Before joining the current administration as a deputy assistant secretary for spent fuel and waste disposition, Brinton worked for the Trevor Project, an organization that purports itself to be an LGBT youth "suicide prevention" nonprofit while operating an online forum where adults instruct minors on how to hide their transition from parents and ask them about sex. While working as the Trevor Project's Vice President of Advocacy and Government Affairs, Brinton partnered with organizations such as the Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States (SIECUS).
On May 11, 2021, Brinton participated in an online seminar with SIECUS and GLSEN on "Mental Health, Sex Positivity, and Youth in the Time of COVID-19."
The problematic inclusion of "sex positivity" and "youth" in the same title aside, the dark nature of the partnership of the organizations was shared by parental rights and homeschool advocate Kelly Ske.
On Twitter, Ske shared a link to a 1987 article in which it was reported that Playboy Enterprises, the lifestyle company founded by Hugh Hefner, had funded SIECUS's "research in sexuality" for two decades.
"So, were they connected to the porn and/or sex toy industry? If they were, are they still?," Ske posed.
Ske's fears were proven true later in the thread, where she shared evidence of the SIECUS webinar series that Brinton participated in being sponsored by an erotic sex toy company.
At least one such webinar was, "intended for parents, students, educators, school administrators," reported Ske.
A Sept. 14, 2020 press release on an erotic retail website discussed the partnership with the b-Vibe sex toy company, in which they expressed their thrill to partner with SIECUS on topics a part of: "b-Vibe’s mission to make sex-positive education available to everyone."
In one such online seminar, SIECUS president Christine Soyong Harley touted b-Vibe as a company "that explores sex education as a vehicle for social change."
In June, Brinton was touted as one of the government's first-ever non-binary officials. Brinton, an MIT graduate who specializes in nuclear power and energy, has also drawn attention for sharing photos online wearing American flag heels and a dress while standing over three people role-playing as dogs as part of a "kink," or fetish.
Brinton, who recently made headlines for being hit with a felony theft charge after allegedly stealing a $2,325 Vera Bradley suitcase from an airport luggage carousel on Sept. 16, and just weeks later hosting a "spanking" seminar at kink conference, reported the Daily Mail.
The kink activist was slammed on Fox News' Tucker Carlson Tonight.
In a monologue poking fun at Brinton's alleged thievery of a woman's luggage, Carlson roasted the Energy Department worker's kinky activism.
"With his new clothes, Brinton flew to Los Angeles where he headlined a seminar on his two areas of demonstrated expertise, the hard sciences and sexual bondage. The seminar was called 'Spanking, from Calculus to Chemistry,' and it promised to explain why 'physics' is a pivotal part of the kink experience," Carlson said.
"Brinton's alma mater, MIT, was deeply impressed. The school posted a glowing profile of its kink-savvy graduate on its website, complete with a picture of Sam Brinton wearing clothes that appeared to be taken from the roller bag at the Minneapolis Airport."
On the Massachusetts Institute of Technology website, the school praised their former student, writing that "SAM BRINTON SAVES THE WORLD."
Brinton also performs as 'Sister Ray Dee O'Active' in a non-profit group of drag queens who dress up as nuns to raise awareness of sexual intolerance and transphobia called the Order of Perpetual Indulgence.
In July, it was revealed that Brinton defended a controversial gay prostitution website that allowed the advertising of children for sexual services.
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