Intro, under-18 warning and re-direction to www.scarleteen.com.
Polyday is October 14, 2006, in London, England. For details, visit polyday.org.uk.
305 Listener Mail
Mike asks for advice on the mono to poly transition; minx suggests reading The Ethical slut and joining local groups; 7:10 Lisa from Halifax comments that she’s frubbling over her lover’s lover bringing out new sides of him and how his lover is already pitching in to help her out; 10:30 a Vermont listener calls in about being new to poly; 12:00 Sean comments on homosexuality being genetic; 13:00
15:00 Topic: Talking with metamours; are all feelings valid?
From this entry,
21:05 Poly in Media
Check out this commentary on the Beyond Marriage manifesto—maybe we shouldn’t go away quietly, 23:00 Stanley Kurtz is at it again; This The Tidings article comments on his article that marriage is about “sustaining the conditions in which freedom can thrive” –but apparentely, that means ONLY freedom for monogamous, heterosexual couples; 24:30 this article from the Salt Lake Tribune about polygamists children holding a rally shows an interesting precent for alternative family groups–let the children speak for themselves
27:45 Interview: Raven Kaldera
Author of Pagan Polyamory: Becoming a Tribe of Hearts reads his favorite bit from the book
Thanks for your votes at the Podcast Awards; 46:15 if you want it to be about the sex, write in and tell me!
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