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Thursday, June 23 • 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Polyamory 101

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This panel will be devoted to exploring ethical non-monogamy and specifically the practice of polyamory. Polyamory is a type of relationship where individuals can romantically engage with multiple people with everyone's full knowledge and consent. Panelists will discuss their experiences being poly themselves and take questions from the audience.

Speakers
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Nick Ford

Nick Ford is an anarchist without adjectives who lives in New Hampshire. He is a Senior Fellow at the Center for a Stateless Society and a Lead Coordinator for AltExpo. He enjoys reading comic books, telling terrible puns, and writing at his website AbolishWork.com.
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Leslee Ann Petersen

Founder, Love in Liberty
Leslee Petersen stands at an intersection of mental health, alternative relationships, and liberty activism. Her values are inclusiveness, openness, sex-positivity, emotional libertarianism, active mindedness, Risk Aware Consensual Kink, conscious monogamy, and ethical non-monogamy. She loves coffee and cats.
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Tara Powell

Tara is a 30-year-old New Hampshire native and has lived in Manchester for the better part of 10 years. She was diagnosed with autism as a young child, and has been working toward Spectrum acceptance and neurodiversity. | | Tara had been monogamous for the last 4 years but was always a supporter of poly. After a broken engagement she decided monogamy was no longer a current option. 
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Zachary Silva

Zachary Silva, based out of St. Augustine, Florida, is a speaker, pirate, and entrepreneur with passions for photography, percussion, poetry, and creating awesome things with cool people. Zach has been featured in several podcasts and national news outlets, and only occasionally writes in third person.


Thursday June 23, 2016 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Students for Liberty Tent

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