Are you non-monogamous, polyamorous or polykinkerous? Are you tired of promises of openness and honesty only to get stuck in a giant morass of overly complicated relationship drama? In this session, Cunning Minx and LustyGuy, hosts of the popular Poly Weekly podcast, share tales of common poly drama and tips on how to crush it. By the end of this session, you’ll learn how to define drama, identify the sources of poly relationship drama and apply techniques to combat drama whenever it appears.
Cunning Minx is the sultry-voiced producer and host of the wildly popular Polyamory Weekly podcast, in continuous production for over 10 years. Often referred to as “The Terry Gross of polyamory,” Minx shares tales from the front of responsible non-monogamy from a pansexual, kink-friendly point of view through the podcast, her bookEight Things I Wish I’d Known About Polyamory, speaking engagements and her new online poly courses. A kinky boobiesexual, Minx founded the show as a resource for the poly and poly-curious to form a community, share experiences and help guide each other on their journeys of poly and kinky exploration. Find her on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, Tumblr and Instagram.
LustyGuy, the controversial co-host of Polyamory Weekly, has never been monogamous having lost his virginity in a triad during his teen years. He and his wife L have been non-monogamous for the past 30 years, and his outspoken ideas on relationship honesty and personal integrity have made him Poly Weekly’s most popular co-host. Coining phrases such as “experience shock” (to refer to unexpected poly freakouts) and repurposing “marking one’s territory” (physical reconnection with a partner after a date with a lover), LustyGuy brings the married male perspective to listeners worldwide.
A former pornographer and janitor at the Seattle LustyLady, LustyGuy is currently an actor, director, writer and producer. His production company, Battleground Productions, most recently released The Statistician, a short noir film examining U.S. gun culture with a surreal perspective. He’s working on his next one-man show, The Man who would be Porn King.
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Hope to see ya'll there! -Brenda & Mitchell