Monthly Archives: April 2016
I am really excited about the awesome lineup for Atlanta Poly Weekend coming up June 3-5. The lineup is chock full of serious things like talking to kids about sex (with the beyond fabulous Marla Renee Stewart) and demystifying asexuality (with the most excellent Melissa Avery-Weir) to fun stuff like Kinky Science (with the incredible Rachel Anne Kieran) and using dance to foster better communication (with the dynamic duo of Joreth Innkeeper and Sterling).
I will be providing the opening keynote address on resilience in poly families on Friday evening at 5pm, hosting a panel with children from poly families on Saturday at 10:30, and presenting on how to use white privilege against itself and become an ally to people of color at 8pm on Saturday. I hope to see you there — it is a great time with fun and interesting people!
Source: APW 2016 Schedule
In my most recent Psychology Today blog I explore the household division of labor in polyamorous families https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-polyamorists-next-door/201604/who-does-the-chores
Samantha Lefave recently interviewed me about how to have a healthy polyamorous relationship, and you can find the interview here