Dominus Blue and baby j from Black People Kink recently interviewed me for their new podcast. You can check it out at https://www.blackpeoplekink.com/podcast-2/
Kimichi Cuddles author and creator Tikva Wolf will be joining me at Charis Books & More in Little Five Points this Friday, September 30. Please join us there for An Evening of Poly Abundance beginning at 7:30.
In this podcast Kitty Chambliss of Loving Without Boundaries chats with me and her husband JJ about poly family life. http://lovingwithoutboundaries.com/2016/09/14/podcast-interview-dr-sheff-on-family-with-kittys-husband-jj-chambliss/
As home of a thriving film industry, the Black Glitterati, and the largest gay population between Miami and Washington DC, Atlanta is a city of rich cultural diversity. One of the elements of that diversity shows up in the incredible range of relationship and sexuality related cons to which the lovely city of Atlanta plays... Continue Reading →
In a recent article on Fusion, Lux Alptraum writes about the realistic concerns some poly folks have about coming out. http://fusion.net/story/346639/polyamorous-nonmonogamous-coming-out/
I am thrilled to be speaking to the Asheville Poly Network tonight at 6pm. Tickets are $15 and available at the door, and there are still spaces available. Hope to see you tonight! The APN meets at 68 Kentucky Dr, Asheville, NC 28806 Important parking information below: Look for the large building in the back straight up... Continue Reading →
I am currently writing a series of blogs on abuse in poly relationships for my Psychology Today blog, and working on a more in-depth blog on abuse in kinky relationships for the National Coalition of Sexual Freedom. Obviously, the topic of abuse in sex and gender minority relationships is really on my mind lately. So when... Continue Reading →
In my most recent blog on Psychology Today I look at the protective features that may make some poly families less prone to abuse. This blog is the first in a two-part series, and the second will discuss factors that can increase the likelihood of abuse in a poly family.
I just returned to home Atlanta after the Endless Poly Summer at Abrams Creek Retreat Center and speaking to the Charlotte Poly Network. Taking a breather has allowed me to reflect on my tour so far. The Hygge Coworking space in Charlotte was lovely, a welcoming and comfortable space to speak on "Types of Consensual... Continue Reading →