This is an informative group lecture focusing on non-monogamous relationships. This event will be led by Em Fortier, M.Ed. By the end of this lecture, participants will be able to differentiate between ethical non-monogamy/polyamory and cheating/infidelity. Those in attendance will also be able to understand the difference between polyamory and polygamy, identify two personal benefits and two personal challenges of polyamory, and practice conversation starters with partners to combat feelings of jealousy and insecurity. The event will be from 6:30-8:30 on Thursday, October 17th. Tickets cost $10. Please register your seat beforehand.
Em Fortier, M.Ed. is a sexuality educator in the greater Philadelphia area, focusing on LGBTQ+ diversity in higher education and holistic wellness. Previously, they earned their Bachelor of Science in Biology in 2015, with concentrations in Psychology and Gender and Sexuality Studies at Roger Williams University in Rhode Island, as well as their Masters of Education in Human Sexuality Studies from Widener University in 2018. Em seeks to provide diversity and LGBTQ+ trainings to professors and staff at higher education facilities, as well as sexuality and wellness workshops geared towards college-age students and adults. Em is driven to foster inclusive educational environments and to provide medically accurate, pleasure-guided, and socially conscious sexuality workshops with their audience.