139: Why Open Relationships Work – Canaan

If you don’t like gay marriage, then don’t marry someone who’s gay. If you don’t approve of abortion, then don’t have one. And, if you don’t want an open relationship, then don’t be in one, and stop throwing shade on those who do. What a couple does in their relationship is what works for them and today we are having a very candid and fun conversation about the in’s and out’s, the good and bad, and the honesty it takes to be in an open relationship. Join me and fellow podcast host, and actor Canaan, as we explore the adventure of having an open relationship.

About Canaan

Canaan is an actor and artist from Essex County, New Jersey. He is best known for his award winning role in the short film ‘Last Tonight,’ as well as appearances in ‘Chirp, Buzz, and Other Sensations,’ and ‘The Education of a Negro.’ Through his work, Canaan seeks to defy stereotypes associated with gay, black men, creating thought-provoking work and starting important conversations.

In addition to his work as an actor, he is involved in several other artistic pursuits, including writing and directing, podcasting, and photography. He resides in West Los Angeles with his husband.

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