Polyamory and Non-monogamy

The Wheeler Centre

Event Date: 
23 July 2019
Author / Presenters: 
Amy Middleton, Liz Duck-Chong, Anne Hunter, and Dani Boi / Dani Weber

Stories of polyamory and non-monogamy consistently appear among the most-read content on Archer’s website. Is this a sign of a growing community? Or are people just curious? 

To be polyamorous is to have multiple intimate relationships – with the knowledge and consent of everyone involved. This discussion explores the nuances involved in shunning the assumed path of monogamy, and how to navigate the emotional demands of relationships where sharing can indeed be caring.

So – what are the ethics and complexities of poly relationships? What are the misconceptions, and what’s true? Join Archer’s founding publisher Amy Middleton, along with Liz Duck-Chong, Anne Hunter and Dani Weber, for a conversation about polyamory – and how to fully exist in relationships defined by openness and communication.

Presented in partnership with Archer Magazine.