Jealousy, Polyamory and What That Has To Do with a Dead Fish?

Cheers Sexy People, Last week, we discovered one of our beautiful koi fish belly up in our pond. My husband and I were immediately saddened and upset trying to determine what killed the lovely creature that we have been tasked with taking care of ever since we inherited our koi pond (it came with the…

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Poly Interview: Ethical non-monogamy from a young female in LA

This is the fourth in a series of interviews of everyday people who are living a poly lifestyle (either polyamorous or polysexual), from their individual perspectives. They were each given a series of questions, and asked to pick several questions that they would like to answer from their personal experience. This fourth interview is of…

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Polyamory and a Sports Metaphor

Cheers Sexy People! As a follow up to my recent blog posts about “Coming Out”, I wanted to share with you this brilliant blog entry that I found recently that uses a metaphor to help describe what it can feel like to try to explain polyamory. To those of us who practice polyamory and identify…

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“Coming Out” As Polyamorous: Part Deux

Cheers Sexy People! I am writing this blog post as a follow up to an earlier one, to continue my story on “coming out” to our family and friends about being polyamorous. The last post, I spoke about what lead up to the decision to “come out” including the reasons that we finally decided to…

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“Coming Out” as Polyamorous: My Story

Cheers Sexy People! A fellow blogger recently posted about the decision to “come out” as polyamorous to friends and family. There were many questions, and a lively discussion broke out around the topic. I knew at some point I would write about this, so why not now? The decision to come out or not is…

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The Practice of Jealousy Management

Cheers Sexy People! Let’s face it: It’s impossible to talk about polyamory / ethical non-monogamy without the topic of jealousy coming up. It’s one of the first questions I got asked by my friends when I first “came out” to them. “But don’t you get jealous?” Why yes, yes I do. Some days it might…

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