My most recent blog on Psychology Today explores the differences between these two relationship forms when it comes to gender, history, social integration, and more! You can check it out at https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/the-polyamorists-next-door/201807/what-is-the-difference-between-polyamory-and-polygamy Image is of red hearts with golden outlines floating against a black background with colored circles.
The fantastic folks over at the always scintillating Multiamory podcast interviewed me again to check in on the emerging findings from my ongoing study of polyamorous families with children. You can find my interview and many others that would definitely be worth a listen on their site at https://www.multiamory.com/
Practical NonMonogamy: An empirical guide to relationship diversity and kinky sex with Dr. Eli Sheff Workshop Tour 2018 This May I will embark on an 11 city, three month road trip in the United States to provide educational and interactive workshops about polyamory and kinky sex. See the schedule below for dates in a city... Continue Reading →
Southwest Love Fest April 6-8, 2018 Tucson, AZ The Southwest Love Fest is a conference on consensual non-monogamy with opportunities to learn, share and connect with other like minded people. It's an open space to find community and learn from others' diverse relationship experiences. It's going to be thought-provoking, transformative and all happening in a great... Continue Reading →
While my schedule is still evolving, these are the events that are firmly planned so far. Please consider attending one of these events near you! Dr. Eli Sheff’s Schedule for 2018 February 11 – 14 Atlanta, GA Lifestyle Live! Coaching Conference March 23 and 24 Austin, TX ... Continue Reading →
Christopher Smith has extended the deadline for submitting to his anthology until January 16, 2018. See below for more information, and you can find the full call for submissions here. *************************************** The Black American Polyamorous Anthology Project is an avenue for self-identifying polyamorous Blacks/African Americans/Black Americans to express; through any form written, audio or... Continue Reading →
Anna Orso at the Philadelphia Inquirer interviewed me for this story. While there is very little of what I said in the actual story, it does a great job of discussing diversity in polyamorous communities.
Doctoral candidate and Principle Investigator of the Hear My Voice Study, De'Shay Tomas at Arizona State University is seeking women who identify as Black/African American and LGBTQ+ and have experienced mental distress to participate in research. If you participate, you get a $25 gift card for the 1 to 2 hour interview via Skype, telephone,... Continue Reading →
Wanna get an early copy of the definitive book on how race and polyamory? Wanna support the voices and stories of people of color in polyamorous communities? Want insight on creating inclusive environments? Kevin Patterson of Poly Role Models is trying to bring the real talk with his upcoming book Love’s Not Color Blind: Race and... Continue Reading →