A workshop presented by the Foundation for Sex Positive Culture The Good, The Bad & the Poly

Sat, Dec 7, 2013 at 2pm

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Polyamory is a much misunderstood lifestyle. This will be an open and honest discussion about Polyamory in all its forms, from someone who has done it for 30+ years. Polyamory is an incredible lifestyle, but not always an easy one. It has a lot of rewards, but there are also a lot of pitfalls and potential disasters. Learn Allena's 20 "Relationship Principles" (great for anyone, poly or mono). Find out tips on making it easier to live within your "polycule".

Come prepared to be part of this dialogue and share your relationship experiences.

The CSPC Winter Vendor Fair will be held next door from noon until 5pm. Go to the Vendor Fair before the class and get a $5 off coupon for the workshop or, go to the workshop and get a voucher to get into the vendor fair for free!

When: 2PM to 4PM
Cost: $25, advance prices $20 for Individuals, $30 for Couples and $45 for Triads.
(No other CSPC discounts or AYCE cards applicable.)

About the Educator:

Allena Gabosch, Executive Director of the Center and Foundation For Sex Positive Culture (www.thecspc.org www.thefspc.org) has been active in the sex positive movement practically from its beginning; producing educational and social events for the sex-positive community since 1990. She is a frequent speaker on many sex-positive subjects at colleges and conferences around the US and Canada, with an emphasis on BDSM and Polyamory. She is the Producer of the Seattle Erotic Art Festival (www.seattleerotic.org) She is a past board member of the National Coalition for Sexual Freedom (www.ncsfreedom.org). In her less than mundane non-kinky life she loves good food(especially bacon), theater and is working on several books. She is a former commissioner with the Seattle LGBT Commission. She is a kinky bisexual, polyamorous switch and considers herself extremely blessed as she has a rich and full poly life, with many amazing and loving people in her "polycule".

Please go to TheFSPC.org for more information.

FSPC Studio

1608 15th Ave. W. Building B
Seattle, WA 98119

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