Love's Not Color Blind: The Intersection of Race and Polyamory

03jan18:0019:30Love's Not Color Blind: The Intersection of Race and PolyamoryKevin A PattersonEvent OverVirtual Event18:00 - 19:30 FacilitatorKevin A Patterson (he/him)CategoryPolyamory Conference Day 2


(Sunday) 18:00 - 19:30





Event Details

While polyamory and polyamorists are often viewed as a very welcome bunch, far too often, our communities and representation appear very limited. While we can be loud and proud when it comes to feminism and LGBT issues, sometimes we are suspiciously silent in regards to race. Beyond that, we sometimes, and often unknowingly, foster a standoffish, stressful or downright unwelcoming atmosphere around people of color. This presentation is a discussion about why diversity is important to our movement. We will tackle ways that we can proactively promote an inclusive environment in our lives, in our communities, and at our events. Most importantly, we will go over what we can do to maintain that diversity.

Moderation: Caritia


This event is part of the “Love is Polytical” Conference for Ethical & Intersectional Polyamory/Non-Monogamy and can be purchased as a solo event or part of our day or full conference tickets. 


Event Details

Date & Time:  January 3, 2021, 6pm-7.30pm CET (Berlin time)

Format: discussion/workshop (virtual)


Language: English, translation into German can be provided

Minimum knowledge level: –

What to bring:

Class recording: yes, will be available for 30 days to the participants of the conference.


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Kevin A Patterson (he/him)

Kevin Patterson has been practicing ethical nonmonogamy for 15 years and is an active member of the Philadelphia polyamory community. He is the creator of the Poly Role Models project, an interview series that serves as a platform for the diversity of our relationship structures and the people within them to shine through.

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