Thorntree Press is kicking off an Indiegogo campaign for three new books on polyamory. One of the books is Franklin Veaux's memoir, a book that other publishers wanted from him to begin with and spurred him to start Thorntree with Eve Rickert. A second book is by Louisa Leontiades who writes her memoir about loving... Continue Reading →
The website DebateOut promises "The end of the one dimensional debate" and seems to have delivered on that promise with its new series of posts on polyamory. The series features me as the pro side with Dr. Karen Ruskin as the con. Please check out the posts and let me know what you think.
https://elisabethsheff.files.wordpress.com/2014/11/angry-white-man-yelling-outside.jpg?w=300 On November 7, 2014, John D. posted a comment in response to one of my Psychology Today blogs, “Does Polyamory Work?.” In his comment, John D. assumes that polyamory is obviously pathological and an excuse for inhumane and slavish behavior. This response, just one of the many, many like it that I have received... Continue Reading →