The new Polyamory Weekly #54 is up! Direct download is here.

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

2:15 Resources & Links
Check out this mainstream article about being a boobiesexual! And this link is an easier way to see the Montel Williams video from a while back.

4:00 Listener mail
Assisi wrote in about “Polygamy: the Rape of Rachel Strong” and to warn about fallout in the poly community; minx comments on the choice whether to engage someone who might have negative views of polygamy/polyamory as a result of Big Love7:20 R comments on the variety of tokens she and her SO’s share; 10:10 B continues the conversation about Difficult Conversations and the issue of blame vs. contribution; minx says that this book should be required reading for every poly person!! 13:10 Tom calls in to the comment line about being poly for pleasure

15:45 Topic: How and when to come out to a “normal” potential partner?
minx has been flirted with by a normal person she met through work–how and when is the appropriate time to come out as poly and/or into BDSM? First date too soon? Third date too late? Don’t date vanillas at all? How much honesty is too much honesty? What do you think?

20:45 Poly in the Media
In more positive sexual news, a Minnesota church has voted to stop performing civil marriages for heterosexuals because civil marriage isn’t offered to same-gender couples. Yay for religious institutions seeing the unfairness of the marriage laws! 23:55 In this article, the author muses on whether gays should adopt polyamory as a relationship model instead of going the way of monogamy and “live their life in the illustion that the only working model of couple is the one inculcated to us by a heteronormative society.”

27:00 Wrap-up
Questions? Comments? Feedback? Email me at or call the listener comment line at 206-202-POLY. And hey, why not attach an audio comment to that email? 🙂 Thanks for listening!

If you like the intro/outro music, check out Pacemaker Jane, a cool band out of Ohio.


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