TONIGHT: Non-monogamy Workshop in NYC Dec 3! – DrZhana

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TONIGHT: Non-monogamy Workshop in NYC Dec 3!

nonmonogamyNon-monogamy is one of those terms that’s most easily understood by what it’s NOT, rather than by what it IS. As the map above shows, non-monogamy can mean a LOT of different things!

How do you know what type of non-monogamy is right for you?

Get some clarity in-person with the creator of the Casual Sex Project! Yes, sex researcher and NYU professor, Dr. Zhana Vrangalova, is giving a FREE workshop in NYC on December 3 all about non-monogamy. She’ll you through her unique 5-step process for designing your ideal non-monogamous relationship.

Workshop details:

Thursday, December 3 at 8 pm.

The Pleasure Chest New York
Upper East Side Location
1150 2nd Ave
New York, NY 10065

Bring your significant other(s) or check it out solo. (Invite friends on Facebook here!) Just remember, The Pleasure Chest does NOT offer advance registration or reserved seating for free workshops or events. Attendance is on a first come, first served basis. Early arrival is recommended to secure your spot!

We will be broadcasting the whole workshop on the @PleasureChestNY periscope account! So go follow them (or follow @DrZhana, and I’ll invite my followers to it), and you can participate in the workshop with your questions or comments!! Download the handouts here so you can follow along and find YOUR nonmonogamy style too!

Need convincing? Watch Dr. Zhana discuss the definition of consensual non-monogamy in this video. This video was created as part of a larger series about non-monogamy for Mangu TV. You can watch the full series here.

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