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.
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 →
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.
When Your Partner Wants Non-Monogamy and You Don't: A Workshop for People with a (Non)Monogamy Mismatch ⏲ Tuesday September 19 2017 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM EDT Private address at Myrtle and Troutman, Near the Myrtle-Broadway JMZ, Brooklyn, NY, United States Get tickets here What do you do when you love someone and they want something very different from... Continue Reading →
In Polyqueer: Gender, Race, and Polyamory, Dr. Mimi Schippers examines the racialized and gendered backdrop against which heterosexuality and monogamy play out in contemporary US culture. Focusing on multiplistic configurations of one woman with two men, Schippers provides a polyqueer reading of E.Lynn Harris’s Invisible Life and the film The Other Man. Going beyond the... Continue Reading →
In this new post, Hopes&Fears asks experts like Stephanie Coontz, Dossie Easton, Christopher Ryan, and Elisabeth Sheff if they think human beings are meant to be monogamous. http://www.hopesandfears.com/hopes/now/question/216753-are-humans-meant-to-be-monogamous