The press release for the Practical NonMonogamy tour is ready for release, and you can find the updated online release here and see the original version below: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 17, 2018 Contact: https://elisabethsheff.com/ Scientist Dr. Eli Sheff Tackles Polyamory, Family, and Kink in Practical NonMonogamy Workshop Tour LOS ANGELES - Dr. Elisabeth “Eli” Sheff brings... Continue Reading →
In my newest blog on Psychology Today I explain five of the reasons that polyamorous families are generally reluctant to appear on reality television. The image is a small child with dark curly hair and brown eyes with shoulders hunched forward and chin tucked shyly to chest, eyes looking up at camera, one finger in... Continue Reading →
Alexandria Gomez from Women's Health Magazine interviewed me recently for a piece on polyamory and consensual non-monogamy. You can find the article here. http://www.womenshealthmag.com/sex-and-love/open-relationships
The Mic recently published Kaitlyn Mitchell's article "There's a Big Problem in Polyamory that no one is Talking About" Mitchell interviewed me for the piece and did a great job interpreting the I published with Corie Hammers in 2011, "The Privilege of Perversities." Check it out and let me know what you think.
Arin Greenwood just wrote a great article on the Huffington Post website about The Polyamorists Next Door -- you can find it at the link below. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/03/05/elisabeth-sheff-polyamory_n_4898961.html?1394034298
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Listen to me Friday January 17, 5 pm PST/8 pm EST on Tristan Taormino’s radio show “Sex Out Loud” on The VoiceAmerica Network. http://sexoutloudradio.com. Call in to talk to me and Tristan LIVE: 866-472-5788.
Experts in Philly describe mysteries of polyamory: When one lover isn’t enough By Stacey Burling You think a romantic relationship between two people is hard? Try polyamory. A panel of experts at the American Psychiatric Association meeting in Philadelphia last week said that open relationships between more than two people can work, but it requires... Continue Reading →