Mel Moseley

Podcast Interview: Mel Moseley, Creator of the Theatrical Show: “Sexology: The Musical”, Teacher, Storyteller

Cheers Sexy People! Hello there, rock stars! I am delighted to share my latest podcast interview with the amazing, the hilarious, the outrageously interesting Mel Moseley. Mel originally reached out to me via email to express interest in my work and coming on the podcast. I actually drown in email as time goes on (if anyone wants to…

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Podcast Interview: Beyond The Love Polyamory Conference Producers: Karen, Dawn and Dan! Yay!

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…

Poly Interview: Ethical non-monogamy from a female musician in a triad

This is twelfth 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 twelfth interview is with a female musician in her mid-30s…

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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…