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Should we try ethical non-monogamy?


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What is included in this course?

check Busting myths about non-monogamy

check Definitions of non-monogamy related vocabulary

check Red flags that your relationship isn't ready for non-monogamy

check Green flags that your relationship is a good fit for non-monogamy

check Other considerations about non-monogamy


Are you and your partner considering opening up your relationship?

This is the class for you!

In this class, we'll go over the red flags and green flags that can help you decide if you're ready to explore non-monogamy. Watching it together or separately, this class will help you assess your feelings and determine whether you are ready to take the plunge. 

When you think of having an open relationship, you may be imagining amazing nights of great sex with various lovers, then returning home to your partner and going on as if nothing happened.

There's actually a lot more work involved in becoming non-monogamous ... especially if you want to do it in a way that reduces the likelihood of people getting hurt.


In this class we’ll talk about:

  • the thinking and behavior patterns that can spell immediate trouble,
  • the type of person who is well-suited to ethical non-monogamy, 
  • definitions of words that might trip you up, and
  • some things you might never think about - like the various communities you might fit into, or the dreaded One Penis Policy.

This will be great for you if:

  • you and your partner have been talking about opening your relationship and you want to make sure you do it in the healthiest way possible that's going to give you the best chance of success;
  • you've had a negative experience of ethical non-monogamy in the past, but you want to try it again so you need to know where things went wrong; 
  • you want to learn about ethical non-monogamy to better understand people you love who are in a non-traditional relationship.


This class is intended for currently-monogamous couples who are considering opening their relationship. The information is also relevant to people who are currently single and considering entering a non-monogamous relationship.

This class is for individuals or couples and is appropriate for all genders, sexualities, etc. You do not need to have a partner or any experience to attend the class.