Sam Romero, a guest poster, writes on dating safely: Date Safety 101: How To Keep Yourself Safe On Your First Date With Someone New of a Different Gender As exhilarating as a first date can be with an attractive guy or girl, it’s also a time where you should exercise caution and common sense. All... Continue Reading →
In a recent Cosmopolitan story, Zachary Zane explains why he decided to take his boyfriend's wife on a date. Zane's charming tale provides a perfect example of how he and his boyfriend's wife develop a polyaffective relationship that makes all of their relationships stronger. It also provides a look at a real poly relationship... Continue Reading →
Many parents dread giving the “birds and the bees” talk to our kids. In days past, this talk involved a lot of awkward silences and euphemisms. Today, however, these talks can also be used to empower our sons and daughters to safely navigate their sexual development. Unfortunately, one area of concern parents often overlook is... Continue Reading →
For a new interview with Dr. Sheff about Stories from the Polycule, check out the links below. http://www. MyNDTALK.org -( @ the homepage) -on demand all day @ www.MyNDTALK on Thursday, March 10th After the air date - show will be archived at the site under 'Thoughtful Thursday ' 89.3 FM/www.wpfwfm.org - 3-4 pm ET - on Thursday, March 10th - After Thursday, March 10th, show will be archived at... Continue Reading →
In my first in a pair of blogs about jealousy I looked at jealousy in polyamorous and monogamous relationships. The second blog details five strategies useful for managing jealousy. https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-polyamorists-next-door/201602/five-strategies-manage-jealousy
If you are going to be in the Austin, Texas area, please consider joining me for a book talk. I will be reading from my new book, Stories from the Polycule, at BookWoman, Austin's premier feminist bookstore, at 7pm on Monday November 23. I hope to see you there! BookWoman 5501 North Lamar... Continue Reading →
My new interview with Poly in the Cities podcast talks about my new book, Stories from the Polycule, and other things too.
This first year of the Sex Down South conference was FANTASTIC!!!!!! Tons of fun, lots of new ideas, great people to chat with, and so many amazing sessions it was difficult to choose what amazing thing I got to learn next. Lucky for us, the organizers plan to do it again next October so start... Continue Reading →