Ellie Krupnick of mic.com on the new Poly Life smartphone app. Looks pretty cool, but I’m not trading in my Google Calendar just yet. Read about it here.
The speech I gave to The Ethical Society of St. Louis on The Ethics of Polyamory is available as a podcast. Huge thanks to The Ethical Society for the opportunity and for making the recording available online. One important note: further research has shown me that the numbers I gave on infidelity are probably closer […]
From livescience.com, February 14, 2013: 5 Myths About Polyamory by Stephanie Pappas,
I’ve been saying for years that religious conservatives (whether they will publicly admit it or not) see the writing on the was about marriage equality for same-sex couples and are already sharpening their knives for polyamory. Case in point: Can We Pray the Polyamory Away? by Jennifer LeClaire from charismanews.com June, 19th 2014.
Screw the Fairy Tale, It’s Time to Rethink Monogamy The current model of lifelong, cohabiting monogamous partnership has never been such an outdated ideal. By Helen Croydon April 24th, 2014
In which me and the folks at Modern Poly try to have a civilized conversation about polyamory with Steve Ward of VH1’s “Tough Love,” and fail, miserably. [Editor’s Note: The order of some comments has been changed to preserve continuity. Also, Twitter abbreviations have been expanded to full words. Every effort has been made to preserve the […]
For the first time in many, many years, I’m thinking about being monogamous. Don’t worry ladies; it’s not going to happen. Thinking about being monogamous for me is like contemplating suicide or the priesthood or becoming a certified yoga instructor. It’s nice to think about sometimes, but I know I’m never going to do it. […]