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…

First Step In A Poly Life, Feeling Brave and Glorious LOVE

Cheers Sexy People! I have been thinking quite a bit lately about courage, finding our true selves, being authentic, facing challenges, and it is all very relevant to me in the decision / inclination to be polyamorous or not. Deciding to live an ethically non-monogamous life on purpose and out loud takes a load of…