The More, The Merrier: A Road Map to Ethical Non-Monogamy on October 18th from 6:30-8:30

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Join us for this class for $25, or save $10 on tickets to both this class and Andre's Non-Monogamy and Privilege: Sustain Healthy Relationships within a Social Justice Framework on November 8th! See Related Products Below!

October 18th: The More, The Merrier: A Road Map to Ethical Non-Monogamy

The biggest roadblock to exploring ethical non-monogamy is FEAR.

I won’t be good at it, so why bother?”

I get too jealous to ever be able to do non-monogamy.”

Doesn’t non-monogamy mean cheating, though?”

Everyone around me would judge me.”

Isn’t non-monogamy all about orgies and sex parties?”

I heard that the non-monogamous community isn’t very inclusive.”

Don’t you need to be super wealthy to have multiple partners?”

My partner must be suggesting this because I’m not ‘enough’ for them.”

Whatever YOUR fear, Andre Shakti wants to help you acknowledge it, then eradicate it. Andre has almost a decade of alternative relationship experience under her belt. As an educator, advocate, advice columnist and relationship coach for those with non-monogamous identities and practices, Andre approaches non-monogamy with love, levity, and intersectionality. This workshop is geared towards those who are in the initial stages of considering stepping outside of a monogamous framework. Bring your concerns, your compassion, and most importantly, your CURIOSITY!

Andre Shakti is a journalist, educator, performer, activist, and professional slut living in Baltimore. She is devoted to normalizing alternative desires, de-stigmatizing sex workers and their clients, and not taking herself too seriously. Andre wrestles mediocre white men into submission and writes about sex work, queerness and non-monogamy for Cosmopolitan, Rewire, Thrillist, MEL, Vice, Autostraddle, and more. She can frequently be found marathoning Law & Order: SVU under a chaotic pile of partners and pitbulls, and yes, she knows how problematic that show is. Visit her on Twitter @andreshakti, on FB as "Andre Shakti", at, and as a pleasure professional on her Patreon, where she writes exclusively for people who want to go deeper.

Sugar is located in Baltimore’s Hampden neighborhood on the corner of 36th and Roland Ave. There is plentiful street parking or you can use Hampden Park and Go!

For any questions or to schedule an ASL interpreter call the store at 410-467-2632. All participants receive 10% any purchases after the workshop!

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