http://www.livescience.com/27129-polyamory-good-relationships.html?goback=%2Egde_1793414_member_214226767 The author of this article in Live Science interviewed me so long ago I had forgotten about it, and it took another colleague drawing the article to my attention for me to remember that we had had the conversation. I really like where she went with it!
This coming weekend scholars from around the world will present at the first International Academic Polyamory Conference in Berkeley, California, USA. The conference opens Friday night at 5:30 with Psychological and Mental Health Presentations from Deborah Anapol, Kathy Labriola, and Karen Haas. I will appear remotely from my home in Atlanta on Friday night at... Continue Reading →
Recently I was fortunate enough to attend the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force's (NGLTF) annual Creating Change conference in Atlanta. The extensive conference offerings covered five days, beginning with a full-day Racial Justice Institute and then expanding into a multitude of panels, workshops, trainings, and plenaries on the range of social issues that intersect... Continue Reading →