Cheers Sexy People!
I am super stoked and honored to announce our latest podcast interview with the producers of the Beyond The Love (BTL) conference – Karen, Dawn, and Dan. Together they are the co-producers of this yearly polyamory event held in Columbus, Ohio since 2013 typically in November. I had the good fortune of meeting all three of them last year (November 2015) when I was their press agent for the event, which I summarized earlier here on the blog. Then I was honored and delighted to be selected as one of their presenters this past November 2016 as well – and I summarized this experience here. What a blast and a privilege that was! I have nothing but great things to say about this dynamic, awesome and engaging trio. Every conversation and interaction I have had with each of them has left me smiling and psyched that people like this not only exist on this Earth, but are working diligently to create a better world via their yearly BTL event, as well as their work with Poly Columbus. Seriously, I love you guys so much, and am proud to be doing my part to support BTL, your work, and the broader polyamorous community alongside awesome you!
In this intriguing and fun podcast, we cover such topics as:
— the origin story of how the three of them met each other
— their involvement with the local polyamorous community via Poly Columbus
— how they came to live in their current day home lovingly called “The Nest”
— the origin story of their epic BTL event, and how they strive to make it inclusive and intersectional
— some of the challenges that they have faced and how they overcame them in creating BTL
— their thoughts on the future given our current political state
Thank you Karen, Dawn, and Dan, for being so generous with your time, for your tireless work creating the BTL conference, and for sharing your thoughts, wisdom and insights with us via the podcast interview! It was informational, inspirational, and fun! Find out more information about the spectacular and well-planned out polyamory-focused conference by going to beyondthelove.org or writing them at email@example.com, or follow them at Twitter @btlevent.
To hear the podcast, go to the Podcast link here and subscribe to the Loving Without Boundaries podcast, and check out Episode 44 with Karen, Dawn, and Dan. Also, please help spread awareness of alternative lifestyles and create more tolerance for ethical non-monogamy in the world at large by Rating and Reviewing the Loving Without Boundaries podcast in iTunes to help it get featured on New & Noteworthy. It only takes a few minutes.
If you would like to be interviewed either in written form or via audio on the podcast, please feel free to contact me and we will set something up. Thank you!
Wishing you peace, love and happiness,
(and thrilling, fun sex too!)
Based on the way the relationships ended, this would appear to be cases of partner selection—find people more committed both to you and to poly, and the relationships will go better. Listener L wrote in to share a tale of poly woe. Both she and her boyfriend self-identified as poly, but he ended up leaving her for a monogamous person. And this is the third time this same thing has happened to her! Does this mean that polyamory isn’t right for her? Is she just unlucky?