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How can polyamory/ethical non-monogamy as non-normative relational formation expand our understanding of spiritual community, wellbeing, and practice?
View a recording of this AAPIRT presentation, an exploratory dialogue on the intersections of polyamory and faith and a consideration of how polyamorous frameworks can help us deepen and inform the spiritual ethics and practices of our faith communities.
Maij (they/he/sib/homie/fam) is a BlackVietnameseBipolarTransNonbinaryQueer currently existing in and with beloved community in Winston-Salem, NC. Maij’s formal education and training consists of a Bachelors of Arts in Sociology and Women, Gender, Sexuality Studies, as well as a Masters of Divinity from Wake Forest University.
A creative visionary, organizer, and liberation companion from the Southern United States, their soul work centers the bodies, voices, and lived experiences of oppressed peoples striving to transform their imaginations and worlds.
This CLGS Asian American Pacific Islander Roundtable event was recorded on 16 November 2023