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More Than Two

I just finished the new Veaux and Rickert book on polyamory, More Than Two. I’m much too busy and distracted to do a full review at the moment, but i *am* comfortable in saying it’s the best and most thorough … Continue reading

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Reprogramming Love

Relating to a securely attached partner reprograms insecurely attached people’s mislearned oxytocin/love responses.

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Probably the Best Relationship Article Ever

This article on Mindful Elephant about Soul Essence Relationships is probably the single best article on romance I’ve ever read in 20+ years of making it a core area of study. There are four major areas where more understanding can … Continue reading

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Men and Touch

I was really impressed by the on-ness of this article regarding how difficult it is for men in modern culture to get a healthy amount of non-sexual touch. It’s a very timely entry with all the recent discussion of rape … Continue reading

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The A.M.O.G A.F.O.G — The Overlap of Polyamory and Pickup Culture

After getting over the surprise of hearing The Art of Charm, a podcast on how to pick up women, recommended on the C-Realm, a podcast largely about alternatives to Neo-Liberal Capitalism, I decided to check it out. KMO, host of … Continue reading

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How the Assumption of Monogamy Distorts Reality

This article from Jezebel, ostensibly about modern men “needing to change” in order for 20-something women to take them seriously, is a prime example of how the assumption that monogamous relationships are the only serious ones distorts our view of … Continue reading

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The Poly Secondary Bill of Rights

In my romantic relationships over the past five years or so, I’ve functioned mainly as a career secondary partner.  I’m one of those poly people who is down on structure and labels, but that label best fits how I conduct … Continue reading

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