Today in the United States, more adults describe themselves as non-monogamous than who describe themselves as gay or bi-sexual, yet there are far fewer resources available for those who are beginning exploration of polyamory or open relationships.
This class will cover introduction to polyamory, communication, and common problems (like what to do about jealousy). We will also talk about how polyamory might relate to other aspects of your lifestyle, such as work, family, and friends.
The instructors, Isaac and Jordyn, will discuss their experience with over a decade of polyamorous living and relationships. No question will be to personal or invasive, so bring everything you might want to ask.
What Our Attendees Have Said:
This was a good class on basic poly. I like the vibe of the place. Lots of positive energy. I look forward to attending more classes.
From someone very new and very much in the training wheels phase of the poly lifestyle, I found this discussion very beneficial and informative. I look forward to future discussions and getting more involved with the community.
"Beyond Monogamy: Open Relationships and Polyamory" was a great class this morning! Thank you so much for putting it on. I'm also glad to hear that you are doing it once a month for a while. I want to encourage some people I know to attend that would really benefit from it.
- Mister D
Great class! I am going to bring everyone i can think of!
These classes are FREE. We are a non-profit, charitable organization. Our mission includes offering classes free of charge whenever possible in order to make quality education available to as many people as possible.
HOWEVER, in order to keep the classes free, we rely on donations from people like you. SO if you attend our class, we suggest a donation of $10-$20 per person to help us pay for the venue, supplies, and other costs of operating this organization. If you would rather not bring cash, we can accept donations by check or credit card at the class, or you can CLICK HERE to donate in advance.
We also encourage our supporters to sign up for a small monthly donation to support our work. You can sign up for a monthly donation or become one of our program hosts by CLICKING HERE.
Time and Location
Denver's Dangerous Theatre
2620 West 2nd Avenue, #1
Denver, Colorado, 80219
These workshops are held every month on the THIRD SATURDAYS @ 9AM
For 2017, the dates are: