Image: Woman with dark braids outside looking through binoculars In the first of a two-part series, my newest blog on Psychology Today explores the foibles of unicorn hunting for heteroflexible couples who want to date women. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/the-polyamorists-next-door/202009/unicorn-hunting-heteroflexible-threesomes
Image: three black and white hearts nested wtihin each other Are you currently in, or have you been in a consensually non-monogamous relationship (e.g., swinging, polyamorous, or open relationship) and want to contribute to science? My colleagues and I are conducting a study looking at the practices and guidelines that people in CNM relationships follow... Continue Reading →
The crew at Poly Dallas Millenium is hosting their fantastic conference online this year, and there are still two more days for people who wish to present to submit their proposals at polydallasmillennium.com . Presenters have to jump on this right away, though, because submissions close September 10.
https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B08F95SR1N/ref=pe_27514090_523196360_pe_re_csr_ea_title Check out my brand new book on kids raised in polyamorous families! This short book gives a brief summary of the research findings from the last 25 years of the Longitudinal Polyamorous Family Study that I started in 1996.
Image: Blue and white microphone on black background Understanding Polyamory & Open Relationships with Dr. Eli Sheff Polyamory is the practice of more than one intimate relationship with more than one partner, with the informed consent of all partners involved. It's also referred to as consensual or ethical non-monogamy. It's a life philosophy that love... Continue Reading →
Homework is stupid, The Podcast available on Apple Podcast and Stitcher. Check out http://www.homeworkisstupid.com. All episodes: Polyamorous Families: Real Life Facts with Dr. Elisabeth Sheff Image: raised hands with red heart on palm Lauren Buongiovanni recently interviewed me for her podcast Homework Is Stupid about polyamorous families https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/homework-is-stupid/id1481424713
Image: New York Times logo Cynthia McKelvy at the New York Times recently interviewed me for an article on polyamorous parenting https://www.nytimes.com/2020/08/04/parenting/polyamorous-parenting.html #polyamory #parenting #children #chosenfamily
Image: Cover of journal Sexualities An amazing team of polyamory researchers is putting together a special issue of the journal Sexualities focusing on parenting in polyamorous families. If you are researching or serving parents in polyamorous families, consider submitting an abstract. More info below: Image: Laptop on desk with coffee cup and notebook Photo by... Continue Reading →
Image: Lots of words describing study with blue side. A doctoral student, Melissa Manley in the Department of Psychology at Clark University, is conducting research on parents in polyamorous relationships. If you are interested in participating, check out the details below. ***************************************** Hi all,I am writing to ask for help recruiting for a study on... Continue Reading →
Image: Flyer for Year Long Online Course In collaboration with the Sexual Health Alliance, Dr. Eli Sheff is teaching a year-long course for counselors and therapists wishing to specializing in serving clients in consensually non-monogamous (CNM) relationships. Students in this course will get rich content from industry experts, as well as lectures and discussion with... Continue Reading →