Queering Polyamorous Parenthood

03jan16:0017:30Queering Polyamorous ParenthoodInna BarinbergEvent OverVirtual Event16:00 - 17:30 FacilitatorYaniv Barinberg (they/them)CategoryPolyamory Conference Day 2


(Sunday) 16:00 - 17:30





Event Details

Family and parenthood have ever since been concepts that queer folx had been excluded from, so we’ve always challenged those concepts or created new, creative and radical ways of what family can be for us.

In this interactive talk we’re going to dive into a critical exploration of the concept of families and look at the challenges and obstacles that have been brought upon us when it comes to questioning the heteronormative concepts of family&parenthood.

There will be space for discussion, Reflection and creative brainstorming on how we can create different ways of queering familyhood or finding new concepts and ways to live with our loved once.


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, 4pm-5.30pm CET (Berlin time)

Format: discussion (virtual)


Language: English, translation into German can be provided

Minimum knowledge level: none

What to bring: openness, curiosity & questions

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



What else to know

After your successful ticket purchase, you will be sent an email with the Zoom login data for this event.

If you cannot afford this event, please check the ticket option “solidarity” for reduced ticket prices. If that is still too much or they are out of stock, feel free to send us a message via info@karada-house.de


Yaniv Barinberg (they/them)

Yaniv gives workshops and lectures on the topics of polyamory, open relationships and jealousy. Their focus is an appreciative and self-empowering approach, especially for queer people. In a society of self-optimization, Inna would like to work less on optimizing and more on appreciating and recognizing one's own feelings and empowering oneself. Inna studied philosophy and sociology (BA and MA), worked for a few years in political education and training in systematic counseling & pedagogy as well as being trained as a teacher in humanistic life studies.

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