This week Poly Weekly #194: How to Have a Happy Relationship, Part 2.

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0:00 Introduction and host chat
Intro, under-18 warning and re-direction to; 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

Clarisse Thorn‘s Sex Positive film series is still going strong; upcoming events:

  • Tuesday March 3, 7.30 PM: Cheap Sex workshop at Early to Bed — $15, or $10 for students and low-income
  • Tuesday March 10, 7 PM: “BDSM: It’s Not What You Think!” and other short S&M documentaries at Sex+++

4:05 Further relationship musings with Tacit
Minx asks how to learn from the ending of a relationship; Minx and Tacit talk about honesty in your relationship;
(minx is way hot with the glasses…-fs)
Minx talks about how we present ourselves; Minx asks Tacit for further observations since he wrote his article; Tacit brings up how some people have legitimate reasons for not fully coming out with everything about themselves. Tacit talks about how important it is to be honest with the person you are forming stronger relationships with. If you are dating somebody, you should tell them you are poly. Minx and Tacit talk about methods of broaching being poly with potential dates.

20:30 Happy Poly Moment of the Week
Goose wrote in with a happy valentine moment.

22:00 Listener Feedback
Amul wrote in and ranted about his friends who do not understand polyamory.

A caller talks about episode 164 and how relationships are measured as succesful.

Lorin wrote in about episode 191, feast of love. He tells a story about his break up.

Galahad also wrote in about episode 191.

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Our intro and outro music is courtesy of Pacemaker Jane, “Good Suspicions”


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