A Poly Miracle X3 – A Home Visit, A Wine Sippy Cup, and a Surprise Cat Sitter

Cheers Sexy People! Hello friends. First I want to thank you all for the outpouring of love and support that came in from my last post where I described my feelings of getting shoved aside while my boyfriend’s family is visiting him for over a month. I had referenced Franklin Veaux’s Secondary Bill of Rights as…

Poly Interview: Non-monogamy from a 60 yo male educator / author in Maryland

This is fifteenth in a series of interviews with 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 fifteenth interview is with man in his…

BOUNDARIES: Don’t Excuse Bad Behavior, No Matter What the “Label”

Cheers Sexy People! In response to my last post about my upsetting breakup that I am healing from, I had a great conversation with one of our frequent commenters here at Loving Without Boundaries, Clarathegreat. It turns out that she works in the mental health profession. I am passionate about mental health for many reasons, including trying to…

Why Do We Cheat?

Cheers Sexy People! I have been hard at work preparing my presentation for The 4th International Conference on the Future of Monogamy and Nonmonogamy. Ironically, I am the first speaker Saturday morning, February 14th. Yup, that’s right! Valentine’s Day! How hilarious is that?! I’m going to go up there and speak publicly about my polycule and…

Poly Married VS. Poly Single as it Relates to Security & Jealousy

Cheers Sexy People! I want to dedicate this blog post to a question that I received from one of my readers in Australia. Here is her question to me: Q: Do you feel as though your “status” as a married person gives you a greater stability from which to explore polyamory? I am single, and…

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…