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Thursday, March 27, 2008

Huffington Post

Good news! I'm going to now be blogging regularly at Huffington Post. So, I hope you will come check out my work there as I will be taking a hiatus from while I do. For those of you who have sent questions via email, my blog, my website, or, be sure to check in as I will be answering those questions as I blog. Here's my first official post as a Huff Po blogger - Open Relationships: What the World Already Has.


Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Survey on Polyamory

Anthropologist/Sexologist Dr. Leanna Wolfe of Los Angeles Valley College is conducting a multiple partners survey. Just taking it was interesting, as I had difficulty answering some of the questions. In other words, even a pro has a tough time accounting for all of the permutations and language that go along with open relationships and polyamory. If you take the survey I'd love to hear what you think. 

Tuesday, March 4, 2008


I almost forgot. Be sure to mark your calendars for Polyday. Sounds like an event not to be missed!
I just wanted to take a minute to say thank you to some folks because I don't think most people do that often enough. I know I don't. 

I want to thank everyone who has been commenting on my article at Tango magazine and linking to the article at their own sites. This morning I want to specifically thank and for linking to my piece.

I also want to send out an extra special thank you to the travel writers with whom I am on a press trip as we "speak." Never before have so many people spent so much time talking and listening and asking questions and giving advice for no reason other than to help a fellow writer. Be sure to check out their fab travel sites. 

Monday, March 3, 2008

the f word

I love this response on "the f word. contemporary UK feminism"  site to Regina Lynn's article on about polyamory. First, because it is a practicing monogamist supporting the choice.We (read, women) really do need to all stick together regardless of how many partners we choose. But, second, because it recognizes that geeks are the movers and shakers. Remember that dork no one would go to prom with? He's now a zillionaire. Thank you Silicon Valley. The response also points out how anti-feminist monogamy can be, being as it is grounded in patriarchy. Feminism is about choice and, when it comes to relationships, polyamory should certainly be one of them.