This past weekend, I went to CatalystCon East, a conference for sex educators, writers, activists etc. in Arlington, Virginia. In my presentation on Saturday morning (#cconmono), I gave a one-hour talk summarizing the social science research on consensual nonmonogamy (CNM): What people think about CNM people and relationships, and what is the actual reality of CNM people and relationships. Judging by the standing-room-only audience for this first early morning session, it seems like there was a lot of interest in this topic. I absolutely enjoyed the panel, and I hope those in attendance did to.
You can download the Powerpoint slides (minus the slides from not-yet-published studies) from my Slideshare account. Interested in having me present these data to your organization / group / conference? Email me for booking availability.