Society teaches us to be strong, to put our best foot forward, and not let others know what’s really going on inside. When we take this acquired behavior into our relationships, how does this serve us? Through discussion and exercises, we’ll explore vulnerability. How do we feel being vulnerable, and how does that play out in our lives? What works about vulnerability, and what doesn’t? There will be opportunities to be vulnerable in the workshop, and each person is always AT CHOICE in what they do or don’t want to share.
Lee & Murray
Lee Hencen and Murray Schechter have known each other for 18 years, have been in a polyamorous relationship for the last 13 years, and have lived in Brooklyn together for the past 7+ years.
Lee (she/her) is a retired Registered Nurse and would describe herself as polyamorous, hetero-flexible, and a cis-gendered female.
Murray (he/him) is a retired computer consultant and would describe himself as polyamorous, omnisexual, and a cis-gendered male.
Both Lee and Murray have presented a variety of workshops at Polyamory Conferences and Naturist Festivals in various cities. We are very happy to be invited to present at the Hudson Valley LGBTQ Community Center.
- Meeting Date/Time: Thursday, August 10th; 3:00pm – 4:30pm
- Meeting Location: Hudson Valley LGBTQ+ Community Center (300 Wall Street Kingston) Room: Second Floor Library
Hosted by : Lee Hencen and Murray Schechter
- Facilitator Name: Michael Erp (he/him)
- Facilitator Contact info: (845)-668-1006 or via e-mail at email@example.com