Coming up on this week’s show: gay and poly in NYC; jealousy; poly-mono marriage; and MMF erotica.
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2:00- Listener Mail
- 2:00 Gay/Poly resources in NYC and nod to J
recommends the LGBT poly Yahoo! group, which has a lot of NYC events.
- 4:45 jealousyHow to deal with a partner’s jealousy when you haven’t experienced that emotional jealousy yourself? If you have advice, write in, please!
- 8:15 Woodrant on James Marsters and Penthouse Forum
- 10:20 Poly/mono marriage A Dutch listener writes in about people’s reactions to her coming out as poly and her own struggles (and success!) with remaining monogamous while her husband explores polyamory within their marriage.
- 15:05 Shoutout from Nova and Atticus Nova and Atticus of Fetish Flame sound in!
16:20-22:05 Resources: MMF erotica
Brent recommends the homo promo Yahoo! group, Forbidden Fruit magazine, Violet Blue’s Open Source Sex podcast #19; Loose-id.com; Changelingpress.com, and ExtasyBooks.com all have sections on MMF erotica for female readers.
E writes in with her own slash fic resources: “And When He Falls,” Crowley/Aziraphale from “Good Omens” by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman
A collection of quasi-satirical Star Wars Episode I fics
immensely silly Toad/Woverine
Qui-Gon/Obi-Wan from Episode I, with Qui-Gon as a rope top
22:05-23:40 Topic: Poly in the media
Canada considers banning its law against polygamy.
23:40-39:55 Special: MMF Erotica
This hot story is “Fulfillment,” by Silvia Violet, available online here.
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