Workshop description (Part 1)
What makes nonmonogamy feel good? Where do we draw the line between loving, freedom-based relationships and a free-for-all? How can you make the joyful, secure polyamorous relationships you want a reality?
Welcome to part one of The Polyamory Workbook Series! Part One is geared towards people with less experience in non-monogamy, as well as experienced practitioners looking to recalibrate or deepen their approach to non-monogamy.
In this workshop, we’ll cover the basics of non-monogamy: what non-monogamy can look like, how to talk about non-monogamy, how to determine what dynamics might work best for you, and the basic emotional and communication skills you’ll need.
Together, we’ll talk about:
It’s encouraged to bring your copy of The Polyamory Workbook with you to this workshop! If you don’t yet have a copy, you can order one here.
🎥This workshop will be recorded and available for replay for 1 week after. Only ticket holders who purchased tickets prior to the end of the workshop will receive the recording. The recording cannot be purchased after the completion of the workshop.
Meet Sara Youngblood Gregory
Sara Youngblood Gregory is a lesbian journalist and author of THE POLYAMORY WORKBOOK, an interactive guide to non-monogamy for all experience levels. Sara, who has been non-monogamous for over 8 years, writes and teaches about power, sex, and culture.
Sara was the News and Reporting Spring 2023 Fellow at TransLash Media, covering anti-trans legislation and community organizing in Florida. Most recently, they were the recipient of the 2023 Curve and NLGJA Award for Emerging Journalists. Her work has been featured in The New York Times, the New Republic, Vice, Teen Vogue, Cosmopolitan and many others.
Sara invited you to connect: