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anita@practicalpolyamory.com has shared: The #1 Reason Why Men and Women Over 50 Cheat (It’s Not What You Think!)

Whew! The over 50 crowd’s comments are brutal. It is very apparent from the comments that the idea that monogamy isn’t natural scares people very badly indeed. It’s a good article, though, and features a 28 minutes TED talk about why we cheat by ahropologist Helen Fisher Ph.D.- she’s worth it.

So what do you think of this article?  It also references Esther Perel’s work – Matingin Captivity – in which she is quoted as saying that people in a long term relationship should deal with the urge to cheat by being creative in the bedroom, in [...]

Polyamory – It’s Not Just for Baby Boomers Anymore

In his most recent entry at Polyamory in the News, Alan quotes a college student: ”Every time I turn around, I feel like more of my peers are entering open relationships.” A 30-something family member of mine said the very same to me just a few days ago.  Then Alan gives us a rundown of the latest poly news from college campuses.  He also includes the following quote and comment: “This is my poly dream: that every college student in America will know the word polyamory and what it means within five years.” So declared Diana Adams at a Loving More conference 4¼ years ago. Since then, [...]

Calling All Therapists! CARAS Alternative Sexualities Conference August 3, 2011

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I’m excited!  The Community-Academic Consortium for Research on Alternative Sexualities (“CARAS”) is holding it’s “4th Annual Alternative Sexualities Conference: Cultural Competencies, Clinical Issues, Research” here in DC on Wednesday, August 3, 2011, 9AM to 6PM.  My partner and I will be presenting as a case our experiences and challenges with sexual addiction/compulsion in a polyamorous relationship context, and psychiatrist Dr. Gary Wynn will provide a clinical perspective, and facilitate the conversation.  Of course, the conference is about a lot more than that.

In my polyamory advocacy and educational work, I frequently encounter people who have had a bad experience when seeking therapy from a [...]

Polyamory Weekly Podcast and The Kinsey Institute

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We polyamorists owe a big thank-you to Cunning Minx, who has produced hundreds of podcasts on the subject of polyamory.  Today we learn that these podcasts, which document an unprecedented breadth of subject matter related to polyamory, have been added to the Kenneth R. Haslam Collection on Polyamory at The Kinsey Institute.

Congratulations to Cunning Minx for her tireless work, and for making polyamory education and Polyamory Weekly podcasts fun! (This week’s podcast, #340, is on the subject of how to fight fair.)  [...]

Polyamory on the 11:00 News on DC ABC affiliate WJLA

My husband, Tim, and I had the privilege of being interviewed about our polyamorous open marriage recently, and it was shown on Washington, D.C.’s ABC news affiliate WJLA on the 11PM news on Thursday, February 9, 2012.  Also included are local polyamorists Sarah Taub, Michael Rios, and Jonica Hunter, none of whom are married to each other and who live together in what polyamorists refer to as  “V” relationship.  Their contribution was highly valuable in that together we were all able to give a couple of different yet common examples of how people arrange their nonmonogamous romantic lives. 

A fairly brief [...]

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