Poly Weekly is a podcast devoted to tales from the front of responsible non-monogamy from an inclusive, kink-friendly point of view. Every week, Minx, her cohosts and her guests discuss issues relating to communication, gender, race, sex, kink, manners, dating, family and time management, with perspectives from all around the globe.

About Cunning Minx

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Cunning Minx is a poly and kinky sex-positive educator and activist who has been the producer and host of the Polyamory Weekly podcast since 2005, now with over 500 episodes in production. A kinky boobiesexual, Minx founded the show as a resource for the poly and poly-curious to form a community, share experiences and help guide each other on their journeys of poly exploration. And hopefully, also to guide each other away from common relationship land mines–or at least share sympathy when they step on one!

Poly Weekly welcomes listeners of all gender identities, races, sexual and relationship orientations, religions, sizes and physical abilities. The podcast has received accolades from the likes of ErosZine, Fleshbot and the Chicago Sun-Times, and Minx has appeared on Dan Savage’s The Savage Lovecast. She and Lusty Guy have spoken on topics relating to poly relationships, kink play and community building at conferences nationwide, including Poly Living, Dragon*Con (science fiction), CatalystCon, Leather Leadership Conference and Kinkfest, to name but a few. She and Lusty Guy are available to speak on topics related to poly relationships, communication, dating, kink play and more.

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About Lusty Guy

Lusty Guy, the controversial co-host, has never been monogamous, having lost his virginity in a triad during his teen years. He and his wife L have been non-monogamous for the past 30 years, and his outspoken ideas on relationship honesty and personal integrity have made him Poly Weekly’s most popular co-host. Coining phrases such as “experience shock” (to refer to unexpected poly freakouts) and repurposing “marking one’s territory” (physical reconnection with a partner after a date with a lover), LustyGuy brings the married male perspective to listeners worldwide.

A former pornographer and cashier/janitor at the Seattle LustyLady, Lusty Guy is currently an actor, director, business consultant and producer.

About Koe Creation

Koe Creation, Poly Weekly’s Youth and Poly correspondent, is a sex positive community networker, relationship advocate and performance artist. They are passionate about using humor and playfulness as teaching tools, encouraging both youth and adults to question what they know about communication to find the best answers for them. Then they come up with a plan for implementing those answers into their lives, moving forward with more grace, understanding and, my favorite, confidence. And they had one of the most positively unique childhoods you’ve ever heard of, guaranteed!