Workshop: 8 Things I Wish I’d Known About Polyamory

August 21, 2014 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm America/Los Angeles Timezone
CSPC Annex
1608 15th Ave W
WA 98119

8 Things I Wish I’d Known About Polyamory (before I tried it and frakked it up) with Cunning Minx

When: 7PM to 9PM
Where: Annex
Who: Anyone 18+ with ID
Cost at the door: $25.
Advance: $20- Individuals, $35- Couples and $50- Triads.
($5 off at the door for Passport Program members or AYCE cardholders.)

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In love with the theory of poly but got gobsmacked when you tried it in practice? This session is for you! Join Cunning Minx, longtime poly and kinky podcaster, as she shares some hard-learned poly lessons gleaned from both her own experiences and from those shared by thousands of podcast listeners. Attendees will walk away from this session knowing how to identify key poly communication and relationship pitfalls and with specific techniques to apply to avoid them.

About the Educator:

Cunning Minx is the sultry-voiced producer and host of the Polyamory Weekly podcast, now with over 300 episodes in production. The podcast shares tales from the front of responsible non-monogamy from a pansexual, kink-friendly point of view. A kinky boobiesexual, Minx founded the show as a resource for the poly and poly-curious to form a community, share experiences and help guide each other on their journeys of poly and kinky exploration. Minx has been a submissive, bottom and otherwise generally non-dominant type for the past ten years.

Minx has spoken on poly, kinky and Web 2.0 community-building topics at ShibariCon, Geek Girl Con, CatalystCon, MomentumCon, Atlanta Poly Weekend, Sex 2.0, Leather Leadership Conference, Dragon*Con, GD2, Heartland Polyamory Conference, New York Poly Pride and Poly Living. The Poly Weekly podcast is the winner of the 2007 Erotic Award for Best Podcast and has received accolades from ErosZine, Fleshbot and the Chicago Sun-Times.

This workshop is presented by the Foundation for Sex Positive Culture. Please go to for more information.

This event is sponsored by the Center for Sex Positive Culture.