Date Your Species: How to Find Partners That Get You

Are you confused about dating, mating, and relating in the 21st Century? Unsure how to make a relationship last past the latest NETFLIX show? Can’t tell Mr/Ms. Right from Mr/Ms.Trainwreck?

Dating, marriage, and the reasons we stay in relationships have changed a lot since the days of our great grandparents, and sex and relationship educator Reid Mihalko of knows what you need to make the current dating and mating scene less screwed-up. His advice: Date your species!

Join us for this humorous, frank, and interactive workshop where Reid boils down more than 150,000 conversations he’s had about sex and relationships and walks us through his best thinking and advice on making sex, dating, relationships, and mating work!

In this humorous and edutaining workshop, participants will learn:

  • How to figure out what species YOU are!
  • Why duration is no longer the best way to measure success in a relationship… And what metric we should be using instead!
  • Tools to determine if someone is a good or horrible fit for you…
  • 4 areas to consider before you fall in love with someone
  • Communication Skills to ask for what they want and how to avoid past relationship mistakes…
  • A few of Reid’s “black belt” relationship tips and tricks!

Whatever your level of dating experience and curiosity, whatever your gender or orientation, no matter how many times you’ve been burned in love and life, Reid promises an informative evening chocked full of great communication and relationship skills!

Host Bio

As seen on NETFLIX'"Chelsea Does..." alongside Chelsea Handler, Reid Mihalko(he/him)of is an internationally known sex and relationship geek who threw an orgy for Oprah's OWN Network on Lisa Ling's"Our America." He has led thousands of workshops and play parties, and his work has been covered by media outlets across 7 continents. His charisma and easy-to-understand, pragmatic advice have helped people at virtual and in-person events. His workshops and college lectures have been attended by over 60,000 people from across the globe.

Reid would also like you to know that, in early 2018, some very brave people came forward during #MeToo sharing the harm that Reid had caused them. Reid stepped down from teaching and initiated a transformative justice-based accountability process to address his misconduct and make amends if and where possible. The formal, year-long process along with Reid’s apology and resources were shared publicly and can be found at:

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