Polyamory, Discrimination and The Aftermath of “Coming Out”

Cheers Sexy People! I have two questions for you to ponder, and as always, I welcome your thoughts on both: 1) If someone takes the time to confide in you that they are living a non-traditional, alternative lifestyle (such as bi, gay, polyamorous, etc), do you focus on the fact that they trusted you enough…

Non-Primary Partners: How To Treat Us Well (and Fun with Greeting Cards)

Cheers Sexy People! Three years ago today, my beloved husband dropped me off for a date with another man… Then he picked me up at the end of the date… …Yeah, that’s right. Does that sound weird to you? It almost did to us too, but we decided to give this polyamory stuff a try……

“Coming Out” As Polyamorous: Part Deux

Cheers Sexy People! I am writing this blog post as a follow up to an earlier one, to continue my story on “coming out” to our family and friends about being polyamorous. The last post, I spoke about what lead up to the decision to “come out” including the reasons that we finally decided to…

“Coming Out” as Polyamorous: My Story

Cheers Sexy People! A fellow blogger recently posted about the decision to “come out” as polyamorous to friends and family. There were many questions, and a lively discussion broke out around the topic. I knew at some point I would write about this, so why not now? The decision to come out or not is…

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Couples In Transition: Monogamy and Non-monogamy

Cheers Sexy People! So… Monogamous or Non-monogamous? That is the question. I eventually answered that question (once I realized I had a safe ethical choice) as quite firmly: non-monogamous, as did my husband and we came to that decision together at the same time (OK, maybe I nudged first after reading Ethical Slut and feeling…

Walking Out Of The Darkness

Cheers Sexy People! This past Saturday nite, I went to the Out Of The Darkness Walk (sponsored by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention) in support of several of my friends who were walking in memory of those that they had lost through suicide. I was deeply moved by the experience. There were over 2,000…