Chicago Non-Monogamy Conference this weekend

CHICAGO — The Chicago Non-Monogamy Conference will be returning for its second go this weekend.

According the the website, the goal of the conference is to help bring the Chicago non-monogamy community together across all the lines – age, gender, race, class, location, ability, configuration, label, and others. The one-day conference provides a space for attendees to discuss topics pertinent to being non-monogamous, to expand understanding of their relationships, and to get to know each other as members of a diverse community seeking intersectional understanding and inclusion.

The conference will be at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology at 325 N Wells St. in Chicago.

The schedule is:

8:30 Check in and name badges
9:00 Coffee Mixer, Meet n’Greet
9:30 Welcome and Keynote Address on the topic of Addressing race, sex, ability, and class in the non-monogamy community.
10:15 Class Session I – 4 concurrent classes in a 90 minute blocks
11:45 Lunch: On Your Own A list of nearby lunch options will be available
1:15 Class Session II – 4 concurrent classes in a 90 minute block
3:00 Class Session III – 4 concurrent classes in a 90 minute block
4:30 Closing the Conference

Stick around to hear about suggested dinner and evening entertainment options.

Registrations are $30 per person. You can register up to five people at the website. Two dollars of every registration goes to the Brave Space Alliance, the first Black-led, trans-led LGBTQ Center located on the South Side of Chicago, and designed to create and provide affirming and culturally competent services for the entire LGBTQ community of Chicago.