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0:00 Introduction and host chat
Intro, under-18 warning and re-direction to www.scarleteen.com; I’ll be at The Leather Leadership Conference in Minneapolis at the end of April, so email me if you want to get together!
1:10 Thanks to contributors Steve, Nut and Alex
1:45 Sponsor: Kinky Ropes is having a $4.20 off all hemp on APRIL 20TH ONLY!
2:45 Sponsor: Heartland Polyamory Conference in French Lick, IN, is just $60 per adult including meals!
4:30 Listener Mail
Sara from Michigan calls in with a name suggestion for Kerouack; CobaltBlue comments on Michelle Belanger’s interview from PW #93 and on furries from PW #99 (he blames the internet); Savanni comments on the network vs. family model of poly; minx comments on the value of getting to know your metamours–what’s the argument against that?; 10:10 minx shares stories of spending the last weekend with a poly tribe of Ldyalia, Morgaanth, Morgaanth and Malboshia in Saint Louis
12:40 Feedback: Steve Eley’s audio story
Rob comments that he was energized after; Sc00ter comments that while he doesn’t usually like added content, but this was great; Alex agreed it was moving; Amy commented it was the “best episode ever” because of the vulnerable aspect
16:20 Listener mail
Inferno wrote in to suggest alternative Italian terms inamorato and inamorata–a man/woman with whom one is in love and has an intimate relationship
18:15 Topic: Being Poly and Single, Redux
BlackFlame’s question about being single and poly garnered quite a response! Amy Gahran mused about it on her personal blog; James asks once you end a poly relationship, why do people think you’re suddenly fair monogamous game? (plus, he talks about making out with another guy, which is just hot!); and where do you meet poly people, anyway? minx recommends becoming active in the community and building a network rather that focusing on dating; Rich thanks BlackFlame for bringing up this topic–he thought he was all alone in this!
30:05 My Poly Family
Earthwalker contributes this segment on poly parenting. He advocates having guidelines, goals and stated values for united and consistent rules as well as stating why you want to be a parent.
36:45 Poly in the Media
Interview with Dossie Easton in Psychology Today
Questions? Comments? Feedback? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the listener comment line at 206-202-POLY. And hey, why not attach an audio comment to that email? Check out PolyWeekly at polyweekly.libsyn.com. Thanks for listening!
If you like the intro music, check out Pacemaker Jane, a cool band out of Ohio.