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Polyamory: Moving Beyond Compulsory Monogamy / Wednesday, November 8th

$ 25.00 Excl. tax

Dismantle traditional relationship norms.

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Note: when signing up for classes online, please choose the "Class sign-up" free shipping option on the Shipping Method page at check-out. 

This class will be held LIVE online via Zoom — Zoom links are sent out 3 days prior and then again 1 hour prior to class. If you sign up within 3 days, please be patient in waiting for the final reminder email, which will be sent out 1 hour prior to the class.

The class will be recorded and available for a limited time shortly following the class. Registration deadline: 1 hour prior to class Pacific time. No day-of cancellations.

Wednesday, November 8th — 6:00 p.m. Pacific

Where do your relationship expectations come from? The relationship escalator describes a default progression for what relationships "should" look like: date, get married to one person, have kids with that one person, and live happily ever after with that one person.

In this class with Michelle Hy, we'll touch on different implicit norms and systems of oppression (e.g. patriarchy, capitalism, white supremacy, etc.) that affect how we approach and move through our interpersonal lives. You will interrogate and dismantle the ways compulsory monogamy affects your connections, learn about the relationship escalator and how to step off of it, and explore different ways to build and show up in your relationships.

This class is for anyone who wants to interrogate relationship norms, whether monogamous or non-monogamous.

Michelle Hy is from Portland, Oregon and runs the Instagram Polyamorous While Asian, which seeks to normalize non-monogamy and amplify the voices of fellow POC and other voices from underrepresented in non-monogamous communities. She works to educate from an intersectional lens, offers peer support sessions, and touches on topics related to body confidence, sex positivity, and more.

You'll notice that we're offering two class cost options - $25, the regular cost of a She Bop class or workshop, and $15, a reduced cost option. While we want to make sure our instructors are compensated fairly for their hard work, we recognize that many of our community members are experiencing alterations to their finances at this time. If you are able to pay full price, we ask that you please consider doing so. If the lower cost option is a more accessible fit for you at this time, we encourage you to utilize that option.

Due to our commitment to paying educators fairly, all classes are excluded from sales and discounts.

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