One of my very favorite sex cons in Atlanta (and there are some FABULOUS sex cons in ATL, so it has some serious competition 🙂 ) is the truly inspirational Sex Down South. The con starts today, and I will be there presenting the Non-Monogamy Mismatch, as well as hanging out with some fantastic sex... 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.
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 →
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
Good news for anyone who is interested in polyamory but find Cons inaccessible for a variety of reasons. The Accessible Multi-linking and Polyamory Virtual Con, is taking place November 3 - 5 at an Internet-capable screen near you. AMaP is a fully online con designed to be accessible to people who usually can't... Continue Reading →
As a white liberal – and I mean whiiiiiiiiite some lily white shit white – I never intend to be racist. As a white, lower-middle-class, cis-gendered woman, I have been marinated in white privilege since I was born. Squaring these two opposites – not wanting to be a racist but having white privilege in a... Continue Reading →
Christopher Smith is collecting original stories written by African Americans who identify as polyamorous. If you are in that category, please consider submitting to his anthology! While completing my academic article entitled Open to Love: Polyamory and the Black American (which will be published in The Journal of Black Sexuality and Relationships... Continue Reading →