Tea & Sex is a roundtable discussion in which participants can dive into a variety of topics related to human sexuality. This month, we explore monogamy and various forms of non-monogamy, including open relationships and polyamory.
Are we wired for either monogamy or non-monogamy? While scientists debate human nature and relationships and conservative politicians advocate for traditional family values, a high divorce rate and seemingly ever-present sex scandals have lead people to reconsider the current societal and relationship norms. Is a happy, monogamous relationship possible in this day and age? Are non-monogamous relationships more realistic? What are the challenges of both monogamous and non-monogamous relationships, and how can they be overcome? This and more will be explored.
Ticket include light bites, drinks, and admission to museum galleries. Space is limited! Reserve your spot today.
Tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/tea-sex-monogramy-vs-non-monogamy-tickets-54617035022
Made possible by the generosity of the International Institute Of Clinical Sexology. WEAM is grateful for their support of our programming.