The new Polyamory Weekly #46 is up! Direct download is here.

0:00-1:55 Introduction
Intro, under-18 warning and re-direction to

1:55-3:00 Listener mail
A listener writes in about Laurell K. Hamilton‘s Anita Blake being poly

minx blushes and thanks her far-too-generous listeners for their support during the hard drive crash: Ken, Alan, Glen, Mark, Jason, Woodrant, ChiefTed and QueenDelirium. And a HUGE thanks to a special listener who has loaned PW a PowerBook and is attemping data recovery on the old hard drive!

5:45-12:05 Listener mail: jealousy in a V

Bill asks about dealing with the pain of jealousy in a V-type BDSM relationship.

12:05-16:00 Male Bisexuality Doesn’t Exist!
Thanks to Assisi for sending in this tongue-in-cheek article, Curioser and Curioser, from Mark Simpson’s blog. Why is it that a man sleeping with a woman is proof positive that he’s not gay?

16:00-16:40 Resource: Poly jewelry
You can find poly jewelry at, but how gorgeous is this ring at

16:40-25:30 Poly in the Media

This NPR program on inimacy from KQED, a San Francisco station, was all about monogamy, fidelity and fruit flies. Dr. David P. Barash, zoologist and professor of psychology at the University of Washington-Seattle and co-author of “The Myth of Monogamy,” has some fascinating comments on overcoming our drive towards non-monogamy. 21:00 The latest extremist sounding of the slippery slope alarm courtesy the Washington Times 22:30 The Economic Case for Polygamy in Chechnya (and relating it to American prisons, BTW), from a not-so-woman-friendly POV

Like the music? It’s “Lullaby” by Jeremy Kushnier.

Announcement: Interview on Eros-zine comes out March 7!

25:30-end Wrap-up
Thanks again to generous listeners for hard drive donations!
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If you like the intro/outro music, check out Pacemaker Jane, a cool band out of Ohio.


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