Cheers Sexy People!
Recently I have had the honor of being asked to be a contributing writer (along with many other fabulous writers) for a website called Multiamory. I met Dedeker Winston of Multiamory fame when I had her on our Loving Without Boundaries podcast when her book, “The Smart Girl’s Guide to Polyamory” came out. If you’d like to take a listen, it is Episode 56 & 57.
From the amazing Multiamory team’s website:
“We believe in looking to the future of relationships, not maintaining the status quo of the past. We value ethics over tradition, and we believe that a healthy world is one where everybody has agency in their relationships.
We offer new ideas and advice for multiple forms of love: everything from conscious monogamy to ethical polyamory and radical relationship anarchy. We combine the knowledge from our years of personal experience with the best information available and present it in a way that’s entertaining, thought-provoking, and easy to apply to your relationships.
Conventional relationship advice is toxic and outdated. If you want some out-of-the-box ideas to deepen your current relationships, find the best romantic partners for you, broaden your sexual horizons, or develop a better understanding of yourself, then check out our podcast and blog. We love hearing your questions so please leave them in the comments or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.”
I am very proud of this first article that I wrote for Multiamory called The Polyamory Guide to Community Building. I started unwittingly and accidentally building a polyamorous community when I started writing this blog almost five years ago. Some of the content from this article came from the super awesome and kind Tim of Poly Chicago whom I saw speak at last year’s Beyond The Love conference. I consulted with him to make this article as informative and informative as possible. Read on to learn more! Maybe there are nuggets of wisdom to help you on your personal journey!
Jealousy is one of the two biggest questions that I get asked about in regards to consensual non-monogamy. This book is chock-full of oodles of information and actionable steps that anyone can start using TODAY to alleviate and expertly handle he challenging emotion of jealousy when it rears its head in their life. I hope readers find it helpful, applicable, easy to read and most of all….impactful. The day is finally here to share the book with you…. and I’m SOOO excited! The book is now in the pre-launch phase, and I want to give you ample time to read the advance copy, review it on Amazon if you wish, share, and enjoy it.
FREE DOWNLOAD – PUT IN YOUR CALENDARS: “The Jealousy Survival Guide” will be available for FREE Downloads for five consecutive days during the official book launch NOVEMBER 1 – 5, 2017. Get your free copy or I invite you to pay just 99 cents now before the price goes up!!
The Pageist Podcast
I recently had the honor and privilege of being interviewed on The Pageist Podcast that one of the producers, Dan of Beyond The Love informed me about. I really enjoyed the conversation that we had about all things polyamorous, relationships, and how jealousy can impact those relationships. Tune in to hear Episode 65… “Wherein the Pageist has an utterly delightful chat with the unspeakably exuberant Kitty Chambliss about jealousy in non-monogamous relationships and how to deal with it.”
Beyond The Love – December 1–3, Columbus, Ohio
I will be attending the 5th Annual Beyond The Love conference in Columbus, Ohio, December 1-3, 2017. I will be there sharing copies of my new upcoming book: “Jealousy Survival Guide: How to feel safe, happy and secure in an open relationship.” The book will also be offered as one of the items available in the now in-famous “silent auction” that Dan, Dawn and Karen offer. Yay!
NSEC – December 6–9, Atlantic City, NJ
Lastly, I am absolutely honored and THRILLED to have been selected as one of the presenters at this year’s National Sexual Educators Conference, Decembr 6-9, 2017 at Atlantic City, New Jersey. I will be speaking on Friday, December 8th from 2:15 to 3:15pm. My talk is titled: Polyamory In Practice: Understanding Consenual Non-monogamy. I feel this is a major step that the NSEC is taking action to learn more about the polyamorous community, seeking to understand how to serve them better. If any sexual educators are reading this, feel free to reach out to me. I’d love to set up a 15 minute informational interview with you to learn more about how I can serve you in my 60 minute talk and workshop. What are you most looking to understand and know about polyamory / consensual non-monogamy to serve your clients, patients, and community?
The NSEC hashtags are: #SexEdConference, #NSEC17, and #SexEdAccepted
See you on the flip side, lovely community! Keep being brave, compassionately vulnerable, and uniquely and authentically you!
Wishing you peace, love and happiness,
(and thrilling, fun sex too!)