Can you maintain a relationship while changing the cohabitation situation?
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2:00 News and host chat
- LustyGuy cohosts
- Psychology Today reporting on a University of Michigan study that showed that people perceive nonmonogamists to have more negative traits, including paying taxes late and flossing, as well as being more sexually risky. A previous study showed that consensual nonmonogamists practice less risky sexual behavior and are more likely to get tested and use condoms.
- A new site for HSV and HPV positives, Love H Style
- The Drama Reduction Act
12:00 Moving Out Without Moving On
Vicky writes in to ask how to maintain a relationship when the living situation isn’t working out. Can primaries move out and still keep up a healthy relationship?
20:00 Listener Feedback
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Elisabeth Sheff, GSU Dept of Sociology
Latest research on poly families with groundbreaking sociologist Elisabeth Sheff
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Introduction and host chat
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- Back from MomentumCon in D.C. Great to meet…
- Seeking pregnant poly women for cable documentary: IPA2Casting@sirensmedia.com – Call Poly Media Association before you go!
- Casting company seeking “those who feel comfortable sharing personal and sexual details of their relationship lives—including their fears, secrets, unmet needs, and the ways in which they connect & disconnect in relationships.” Send name, age, occupation, brief bio, relationship goals, contact information to email@example.com (and call the Poly Media Association first!)
Interview: Elisabeth Sheff, sociologist
Elisabeth Sheff talks about her groundbreaking research at Atlanta Poly Weekend with sociology of poly families. And she needs help! If you have children in a poly environment to be interviewed for her study, please contact her via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or her site or call her at 404-413-6522.
You can also help with an internet survey supported by CARAS—link to come.
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