The BOE Announces – The Polyamory Survival Guide: The Basics – Tuesday, March 5

BOE Small Web Logo 448pix by 336pxALLEN PARK, Mich. – This week’s class is: The Polyamory Survival Gude: The Basics with Cazadora  and TheMostVanilla

Polyamory can be defined as the practice, desire, or acceptance of having more than one intimate relationship at a time with the knowledge and consent of everyone involved. How does one practice polyamory? Why be polyamorous? What does it mean to be polyamorous? Come join us to discuss these (and other) questions!

Forthright and open communication, boundary negotiation, and self-awareness will be primary foundations for our discussion. We will examine the array of options and opportunities presented by polyamory, as well as discuss some of the common challenges poly people face, such as jealousy and time management. We will share tools and experiences that we have learned along the way to help you in the construction and maintenance of polyamorous relationships. If you’re new to poly, come with your curiosity and questions! If you’re experienced with poly come to share your knowledge and experience!

The event page for this class is located here! Please RSVP!

  • Class begins at 7:30 pm in the Packard Room.

Before class meet and greet with our presenters Cazadora  and TheMostVanilla at O’Henry’s, located in the hotel, for dinner at 6:00 pm. The menu for O’Henry’s can be found here. (Please enter through the door with the green awning.)

Feel free to message me or post here if you have any questions.

See you Tuesday!