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[L1] Plays Well With Others: Negotiating Relationship Boundaries and Agreements for Group Sexploration!

  • 28 Oct 2017
  • 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • Address emailed in reminder email to protect privacy of host(s). San Marcos Area
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  • $25.00 Cash at the door

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smiling woman whispering into her man's ear in bed

Knowing where to

draw the line

together and how to

talk about it can save

you both a ton of

headache the next


**Please note that this event is mandatory for L2's in order to attend the event later in the evening**

Navigating group sexual dynamics in any relationship takes skill, patience and a little bit of luck. If “luck” is where opportunity and preparation meet, then learning how to negotiate sound relationship boundaries and agreements is a sure-fire way to make the two, or three, or four of you the luckiest people on Earth!

With the dizzying array of relationship options available to people who’ve decided to “play well with others,” how do you, and your partner or partners (if you’ve got any), figure out what will work best? What is open to renegotiation? And what do you do when the inevitable challenges arise or when someone makes a bad call?

Join sex and relationship expert Reid Mihalko of ReidAboutSex.com for a two-hour workshop devoted to single people, couples, and multiple partners who want to learn how to create workable boundaries and agreements for playing sexually with others simultaneously.

In this humorous, interactive evening, you will learn:

  • The most common pitfalls of relationship agreements for group sex and how to avoid them
  • How to figure out what a boundary is and where your boundaries exist, so all involved can negotiate a win-win!
  • How and when to renegotiate an existing rule or agreement
  • Negotiating techniques for when you’re the single person joining in with a couple or moresome
  • How to merge different styles of “sexploration” in monogamy and nonmonagamy so that everyone has a decent chance of ending up happy “the day after”
  • Five essential things that will help you survive any group sexploration
  • How to work through upsets in ways that will make your relationships stronger

This workshop is open to couples and singles and moresomes of all sexual orientations and relationship statuses.

Cost: $20 in advance, $25 at the door

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