Poly Group Discussion – Via Zoom

Poly Group Discussion – Via Zoom


January 16, 2025    
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm


The DC Center
2000 14th Street NW, Suite 105, Washington, DC, 20009, DC

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**This group meets virtually on Zoom for accessibility. For added security we ask that community members email us at: supportdesk@thedccenter.org , and we will provide you with the Zoom link to join the meeting.**

Pull up your chair and bring your steaming hot cup of tea—whether it’s your literal beverage of choice, or the topic you’re dying to dish about! Every third Thursday of the month, we’re coming together in this inclusive, welcoming, virtual safer space to talk all things polyamorous. The rapturous, the confused, the pure YIKES, we want to hear them all.

You are invited to join us no matter where you are on your nonmonogamy journey, whether total newbie or world-weary old-timer, single or polysaturated. Although this group’s focus is polyamory, we welcome people practicing any flavor of consensual nonmonogamy—including monogamous partners of polyamorous people. If you’re wondering whether you’re “nonmonogamous enough to count”, the answer is YES you are!

After a quick review of our group agreements and a round of introductions, we’ll open the floor for discussion. You can ask your burning newbie questions, get advice on a thorny situation, share your heartwarming or heartbreaking stories, ask for resources, or get clear on the new terms the kids are using these days. Not sure what to talk about? We’ll have chat prompts to prime the conversational pump. This is your space for community, connection, and support.

This meeting is a partnership between the Center and The Pincus Center for Inclusive Treatment & Education, a queer/trans-centric mental health wellness practice that specializes in nonmonogamy, kink, body affirmation, and neurodiversity. Your host is Rebecca Rose Vassy, a sex and relationship coach/educator with The Pincus Center who has been part of the queer and nonmonogamous communities for nearly three decades.

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