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Here's my writeup of the first Poly Living I attended (2006). Playground is an all-inclusive and intersectional event for every community to take part in and celebrate diversity." Fraser is author of Not Your Mother’s Playground: a realistic guide to honest, happy, and healthy, open relationships. The 2015 conference had seven sessions, described as follows: The [three] main academic sessions are on Saturday. Most of these presentations will be standard types of psychological and sociological studies, but we are trying to attract presentations from as a wide variety of disciplines as possible. There will also be an Art Exhibition on Friday afternoon, consisting of art objects related to the theme of consensual nonmonogamy.
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"We will be hosting a conference in Tucson, AZ, April 6th-8th, 2018 called the Southwest Love Fest," Katherine Kincaid wrote to the Polyamory Leadership Network on Sept. "We have the support of the Relationship Equality Foundation, and other conference organizers have been very gracious to share support and advice. We are in the process of securing a few speakers now but we want to invite many more submissions for speakers!
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This weekend includes an opening gala, panel discussions, workshops, an information fair, book signings, a party, food, dance, and more.
Come and learn, play, and explore your edges and ring your friends and family, meet new friends and lovers, find your tribe! Opening Gala and Polytopia the Party, 21 and over.""Empowering Relationship Diversity" was the theme for the first-ever Relate Con in 2017, which drew about 120 people — impressive for a first event. From the 2017 description: "Relate Con provides a unique and supportive gathering place for polyamorous people to connect as a community through educational workshops, social spaces, and opportunities for networking.
This event is open to all regardless of relationship status or location.According to the organizers, the gatherings serve as "a platform for networking and for the exchange of experiences and practical knowhow.Also theoretical discussions and the planning of cultural and political activities.Their goal for these is to build, over five days, an enduring network of like-minded people who don't fall out of touch as happens after most events. I've gone to their (largely poly) Network for a New Culture Summer Camp East for the last five years, and New Culture's practices for community creation and interpersonal-skills development are ideal for this ambitious project.“Here is where you can meet other poly people at a deeper level, learn the skills needed to handle your relationships, and become a part of a supportive network of people who share your relationship values.” A good place to get your winter hygge on.