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Blaire Ostler is a philosopher specialized in queer studies and is a leading voice at the intersection of queer, Mormon, and transhumanist thought. She is an author publishing her first book in queer Mormon theology. She is a board member and former CEO of the Mormon Transhumanist Association, the world's largest advocacy network for the ethical use of technology and religion to expand human abilities. She is also a board member at the Christian Transhumanist Association and podcaster at Sunstone.
 
Blaire Ostler is a philosopher specialized in queer studies and is a leading voice at the intersection of queer, Mormon, and transhumanist thought. She is an author publishing her first book in queer Mormon theology. She is a board member and former CEO of the Mormon Transhumanist Association, the world's largest advocacy network for the ethical use of technology and religion to expand human abilities. She is also a board member at the Christian Transhumanist Association and podcaster at Sunstone.
 
   
 
   

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Blaire Ostler is a philosopher specialized in queer studies and is a leading voice at the intersection of queer, Mormon, and transhumanist thought. She is an author publishing her first book in queer Mormon theology. She is a board member and former CEO of the Mormon Transhumanist Association, the world's largest advocacy network for the ethical use of technology and religion to expand human abilities. She is also a board member at the Christian Transhumanist Association and podcaster at Sunstone.

Blaire’s is concerned with transhumanist accessibility, both philosophically and economically. Her work is motivated by her desire to make transhumanism accessible and relevant for marginalized populations.


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