The Chicago Non-Monogamy Conference is a one-day conference that provides a space for attendees to discuss topics pertinent to being non-monogamous, to expand their understandings of their own relationships, and to get to know each other as members of a diverse community seeking intersectional understanding and inclusion.
While we know that our attendees flock to classes on jealousy, communication, and balancing time, we are seeking presenters whose classes not only address general topics of polyamory concern, but classes which create an inclusive and diverse community. Our attendees also flock to discussions about gender identity, navigating varied health needs, and consent. Presenters who actively work to provide safe spaces and who give voice to marginalized peoples within the non-monogamy community are necessary to the success of the non-monogamy community, and to the success of the CNMC. As such, presenters should be ready to address issues of race, class, gender, ability, age, and varied health needs within their conference sessions. While all sessions on non-monogamy necessarily include these topics, priority will be given to presenters who do so directly in their session summaries.
Presenters interested in contributing to the growth of our community should apply below.
We look forward to hearing from you!