San Francisco Real Talk: Open Relationships: January 30, 2013 Open Forum

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openSan Francisco AIDS Foundation and STOP AIDS Project are excited to host the next anticipated Real Talk, our public forum series. The goal of this series is to host timely, interactive dialogs and exchange knowledge and resources around topics at the forefront of discussions in our community.

Our first Real Talk forum focused on gay men and aging. We explored serosorting in our second forum. In our third installment, we’re navigating open relationships.

Are you in an open relationship? Do you hook up with guys who are? Are you thinking about opening things up with your partner? Or do you prefer monogamy?

Join us for a frank discussion about navigating open relationships as a gay man. We’ll talk about why some couples decide to be open, tools for good communication with your partner(s), ways to protect your physical and mental health, and how the marriage equality movement has changed perceptions of same-sex relationships.

January 30, 2013
6:00 – 8:00 pm
San Francisco LGBT Community Center, 1800 Market Street

Continued Conversations
February 5 & 13
7:00 – 9:00 pm
Stop AIDS Project, 2128 15th Street

 

For more information and/or to register GO HERE

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