I am blogging for How Do I Date and I love the comic they chose for this new blog on how to be open about being in an open relationship. Check it out at http://howdoidate.com/relationships/how-to-open-up-about-being-in-an-open-relationship/
In this new post, Hopes&Fears asks experts like Stephanie Coontz, Dossie Easton, Christopher Ryan, and Elisabeth Sheff if they think human beings are meant to be monogamous. http://www.hopesandfears.com/hopes/now/question/216753-are-humans-meant-to-be-monogamous
Turns out those veggie eaters have been right the whole time, according to new findings from the World Health Organization that found eating processed meats like bacon or sausage to be as carcinogenic as cigarettes and asbestos -- scary stuff! Not only is meat-eating deadly for the environment and contributes more global climate change gases... Continue Reading →
One of my readers, Wortmanberbger, responded one of my previous blogs on White Fragility with the following : Fine, but there is the danger of an ideologically distorting influence inherent in the phrase “white privilege”, which tends to frame these discussions. Whites are not privileged. Black people are oppressed, and white people are not, generally speaking,... Continue Reading →
My new interview with Poly in the Cities podcast talks about my new book, Stories from the Polycule, and other things too.
Those funky Brits are at it again, talking about the smart and interesting parts of sex in all their varied forms. This time Kate Harrad heads up an all star team of editors extraordinaire to create a guide to bisexuality in the UK. Please check out their Indiegogo campaign page with tons of interesting information, and consider... Continue Reading →
The website How Do I Date has invited me to blog for them as well. You can check out my profile at http://howdoidate.com/team/elisabeth-a-sheff-ph-d/ They have lots of great experts giving a wide range of advice, so check out How Do I Date today.
Even though I am not polyamorous, the wonderful folks at Poly Role Models still wanted to hear what I had to say about polyamorous relationships. Check out the interview at http://polyrolemodels.tumblr.com/post/131651255275/dr-elisabeth-sheff
This first year of the Sex Down South conference was FANTASTIC!!!!!! Tons of fun, lots of new ideas, great people to chat with, and so many amazing sessions it was difficult to choose what amazing thing I got to learn next. Lucky for us, the organizers plan to do it again next October so start... Continue Reading →