is a scent reduced event. The chemicals in some products can adversely effect some people, please keep the air fragrance free.
  • If you would like to attend the event and require an attendant or ASL interpreter, or have other accessibility requirements, please contact Kale at kale@convergecon.ca for further info. 

Can I be a presenter?

Presenter submissions for 2019 are open! Please apply here

Will the presenters be compensated?

We would absolutely love to pay our presenters for all their hard work, but at this point we don't have the funds to do so. All presenters will receive full weekend access to Converge Con.

Who can attend?

Everyone is welcome, as long as they are 19+.

Is this an event for sex?

This is an event about sex, but not a sex event. There will be no organized play spaces.