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Podcast Interview: Sagan Morrow, Romantic Comedy Novelist and Podcast Host

Cheers Sexy People! Hello, Loving Without Boundaries (LWB) community! My heart goes out to you during these challenging times. I hope you are doing your best to keep safe. Sharing inspirational stories of hope, inclusion, and healthy lifestyles are more important than ever. If you are looking for ways to connect with loved ones you…

Podcast Interview: Rick Clemons Interview – Coming Out Coach

Cheers Sexy People! The latest podcast interview is here! And it’s an awesome one! I had the pleasure of meeting Rick Clemons at a conference I recently attended in Portland, OR. Rick’s speciality is as a Coming Out Coach for polyamorous, homosexual, bisexual, transgender, queer folk – you name it! We immediately struck up the most…

Poly Interview: Ethical non-monogamy from a married female blogger

This is eleventh 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 eleventh interview is with a female friend,…

It’s My Party and She’ll Cry If She Wants To (“Coming Out Story”)

Cheers Sexy People! Last week, I regaled you with stories of my worst coming out ever. Upon being “out”d” at a party that I was throwing for my husband, my newer friend felt very out of sorts and proceeded to get rather upset and fled the party! It was a bit of a clusterfuck. I…

Another “Coming Out” and Communication Rituals

Cheers, Sexy People, This upcoming weekend is my boyfriend’s birthday. And I am getting so very excited planning special, awesome, hopefully jaw-dropping activities to help celebrate another year that my other love is present on our spinning blue earth. Though I would love to tell you what I’m preparing, I don’t want any spoilers here…

Why NOT “Come Out”? and An Announcement!

Cheers Sexy People! Last week, I wrote a post where I mentioned that I went to my first gay wedding for a close friend of mine, yet I have not “come out” to him yet as polyamorous. I also expressed some sadness that polyamory is not more accepted in today’s society. Thus I feel that…