Poly Means Many

Inspired by the marvellous Lori Smith (aka lipsticklori), and some very interesting conversations with friends, here’s a little project coming up: Poly Means Many. Given that non-monogamy and polyamory – like any non-mainstream relationship styles – require people to think hard about and analyse their own decisions and choices, it’s no surprise that there are lots of different perspectives on this relationship structure. So look out for the first posts in this series next week…

Poly Means Many: There are many aspects of polyamory. Each month six bloggers – Amanda Jones, An Open Book, One Sub’s Mission, Polyamorous Parenting, Post Modern Sleaze, and Rarely Wears Lipstick – will write about their views on one of them.


					
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