This week’s Poly Weekly #220: Gaia and a Poly Planet.
0:00 Introduction and host chat
Intro, under-18 warning and re-direction to www.scarleteen.com; friend me on Twitter and answer questions about what you want on the show, call 206-202-POLY with comments or discuss your own topics at the forums at http://forum.polyweekly.com.
- ADutch magazine YES is running an article on Polyamory in their January 20-27 edition. Twitter @ageethveenemans if you’re 20-27 and available for an interview.
- Consenting adult action collecting stories
- Serena Anderlini-d’Onofrio will be presenting Gaia and the New Politics of Love: Notes for a Poly Planet at Seattle’s Sharma Center Nov 21 and 22. Email RSVP@sharmacenter.org to RSVP. Facebook page here.
Interview: Serena Anderlini d’Onofrio
5:20 Interviwer asks “what do yo means by poly planet”
Serena talks about sharing and how sharing is beneficial to us as a planet and to our ecology and how that relates to poly.
7:50 Interviewer asks “What is Gaia?
Serena talks about her belief how this is a scientific and a vernacular concept. By scientific, she is refering to the belief that the ecosystem is one organism that is symbiotic and made up of many different ecosystems.
13:30 And now..and intermissions….
13:45 How can polyamory save the planet
Serena talks about what this really means, and how we are more talking about saving ourselves.
14:16 Interviewer asks Serena about her book
Serena talks about her book and the experience in writing it. Serena talks about her book publisher, their philosophy and how her book fits into that philosophy.
17:50 Happy Poly Moment
From the Pornocracy blog
Poly Weekly 217: Do the math
Galahad corrects my math and explains the geek joke
RavenHarte and Tammy suggest “anoozely” and “touch whore” for “needing a cuddle”
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Our intro and outro music is courtesy of Pacemaker Jane, “Good Suspicions”