Buddha lolcatHow tantric practitioners negotiated non-monogamy

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3:30 Topic: Negotiating poly with tantra

South African correspondent Erich Viege recorded an interview with Shima and Andrew about teaching tantra while trying to negotiate non-monogamy.

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  1. Tantra is a collection of ancient religious practices, the majority of which have nothing to do with sex. Referring to Tantric Sex (aka Neotantra) as Tantra is a common and forgivable mistake by lay people. That many self-described practitioners also refer to it incorrectly, however, is problematic; even if well-meaning, it’s tone-deaf Orientalism.


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