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.
In my newest blog on Psychology Today I explore the legal intricacies of the "Rule of Two" and legal moves to expand the number of parents children are allowed to have legally. The image is of four people in silhouette: two adults holding hands in an arch over two children. https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-polyamorists-next-door/201711/multiple-parents-legally#_=_
Dr. Kelly and Chelsea at Let's Talk Relationships interviewed me for their show and labeled it Rebel Relationships. Check out our conversation on different types of consensual non-monogamy, kinds of love, and dealing with the possible complexities of CNM relationships.
Curious Fox Presents is bringing me to Brooklyn, NY for two events. The first is Consider This: A Day of Challenging the Status Quo in Sex and Relationships with me, Tikva Wolf, Kitty Chambliss, and a host of other interesting folks collected for an afternoon and evening of enlightening discussions and exciting comedy performance at... Continue Reading →
I will be presenting on the Skeptic, Alternative History, and Science tracks at Dragoncon this year, as well as being one of the banner carriers for the Skeptic banner in the parade on Saturday. My presentation schedule is: Friday 9/1/17, 11:30 pm Crystal Ballroom, Hilton Title: The Polyamorists Next Door Description: We can learn... Continue Reading →
Brian Reynolds’s new play Mono/Poly is a laugh-out-loud exploration of the shenanigans that ensue when two monogamous couples meet a polyamorous triad. This delightful and rousing play just opened at the Hudson Theater in Los Angeles, and I had the pleasure of seeing it twice and sitting on the panels after each performance. ... Continue Reading →
In my most recent blog on Psychology Today I explore the experiences that polyamorous folks report with prejudice and discrimination. https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-polyamorists-next-door/201707/polyphobia
Zoe Weiner at Well and Good interviewed me recently about when open relationships work, and when they don't. https://www.wellandgood.com/good-advice/health-pros-cons-of-open-relationship/
I just returned to the United States from the first annual Foro Poliamor in Spain, and was completely charmed by it all – the people I met, the places they showed me, and the conference itself. If you have never been to Spain and could possibly travel there, I strongly suggest that you try... Continue Reading →