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BISEXUALITY, MONOGAMY AND POLYAMORY: Collection of articles

ARE WE REALLY MONO-POLY? by Janet Kira Lessin  Doctors Hal and Sidra Stone teach us that we have many “voices” within ourselves. We each have our own set of voices, be they the Inner Critic, the Inner Child, the Inner Pope, the Inner Aphrodite or any of a myriad possible combinations.     At different times these […]Read More

POLYAMORY MAKES MORE LOVE & SEX

Ethical sluttery: Poly relationships expand the reach of love and sex*                           Despite recent advances for marriage equality, the rights and protections associated with that ancient institution remain reserved for pairs. Folks whose romantic and sexual relationships include more than two are still […]Read More

RELATIONSHIP OPTIONS: Internet radio & articles on Relationship Choice by

Internet radio on Relationship Choice, All-Chakra Tantra for Polys and Active Listening Lesson & article: THE POLY LOVE-IN: SHARE SACRED SEXUALITY by Janet Kira Lessin For the radio show, Episode 1: RELATIONSHIP OPTIONS click here and listen Articles: THE POLY LOVE-IN: SHARE SACRED SEXUALITY by Janet Kira Lessin When you and new lovers get together […]Read More

SWING?

SWING? (Forward by correspondent on internet, evidentally downloaded from the Society For Human Sexuality) ——————————————————————————– Swinging is a form of recreational social sex between consenting adults, most commonly consisting of male/female couples meeting other male/female couples for sex and/or ongoing intimate friendships. Swinging (otherwise known as “the lifestyle”) can take a variety of different forms. […]Read More

HAVE YOUR CAKE AND OTHERS TOO + GODDESS GIFTING GODDESS

HAVE YOUR CAKE AND OTHERS TOO + GODDESS GIFTING GODDESS by Janet Lira and Sasha Lessin, Ph.D., Founders, World Polyamory Association   Polys have it all. Continuity and diversity. Safety and adventure. The old, relaxing and the new, stimulating. Many of us polys go for the experience of dating as pair, threesome or lover-group. We […]Read More

THE ROLE NON-MONOGAMY WILL PLAY IN THE FUTURE OF MARRIAGE

THE ROLE NON-MONOGAMY WILL PLAY IN THE FUTURE OF MARRIAGE by Rachel R. White in The Atlantic http://www.theatlantic.com/life/archive/2011/10/the-role-non-monogamy-will-play-\in-the-future-of-marriage/245960/ Contrary to its “sanctity,” marriage has changed over time in both perception and practice. Even the Bible was once suspicious of marriage — it was seen as more holy to be celibate, and, in many cultures throughout […]Read More