Past Meetup

PN: LGBTQ and Polyamory Peer Power group (San Mateo)

This Meetup is past

4 people went

Every 2nd Thursday of the month

San Mateo County Pride Center

1021 S. El Camino Real · San Mateo, CA

How to find us

Check in at the front desk and they'll let you know which room we're in!

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NOTE: Event is announced in multiple places; RSVP numbers here are NOT accurate!

Thursday 3/14 (yes, that is "Pi Day!") we are having a special guest speaker, Koe Creation! Koe will be reading from their new book, This Heart Holds Many, described as "a testament of transformative, communal love told by an educator and lifelong learner who has dedicated their life to helping others grasp their own extraordinary love."

Koe Creation has one of the most unique life stories you’ve ever heard, guaranteed. Growing up in a sex-positive, polyamorous family in Seattle, Washington, Koe learned transparent, non-violent communication, age-appropriate discourse, and sex-positive empowerment at a young age. Teaching sex education and relationship skills across the USA since they were a teenager, Koe now has a decade of expertise at being a “professional pervert.” Koe is a frequent cohost of the Polyamory Weekly podcast and presents at conferences all over the country.

Join us this Thursday, March 14, as "educator and activist Koe Creation revisits their rearing as the second-generation of a queer, polyamorous, sex-positive family."

Read below for some more general information about this group!


We're continuing the Polyamory Peer Power group on the 2nd Thursday of each month (unless you tell us that another time would work better!). Stop by and get to know other poly/open/etc people in San Mateo County!

There is no charge for this event. The San Mateo County Pride Center is open to all, including LGBTQ , polyamorous, open, RA, poly-friendly, queer allies, as well as people from any background, race, gender or sexual identification, religion, political affiliation, and length of hair (or lack thereof!). If you are interested and respectful of diversity, we're happy to have you join us!

*UPDATE: This IS a potluck dinner! Feel free to bring a dish or drinks to share if you'd like! There is no "real kitchen" so plan accordingly.
*No alcohol
*There IS FREE PARKING behind the building!
*Check in with the front desk and they'll tell you where we are meeting tonight.

RSVP here in Meetup or in Facebook:

Hope to see YOU soon!

Dawn Davidson, Andres Loyola, and the Pride Center staff

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