Image: Cover of book with pastel triangles, title reads Love and Freedom Previously I told my readers about an exciting new book series on diverse sex, gender, and relationships that I am co-editing with Dr. Richard Sprott through the publishers Rowman and Littlefield. Now I am very excited to announce that the first book in... Continue Reading →
Image: New Yorker logo in white against black background Andrew Solomon recently interviewed me for his piece in the New Yorker he entitled The Shape of Love. You can find it here http://andrewsolomon.com/articles/the-shape-of-love
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 →
Image: Hand writing RESEARCH on transparent board There are two new research projects coming out of the powerhouse team associated with Division 44 of the American Psychological Association Task Force on NonMonogamy lead by Drs. Amy Moors and Heath Schechinger. Scholars are recruiting for two new studies aimed at understanding the experiences, well-being, and relationship... Continue Reading →
Founders of Jujumama Love Academy and long-time polyamorous leaders Carl and Kenya Stevens gave me a great interview about the African roots of multiple partner relationships and how African Americans are doing polyamory today. Interview with Kenya and Carl Stevens K= Kenya C= Carl E= Eli E: How did you get involved in polyamory? K:... Continue Reading →
Image is dark outline of butterfly filled with glowing lights In my newest blog on Psychology Today I explore the ways in which some people cultivate personal growth through consensually non-monogamous relationships.
Nerd Nights happen in pubs, taverns, and bars across the US, with smart people chatting about interesting ideas over alcohol. What could be better?!?!?!?! Admission is FREE Wednesday May 15 7:30 pm The Barley , 235 E MLK BLVD|Chattanooga| TN |37403|423-682-8200 This Nerd Night, sponsored by Devori Kimbro at the University of Tennessee in Chattanooga,... Continue Reading →
Do Pheromones Play a Role in Polyamorous Families? Polyamory can be a difficult concept to navigate when you are fairly new to the idea or you have just begun to realize that you personally may be polyamorous. Many of us have been conditioned to accept the idea that monogamy is the standard to which we... Continue Reading →
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.