In this hour workshop, we dive into how survivorship might appear in non-monogamy, go through possible regulation suggestions, and unpack myths around survivorship within non-monogamy.
Description of Event
Survivorship can be defined as folks who have been impacted by sexual violence and relationship violence. In this hour workshop, we dive into how survivorship might appear in non-monogamy, go through possible regulation suggestions, and unpack myths around survivorship within non-monogamy. This workshop is geared primarily towards victims/survivors of sexual violence or and intimate partner violence. This workshop is also for friends, partners, and family members who are navigating non-monogamy and survivorship. You don't have to be non-monogamous to take part in this workshop, but it's recommended for non-monogamous survivors of relationship-based violences.
Discussion of gender and relationship based violence
What you'll need
Please bring a comfort item, journal, pen, and anything that might help possible triggers that come up.
Sydney Rae Chin (they/them) is a chef, non-monogamous educator, and OF content creator. After graduating from Emerson College, Sydney dabbled in marketing. In 2020 amidst the pandemic, they found their passion for sex education, deconstructing media, and storytelling. Their work has been highlighted in collaborations with HER and Open discussing their non-monogamy journey through a survivor lens. Sydney is a proud third generation Chinese-American femme relearning their roots in food history and culture while combining unapologetic sensuality. Currently, they work part-time at the People's Kitchen Philly.