We have a diverse crowd. We have folks that are questioning, those that are experienced, and those that are new at open relationships. We have attendees seeking community that have shared beliefs about sex positivity in relationships.
We have a sex-positive consent culture. With intention, our program attracts attendees, community leaders, and professionals who are genderqueer, transgender, and gender nonconforming. With intention, our program and attendees have a strong representation of folks of color.
We invite attendees who need information about legal issues. We have an attorney that is very knowledgeable about family law and polyamory. We invite attendees who are raising children in a polyamorous or open relationships family dynamic. We invite attendees who have disabilities, chronic pain, trauma and other personal differences that need to be considered in relationships. We have information for the professional who works with clients who are polyamorous and /or kinky or would like to work with clients who are polyamous and kinky. We have local and regional community members.
We have community advocates, academics, community members, clinicians, and leaders. We invite polyamorous/open relationships and kink groups to our symposium. We want to curate an event that celebrates and educates.