Blaire Ostler is a philosopher and leading voice at the intersection of queer, Mormon, and transhumanist thought. 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 presents and writes on many forums, and speaks at conferences promoting authentic Mormonism. Blaire holds a degree in design from the International Academy of Design and Technology-Seattle. She is currently pursuing a second degree in philosophy with an emphasis in gender studies. She is also an artist, and spends her spare time hiking, painting, writing, and bickering with her friends about almost any topic imaginable. Blaire and husband Drew reside in Utah with their three children.
Mormon News Room Podcast (March 2018)
"2018 Mormon Transhumanist Conference Promotion"
Year of Polygamy Podcast (March 2018)
A Thoughtful Faith Podcast (February 2018)
“A God Who Changes”
I Like To Look For Rainbows Podcast (February 2018)
"Queer Mormon Thoughts on the Exclusion Policy"
Affirmation 2017 Keynote Address (September 2017)
“Make Love Win”
Ask a Mormon Sex Therapist Podcast (June 2017)
"Morality and Pornography"
Mormon Transhumansist Association Conference (May 2017)
"Postgenderism: Liberation from Homogenization"
A Thoughtful Faith Podcast (April 2017)
“The Image of God”
Sunstone Northwest Symposium (December 2016)
"Eternal Progression: Change as a Constant"
Mormon Transhumanist Association Conference (May 2016)
"Diversity of God"
Sunstone West Symposium (February 2016)
"Broadening our Understanding of Sexuality and Procreation"