Please note Sessions with an asterisk (*) can be used to earn continuing education credits.

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Black, Queer, and Polyamorous Panel

Kevin Patterson, Christopher Smith, Chris & Koyla

Moderated Panel:  Ruby Bouie Johnson

This moderated panel of black, queer, and cisgender men and the challenges with sexuality,  sexual expression, and stereotypes within the polyamorous communities. We will address topics such as lack of representation, stigma of queerness, and lack of community.

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Community Supported
Non-Monogamy

Ignacio Rivera & Aredvi Azad

Join us for an interactive workshop to discuss strategies for building resilient, fulfilling, and community-supported non-monogamous relationships. We will unpack behaviors and habits that lead to harmful relational dynamics when there are multiple partners, or interest in expanding the relationship. Wondering about healthy patterns of communication, accountability, support, and sustainability in your relationships? Participate in this workshop to clarify your needs, desires, points of intimacy, and ways of engaging your community in your non-monogamous practices.

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The Power in Play - Power Dynamics within Relationship Structures

Antoinette Patterson

& Nurgal Fuego

A discussion on how power impacts relationships across romantic, sexual, and no sexual boundaries.

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Not Just Polyamory

Diana Ryan &
Keiland Mcclanahan

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Powerhouse Panel

King Noire, Jet Setting Jasmine, Mufasa ali, & Marla Stewart

Moderated Panel: Ruby Bouie Johnson

This moderated panel discuss power dynamics and nonmonogamy. As leaders within the community, they discuss the challenges and successes with matters of the heart. Additionally, we will do some real talk about what’s like to live and love in the communities you serve.

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Liberating our Bodies: Black Feminist Visions of Polyamorous Practice

Alexandria cunningham & Jordan victorian

What do liberated sexuality and relationships look like? What role can non-monogamy play in building more liberated social relations? This workshop explores the revolutionary potential of non-monogamy through black feminist perspectives on sexuality, gender, and freedom. The ways we practice sex and relationships are shaped by racism, sexism, homophobia, and other forms of oppression. But embodied sexual practice—sexuality in tune with our own needs—allows us to imagine and create alternative relationships that truly sustain us. Polyamory calls for us to be honest and vulnerable. It pushes us to embrace responsibility by building supportive relationships and communities. Sex is also a space where we learn about our bodies, needs, and desires for ourselves. Some visions of polyamory embrace romance but stigmatize sexually-focused connections. Yet polyamorists have a lot to learn from the kinky and freaky people among us. So this workshop examines how non-monogamous love and sexuality can both play a part in liberating our bodies and relationships.

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Parenting While Black and Non Monogamous

Moderated Panel: Christopher Smith

Exploration into the challenges, lessons and joys of parenting while being Black and Non Monogamous from multi perspectives

  1. Reveal the intersections of race, parenting and relationship structure 

  2. Discuss parenting techniques in different familial structure

  3. Explore parenting and partnership in a pandemic

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KEYNOTE WITH JAMES WADLEY PHD
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Vet, Check, Split: The Conversations of Non Monogamy
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“Swolly”: Poly Life on the Swing Set
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Boundaries
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Radical Self(ish) Care
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opening keynote with Chanee Jackson Kendall & Cheri Calico Roman
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Black Trans Liberation Theologies
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Colorism in Polyamory
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Ethical Nonmonogamy (ENM) is not just Polyamory, so where is the recognition of these alternative relationship’s styles in a poly world?
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Is My Relationship In Alignment with My Desires?
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Avoiding Wingclipping: Exerting your Dominance while allowing your submissive to fly
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The Ups, Downs, and Workarounds of Polyamory
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Dating without the Mask: “Neurodivergent” Spicy Brains Taking Back our Power in Intimate Connection
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Abuse In Polyamory and The Politics Of Believability

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