While polyamory remains controversial in some sectors, the Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA) has included information regarding polyamory on their website. You can check out their short and well-done article on their reading recommendations at http://yalsa.ala.org/blog/2014/06/09/new-diversity-polyamory/
Monthly Archives: June 2014
BreakThru Radio interviews Elisabeth Sheff and Robyn Trask on Polyamory in the United States
Come and see some very interesting folks talking about polyamory as it relates to aging, communication, how to make your relationships suck, ethics and ethical relationships, neuroscience, love languages, therapy, self-care, relationship anarchy, safer sex, skeptical monogamy, cooperative drawing, tarot, unicorns, poly families with kids, and race/ethnicity and white privilege. The Atlanta Poly Weekend is fun, educational, and affordable. Very kid friendly as well, with a separate kid track and adult workshops clearly marked.
Hope to see you there!
After fixing some spacing issues, the editors at Psychology Today have approved the post and the link is active again. You can find Part 2 of Why I am not Polyamorous But You Might Want to Be at its reactivated link http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-polyamorists-next-door/201406/why-i-am-not-polyamorous-you-might-want-be-part-2