Middlesex: Queer Week: The Future of Sex

Middlesex: Queer Week: The Future of Sex

As our attitudes to sexuality become more open and accepting, we’re seeing an increasing range (rainbow, even) of sexual identity and expression become recognised. We’ll be talking bisexuality, polyamory and ethical non-monogamy. What are the freedoms of these different modes of sexuality? Is white-picket-fence monogamy stopping us from being happy? How might sexuality evolve even further in the future … what’s next?

Hosted by Cyndi Darnell.

Who?

Portrait of Cyndi Darnell

Cyndi Darnell

Cyndi Darnell is a holistic sex & relationship therapist, counsellor and sex educator, with advanced degrees in Counselling and Sexual Health and a Bachelor in Adult Education. She has presented across Australia as well as London, NYC and L.A., and is a published academic author and media commentator. Cyndi counsels individuals and couples, runs workshops and seminars on sex and the human condition, and offers insight into the quandaries of the erotic to transform fear into freedom.

Portrait of Linda Kirkman

Linda Kirkman

Sexuality educator and researcher Linda Kirkman has investigated sexuality, sexual health, and social change in relationships through teaching, academic research and life experiences. Through teaching and writing, she advocates for awareness of and respect for diversity in sexuality, gender and relationships.

Portrait of James Dominguez

James Dominguez

In 2005 James Dominguez founded the Melbourne Bisexual Discussion Group, a monthly support and social group for people attracted to more than one gender, and almost a decade later the group is still flourishing. In 2010 he co-founded Bisexual Alliance Victoria Inc, an activism and advocacy group for this often-forgotten segment of the LGBTI community.

Portrait of Anne Hunter

Anne Hunter

Anne Hunter is a passionate relationships coach and is one of Australia’s most experienced polyamory educators. She has been poly for over two decades and with her partner Pete, she co-founded PolyVic, Melbourne’s thriving polyamorous community, in 2004.

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