Ro Moëd from @Unapolygetically and Roy Graff from @OpenRelating will be in conversation about their own Solo-Polyamory journey and their work as coaches within the Polyamorous community.
Solo-Polyamory (SoPo for short) is defined as a custom designed relationship dynamic that centres my relationship with myself. I am making a conscious decision not to seek out or work towards having a primary and/or nesting partner. Each person may practice Solo-Polyamory differently. Some SoPo people do live with one or more partners, and make agreements that ensure their autonomy and agency are preserved.
There will be plenty of time for Q&A about the intricacies of Solo-Polyamory.
Some of the topics that we will tackle:
- How is Solo-Polyamory different to ‘Single and dating’?
- What to do about friends and family who don’t take your relationships seriously when you say you are solo-polyamorous?
- Should you be dating people in hierarchical relationships?
- If you are in a primary relationship, how do you communicate your priorities and boundaries with a solo-Polyamorous person?
- What are some of the benefits that people gain from being Solo-Polyamorous?
We will be taking questions from the audience in the venue and online. As this event will be recorded, you will have the option to submit your questions anonymously as well.
Stay for the social that will start after the talk, with people from the London Polyamory community joining in to bring in Spring. You can purchase a combined ticket, return later to book it from the website or take your chances on the door – we are likely to sell out for both events.
About the speakers:
Hatch – Homerton
8 Mackintosh Ln, London E9 6AB
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