FAQ: How to introduce new partners

  Hi Minx, My boyfriend and I have been together for two years and poly for one. We're talking about marriage and kids and are deeply invested in our relationship. My boyfriend has asked for a "don't ask don't tell" policy where...

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My swinging origin story

This article is generously sponsored by Swingtowns.com Before I was introduced to Kevin Patterson’s fine work over at Poly Role Models, I used the term “poly coming-out story” as a shorthand for what he more eloquently calls “poly origin story.”...

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My poly story

On the podcast, I've told bits and pieces of my poly story and answered the questions "how did you know you were poly" and "when did you come out." For those who have an interest, here is my story of...

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Review of Captain Sir Richard Francis Burton by Edward Rice

It ain't all about the polyamory, a review of Captain Sir Richard Francis Burton by Edward Rice But what about the poly? For those of you wondering why this review is appearing on Poly Weekly, Sir Richard Francis Burton was a believer in non-monogamy....

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Do you have to love yourself before others will love you?

You’ve heard the saying. “Before anyone else will love you, you have to love yourself first,” or some derivation of it. It’s common wisdom, spread around all over. As anyone who knows me understands I am very suspicious of...

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Words to Live By: Biology Always Comes First

I’ll take well-known ones and modify them to fit me. For example, “If you want something done right do it yourself, OR get out of the way and let someone else do it for themselves.” Or: “Moderation in all...

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Why I’m Blogging Now: LustyGuy’s Laziness and Lust

Hello, everyone! And welcome to my little corner of Poly Weekly. For those of you who have been listening over the past five or so years, you’ve heard me share the mic with Minx on a semi-regular basis. Now, driven by...

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