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Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Some Good Polyamory Resources

Christina at everybodysgood.com had a great blog posting on resources for polyamorous and other nonmonogamous relationships.


Check out the list we have compiled of different resources for folks in open/polyamorous/nonmonogamous relationships. You’ll find information celebrating folks' experiences, giving tips for safer sex in open relationships, as well as tips for creating healthy and sustainable polyamorous relationships while maintaining your own well-being. These blogs are only a snapshot of some of the excellent writing out there on the subject. 



Featured:
LOOKINGTHROUGH.US
Practical Nonmonogamy Tips II by the Freaksexual Blog
The Ethical Slut by Dossie Easton and Catherine A. Liszt
“What do you mean you’re not monogamous?” via bklyn boihood and Autostraddle
“The Gay Male Couple’s Guide to Nonmonogamy”
Polyamorous Relationships in New York City



There are many great resources for polyamorous people and people interested in polyamory. Letting everyone else see that polyamory is present, practical, and positive will speed progress towards equality.
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