Relationship Anarchy works to relate to others in a way that is less defined by expectations, assumptions, rules, and obligations. It is a philosophy and practice grounded in respect for autonomy, authentic co-willing, consent, and anti-authoritarianism. It questions the conventional social norms, beliefs, and customs around relationships such as ownership, scarcity and entitlement.
Relationship Anarchy has become a hot topic, especially in the non-monogamous communities. But what does Relationship Anarchy mean exactly? And how can principles of Relationship Anarchy be applied to all types of relationships (including monogamous ones) in ways that help us reclaim our individuality and sexuality within relationships and in our lives.
Session Category : 2020